Hello and welcome!

Currently, I have several upcoming performances and would love to see you in the audience and have the opportunity share favorite music as well as treasured colleagues with you. Please check out the Performances page. And please do say hello so I can thank you for the generous gift of your time.

If you are unfamiliar with Cameo Baroque or Cameo Arts Foundation, Inc. please take a look at the Cameo Baroque page. We are a period instrument ensemble I have the great pleasure to be a member of-CAF, Inc. is the nonprofit organization that grew out of our interest in performing baroque music combined with a commitment to community enrichment.

Thank you to John Lunn for his help and advice with getting this site up and running. Without his gentle encouragement and good advice I would still be mulling it over.

And, lastly,  any exciting or interesting news, I will be sure and post right here.

Thank you for visiting!

Please be sure and visit Frog Ponds & Flutes for my latest entry on life in Vermont, flutes, and the miscellaneous events that connect them.  “Sudden Clarity.”


*Sonatas Recording Project*
Sonatas for Flute and Piano by Gary Schocker


*Pianist Matthew Odell and I are very excited to be working with Centaur Records in recording the Sonatas for Flute and Piano by the acclaimed NYC composer, flutist and teacher Gary Schocker.

These wonderfully conceived and truly collaborative works are filled with wit, charm, beautiful lines, and virtuosic passages for both instruments. Gary Schocker, one of America’s most important and unique compositional voices, truly captures the best of both instruments and the colors they are capable of producing in these diverse and dialogue-filled chamber sonatas.

Stay posted for our release date! It will be very soon now!

This spring and summer I am thrilled and fortunate to have upcoming performances with many friends and colleagues filled with great music and at great locations.  Please check out my Performances page for dates, places and musical selections.

*Acacia Chamber Music, an unusual spin on the traditional piano trio with Meghan Davis, clarinet and Matthew Odell, piano, will be performing at Boston University and St. Gaudens National Historic Site Summer Concert Series.

We are also excited to be presenting at ArtisTree in Pomfret, VT, with textile artist and quilter, Sarah Stroud, Piece by Piece: Sound, Color and Shape featuring the music of women composers alongside a selection of Sarah’s gorgeous, abstract, quilts.

Please visit for more information, and to see some of Sarah’s work

We  are also delighted to be performing again at Plymouth State University on Sunday, September 15 at 4 p.m.   Please stay tuned for more information and repertoire!

‘The three of us are co-founding members of Acacia, always have a lot fun together, and delight in sharing the rich and mostly newly composed repertory for our combinations of duos and trios.  And we hope to pursue some commissioning for our combination in the future.