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Saxophone Legacy
The Banff Project
The Blue and Green Project
Band on Stage
Ridgelines
Artwork
THE RUNDLE SESSIONS

The Rundle Sessions is a project which was a part of my creative endeavors as the Fulbright Research Chair in the School of Creative and Performing Arts at the University of Calgary in 2017-18. This was a very fruitful period which included concerts of my original music in Calgary and Banff, collaborations with American and Canadian scholars and artists,and the creation of numerous compositions and multi-disciplinary arts projects.

 

All of the music for The Rundle Sessions was written at my studio at the University of Calgary or as part of my music residency at The Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity to feature a special group of musicians - Alberta Jazz Masters Chris Andrew and Codi Hutcherson, along with American artists Sara Caswell, Corey Christianson and Micheal W. Davis. This group was together in Calgary and Banff for a week in November for concerts and the recording session.

 
SAXOPHONE LEGACY

Here will be a lovely blurb about saxophones, and how much I love them. I find them quite delightful. They make such a lovely honk noise, but in the best possible way.

 
THE BANFF PROJECT

An experimental project with lots of experiments. Bill Nye would be proud.

Featuring my favorite honk maker, the saxophone.

 
BLUE & GREEN

Oh boy, are you in for a treat with this one!

I try to describe the colors blue and green through the amazing power of music! And delicious honks.

SWEDISH BAND PROJECT

I really like Sweden. Some super swell people there. If I could live anywhere in the world, it actually wouldn't be here, but I'd still visit!

 
 
RIDGELINES

Well, this is a fun trip down memory lane. Don't get lost now, we'll never see you again! *nervous laugh*

I think the was about the blue ridge mountains. Like, really sure. Why wouldn't I know that? I know that! Ok, you know what! No more questions.

Good day!

ARTWORK

I said Good Day!