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Recent Projects & Commissions

Here are some of my most recent projects and commissions. Each is linked to its premier performance recording. Also, 

I am now taking projects and commissions for 2022. If you'd like to collaborate, please feel free to reach out, here. I'd love to hear from you.

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February, 2022

On Paper: Duo for Flute/Clarinet

Commissioned by Dr. Corey Mackey & Dr. Shauna Kay Thompson, & Texas Christian University, & premiered in the West Lobby of the Grand Hyatt, at the 2022 Texas Music Educators Association Convention, in San Antonio, Texas.

November, 2021

University of Alabama (UAB)
GOspel Choir, 2021-22 Season

What a thrill to be able to work with the awesome musicians of UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham Gospel Choir, last November, led by their dynamic and fearless director, Maestro James Reginald Jackson!!! Writing for this group was literally the highlight of Fall 2021, for me.

To be able to do it AGAIN this spring, in a greater capacity, is such an honor, and a privilege.

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August, 2021

"Joe Hill / Nobody Knows"

Written & commissioned for the Tampa Bay Juneteenth Coalition. Created an arrangement and mash up of two powerful songs “Nobody knows the trouble I’ve seen” (Spiritual) and "Joe Hill", a Poem by Alfred Hayes, later set to music by Earl Robinson, for piano, trumpet, bass singer, and cello. Performed by DeMontra Cole (Bass Singer), Robert Smith (Trumpet), Jayamal Douglas (Cello), & the arranger (Piano). With Juneteenth recently becoming a national holiday, we were so grateful and humbled to have the opportunity to create and perform this arrangement.

July, 2021

"Even I" (Isaiah 43:11)

Written & Commissioned for the 2021 Truth Ministries (TM) Camp. Camp Theme: Unmistakably God. Such a wonderful opportunity to engage with youth in in a positive & meaningful way!

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May, 2021

"How Great Thou Art"Virtual Choir ProjectWendell P. Whalum Community Chorus

Spearheaded an initiative, in conjunction with the Wendell P. Whalum Community Chorus (Dr. David Morrow, Director), to conduct a virtual recording session and premier of Omar Dickenson's "How Great Thou Art". Singers reportedly enjoyed the experience, with many eager for a repeat performance!