“I chose to play horn after my grandparents took me to a chamber orchestra concert when I was young, so it is a special privilege for me to get a chance to hopefully return some of that inspiration with the Cayuga Chamber Orchestra.”
From hundred-meter long tunnels, to parking garage rooftops, to sidewalks in London, Vienna, and New York, he can often be found serenading the cities with his horn. Fond of impromptu performance, and spreading the sonorous sound of the horn, his mission is to bring his horn playing to as many people as will pass him by in the street.
Occasionally taken in by ensembles, he has also been found performing with orchestras such as the San Francisco Symphony, London Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, The New World Symphony and The Orchestra Now. A graduate of Yale School of Music, he has appeared in an array of concert halls including the Berlin Philharmonie, The Concertgebouw, Carnegie Hall, The Lincoln Center, Symphony Hall in Chicago, Disney Concert Hall, and Davies Symphony Hall in San Francisco.