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

Thank you for visiting!

*On Sunday, September 9th at 4pm, Matthew Odell and I are looking forward to performing again as part of the Pentangle Arts Classical Music Series! We had a fantastic time there in 2016 and are thrilled to be playing this coming fall and sharing some of our favorite pieces from the flute and piano repertory.

We will be playing music by two beloved Old World composers, Felix Mendelssohn and Gabriel Faure, alongside three of our favorite New World composers, Gary Schocker, Martin Amlin and Benjamin C. S. Boyle.

The concert takes place at the North Universalist Chapel in Woodstock, Vermont, at 4pm.

Below is a link to more information. We hope to see you there and are really excited about the music on this program-which includes some “bucket list” pieces for us.

*On Saturday, September 8th, as a fellow member of Acacia, with Meghan Davis, clarinet and Matthew Odell, piano, will be playing at Plymouth State University, in the acoustically lovely Smith Recital Hall, Silver Center for the Arts.

This is a great opportunity to hear some wonderful, rarely heard repertory by composers Pierre Jalbert, Robert Sirota, Lowell Liebermann and Guillaume Connesson.

We always have so much fun rehearsing together and then sharing our unique instrumental combination with audiences. We hope you can join us!


*Last but not least, I am looking forward to being in the orchestra for the Southern Vermont Lyric Theatre’s summer opera production of Verdi’s “La Traviata” under the musical direction of Kenneth Olsson. This a terrific opportunity to hear great vocalists performing major operatic works in intimate settings.

Performances take place on Friday, August 24th and Sunday, August 26th in Grafton and Brattleboro.

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*Also, check out my new post, Time Travel, under Frog Ponds & Flutes!

*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.

Needless to say, we are thrilled and are looking forward to recording and performing these terrific works.

Stay posted for our release date!