Program Notes

Triton Shells explores the concept of chaining in multiple-order-function 12-tone rows, with a rhythmic setting that follows the intervallic content of the generating series’. That being said, it is a piece that could not have been written had I not fallen in love with Sunset Beach, a small paradise south of Treasure Island. A place to kick back and relax, listening to the waves slowly crash, where you can bathe year-round watching all sorts of birds fish. Triton was in Greek mythology the son of Poseidon, God of the Sea, who played a conch like a horn in order to influence the tides. I try to always bring a seashell back whenever I have the chance to revisit my favorite place here in Tampa.

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Boston String Quartet

Apr 18, 2017

The Boston String Quartet will perform my Passacaglia at the University of Florida on April 18th, 2017.

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Saxophone Duo by Steven Stusek and Laurent Estoppey

Feb 25, 2015

Steven Stusek and Laurent Estoppey give reading of Duo for Alto and Tenor Saxophones at the University of Florida.

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Out of Focus on SCI Showcase

Feb 7, 2015

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Out of Focus Reading

Oct 12, 2014

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Cellist Craig Hultgren

Oct 21, 2013

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Student Composers' Concert

Apr 24, 2013

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Upcoming Graduate Recital

Oct 26, 2012

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Student Composers' Concert

Oct 17, 2012

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Chacarera at USF's Concert Hall

Apr 15, 2012

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Byron Hitchcock Gives Première in Rio

Oct 16, 2011

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