As part of my FREE FLOW Trumpet and Brass and Alexander Technique teaching studio, I offer Clinics and Guest Artist Residencies around the world, nation and region for any combination of Trumpet, Brass, Performing and Alexander Technique. A Recital, Concerto with University Ensembles, Performing with the Local Symphony, Liturgical Musician for Churches are all options as time/facilities permit.
I am a Conn Selmer Artist/Clinician and have been honored to have been chosen as one of 5 representatives of the Bach Sound. With 60 days notice, they can help support my residencies.
‘Trumpet: Sing, Buzz Play’
‘Brass Playing Tooh – OH – Tooh’
‘Healthy Playing Habits’
‘Performance Anxiety to Performance Excitement: Embracing your Full Self with the Alexander Technique’.
Alexander Technique and private lessons:
Alexander Technique and Trumpet:
Modena Conservatory, Italy, 2016
National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain on Wymondham, UK near Norwich (2 hours NE of London) on August 5-6, 2015.
International Trumpet Guild Conference, Columbus, OH, 2015
Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais in Belo Horizonte, Brasil, 2015
Central Conservatory, Beijing, China 2014
Shanghai Conservatory, Beijing, China 2014
Alexander Technique and Brass:
International Women’s Brass Conference, Northern Kentucky University, 2015
Alexander Technique and other populations:
Moore Philharmonic members (ages 16 – 68), NC, 2015
Roads Scholars: Shenadoah Valley Bach Festival – 50 adults aged 65-85, 2015, Virginia
Arbor Acres: Elder Care Facility, Winston Salem, NC
Pro Arte, a community band (ages 6 – 86) in Tatui, Brasil (two hours west of Sao Paolo) daily 3 hour master classes for the Pro Arte Students, as well as many students of Marcelo Costa Trumpet Professor, Tatui Conservatory.
In 2014-2015, I presented a number of clinics with the UNCSA Faculty Brass Trio for various NC high school band programs.
2006 – 2014 UNCSA Faculty Brass Quintet presented concerts/clinics for NC state high schools.
1999 – 2006 Wichita Brass Quintet presented concerts/clinics in KS, MO.