St. Mary’s (National) Boychoir, under the direction of Brahmachari Keith (Keith William Rhodes). Performances at National Cathedral, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center. Tours of US and Canada. Recorded Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater at National Cathedral.
Solo Piano and Vocal performances in Southern Maryland. Performances and recordings with Zaak Holt, and Denny Craig,
Led the progressive rock band BrouHaHa featuring Ray Anthony, Mike Castellana, and Mark Ferguson. Tours of New England and Performances at the BPC, the Middle East, Ryles, The Rat, and other Boston venues.
Performances at Jordan Hall, MFA, JP Firehouse with Stephen Drury, John Zorn, and Cecil Taylor.
Performances throughout NYC and New England and with BrouHaHa featuring Chris Washburne, Mat Maneri, Randy Peterson. Performances at The Knitting Factory. Performances throughout NYC and the Northeast with The Blues Posse featuring Andy Plaisted and Steve Gluckin. Performances and Recordings with Kitty Brazelton and DaDaDa. Performances with The American Festival of Microtonal Music at Columbia University and throughout NYC. Recording with John Zorn’s Cobra. Performances in Harlem and New England with Black Tie. Performances throughout the Caribbean with the Duty Free Band. A US Tour with Ragamuffin Soldier.
National Tours with Real Rock recording artist Black Dog featuring guitarist Jon Ridnell.
Performances and Recordings as a Solo Bassist/Vocalist throughout the Northeast and the South including Snug Harbor, USF, and McNeese University. Performances and recordings with Earthwurm featuring Carla Buffa and Jorden Cohen including CBGBs and NXNE in Toronto. Performances and recordings with Incus featuring Jason Cohen.
Recordings with BROMS (Horsefly) and Performances throughout New England. Worked with producers Mudrock (Godsmack) and Todd Perlmutter (Blue Man Group).
Musician (Stick) with Blue Man Group Productions in Boston and NYC. Performances and Recordings with The Drop Band and Paul Mascott. Other performances with Anthony Coleman, Perry Robinson, Bern Nix, Mark Whitfield, Chuck Berry, Eddie Kirkland, Curtis Knight, Maxine Nightingale, Marc Ribot, Kilombo Mambo, Nash Satterfiled, and Randy Roos. Performances with members of Clud D’Elf, the Lunch Factor, Powerman5000, Martin Medesky and Wood, Morphine, The Fully Celebrated Orchestra, Jim Hobbs, Mike Rivard, ARK, Men in Black, The Boston Pops, and The Count Basie Big Band.
Performances and Recordings throughout New England and Montreal with The Order of the Artists, and spin-off Nagbansi, featuring DJ Fraction, Nandlal Nayak, Dani Dalinian, DeAnna Pellecchia, including Eastern Nazarene College, The Charles Playhouse, and Boston University,
Music Director, Choral Director, and Organist at The Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston. Performances and recordings with The Cathedral Scholars, Blessed, Cantorum, Sara Bielanski, Jamie Lynn Hart, Patrice Williamson, Aubrey Johnson, composers Carson Cooman, Karl Henning, and Kile Smith, Eleonora Bianchini, Julianne Gearhart, Johnny Reinhard’s Odysseus, The Boston Microtonal Society, The American Festival of Microtonal Music, Dave Eggar, The Crossing, and Molly Jo Rivelli among a host of others.
Performances with Delvyn Case and The Meltdown Incentive.
Toured as a Concert Organist throughout the Northeast including Princeton University, and Harvard University.
Performances with Timo Shanko, Luther Grey, Oscar Stagnaro and many others in the complete works of John Coltrane, and Thelonious Monk at various area venues.
Performances with Me and Her featuring Lorna Jane Norris, Raklam Bob Moses, Timo Shanko, Anthony Geraci, Jon Catler, Meredith Borden, The 13 O’Clock Blues Band, and Every When At Once with Loudon Stearns.
Performances in Harlem and Philadelphia with Dr. Greg Hopkins and Anthony Evans.
Weekly recordings for Wellesley Village Church. Performances with Lorna Jane Norris, David Carrier, Greg Barry, and Timo Shanko. Current Recording projects include a multi-album duo project of jazz and sacred music with Saxophonist Timo Shanko, and a duo album, Now and Never, with Rakalam Bob Moses.