Rustling Flights of Wings

Although the official release date isn’t until November, my new CD can now be purchased directly from Innova Recordings. Rustling Flights of Wings is an album of songs setting some of my favorite poets. Gorgeously sung by Nancy Allen Lundy, the album includes cycles of poems by the contemporary South African poet Charl Cilliers, Hart Crane and W.B. Yeats (accompanied by Stephen Gosling’s brilliant piano playing) and a set of songs by various poets passionately accompanied on violin by Ralph Farris.

Classical Discoveries

Thrilled to learn that radio host Marvin Rosen will be airing my string quartet At the Center of All Things on his Classical Discoveries program on Wednesday September 5, 2018.


I hope you will join me for this week’s exciting edition of Classical Discoveries on Wednesday, September 05, 2018, from 5:00 until 11:00am. The program, now in its 22nd year, is a unique radio show that is devoted to rarely heard contemporary works as well as selections of music written before 1750. Most of the compositions heard on this program feature music you rarely hear, if ever, on other radio stations. Here is a list of some of the work which will be presented:

Concerto No. 1 for Piano and Orchestra by Canadian composer, Violet Archer (1913-2000)
Awakening by Russian composer, Vyacheslav Artyomov (1940- )
Energy Diamond by English composer, Lawrence Ball (1951- )
Chronique symphonique by Austrian composer, Theodore Berger (1905-1992)
Glacier (Concerto for Electric Guitar and Orchestra) by American composer, Kenneth Fuchs (1956-)
The Unchanging Sea by American composer, Michael Gordon (1956- )
At the Center of All things by American composer, Stanley Grill
Violin Concerto by Belgian composer, Robert Groslot (1951- )
Motet No. 6, Benedicite maria et flumina, Op. 337, No. 4 by English composer, Robert Hackbridge David Hackbridge Johnson (1963- )
Violin Concerto By Filipino composer, Lucrecia Kasilag (1918-2008)
plus music by: James Aikman, Arthur M. Bachmann, Alan Hovhaness, Sayo Kosugi, Claudio Scannavini, Erkki-Sven Tüür, and other works.

On WPRB 103.3 FM Princeton NJ, or on the Internet at:

Leonia Chamber Musicians Society

I was thrilled to learn today that my duet for flute and cello, “A Little Sweet” (yes, a bad pun), will be performed by the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society at an upcoming concert on Sunday, February 4th. The piece will be performed by Theresa Norris, flute and Daryl Goldberg, cello. For those in northern NJ, hope you can attend. Details about the performance are on the “Upcoming Performances” page.