I work with music in a way which mixes my classical training with pop/rock culture creating a vibrant and emotional music. My appeal is focused on a generation that is tired of listening to mainstream and is looking for a more sophisticated and fresh instrumental music. I have performed in a variety of venues from Coffee Houses to Carnegie Hall. In 2004, High Mountain Records released my solo album Days of the Year. In this CD, I tied a collection of powerful piano solos together by use of a repeated haunting theme much like in classical music\'s \'Pictures at an Exhibition.\' However, "Days of the Year\' is a collection of musical commentaries to personal emotional days in my year and life. There is a piece written when my mom died. There is a piece written which summed up a gutting, unsuccessful relationship; as well as a piece written for the hope in a new relationship. There is a piece written when I felt the power of nature in the first day of spring. And finally, there is even a piece written for the last day of the year when one reflects and tries to sum it all up! Although these are personal days for me, these are also \'days\' to which we all relate as part of living and the human experience." Spend some time with the music and listen to a few of the album selections. See how the story unfolds for you. I am now doing a video blog also, with wonderful positive topics that you might really enjoy! Scroll down to links on lower left.