The international wind quintet KHAOS will perform a highly interactive concert with an uplifting American program infused with international spices. This powerfully rising program includes Amy Beach’s Pastorale, which is acoustically depicting nature’s beauties, and Giulio Briccialdi’s Potpourri Fantastico from Rossini’s Barber of Seville, a lyrical and technical operatic medley in the Italian Belcanto style. In the exceptionally rhythmical music of American composers Valerie Coleman and Jeff Scott, as well as Canadian composer Bill Douglas, the audience will experience a variety of groovy tunes in the styles of jazz, funk, samba, and more! KHAOS was a finalist in the 2021 Artist Launch Competition at the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami.

Muncie Symphony Orchestra

November 13, 2021

Music by the great film composer John Williams. Films represented include Raiders of the Lost Arc, ET, and a second half filled with Star Wars!

KHAOS Wind Quintet Recital

KHAOS Wind Quintet premiere's music recorded over distance video and audio from 2021 live in concert. Concert features works written for KHAOS by Zach Gulaboff David and Patrick Thompson.

October 28th, 2021

University of Miami Society of Composers, Inc. Residency

A three-day residency of the KHAOS Wind Quintet with the UM Composers will compile in a final concert at Clark Recital Hall on University of Miami's campus.

October 27th, 2021

National Association for College and Wind Instructors National Conference 2021

October 22nd-24th, 2021

Preparation Guide to Oboe Opera Excerpts

I will give a presentation and demonstration of oboe opera excerpts from my doctoral essay. Excerpt demonstrations include background information, viewing of annotations which include input from professional opera oboists from across the country, and performance of various practice and performance strategies.

NACWPI National Conference 2021

KHAOS Wind Quintet
October 22nd-24th, 2021

KHAOS Wind Quintet performs:

Dream, Dance, and Sing!

Movements from Bill Douglas' Suite Cantabile, Amy Beach's Pastorale, and Giulio Briccialdi's Potpourri Fantastico from Rossini's Barber of Seville