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Paul Bowman - Classical Guitarist

paulbowman.guitarist@gmail.com
www.paul-classicalguitarist.com


Education


• June 2010; D.M.A. (A.B.D.) in Contemporary Performance
University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California
Advisors: Harvey Sollberger; Aleck Karis, John Fonville

• May 1987; M.M. in Classical Guitar Performance
Manhattan School of Music, New York, New York

• May 1983; B.M. in Classical Guitar Performance
Manhattan School of Music, New York, New York

• September 1978-December 1979; Jazz Guitar Major
Berklee College of Music, Boston, Massachusetts

Teachers/Masterclasses_________________________________________

• Manuel Baruecco; Sharon Isbin; Carlos Barbosa–Lima; Rosalyn Tureck; Paul O’Dette; Harvey Sollberger; Lance Gunderson; Benjamin Verdery; John Duarte; John Fonville; Mark Dresser; Aleck Karis; Roger Reynolds.

University Teaching Experience
Adjunct Professor
Fall Semester 2010; Department of Fine Arts, Gardner-Webb University, Boiling Springs, North Carolina, GOAL Program

• Music Survey Course. Innovative linking of European music history with modern culture. Proven ability to teach non-music major adults in a racially diverse population.

• Developed syllabus with extensive compilation of listening examples beyond the course textbook C.D. as well as offering pertinent and anecdotal references from classical to popular music. Performed historically relevant music examples on classical and electric guitars.


Adjunct Professor
February to May 2007; Mira Costa College, Oceanside, California

• Taught a Pre-College High School course for beginning guitar students, culminating in a guitar ensemble concert. Canyon Crest High School, San Diego, California.

Professor
1993-1995; American Conservatory of Music, Chicago, Illinois

• Created a Studio of undergraduate classical guitar majors.

• Led guitar ensembles and chamber music concerts.

• Organized a history of classical guitar curriculum and syllabus, including teaching methods from Sor, Aguado, Tarrega, Shearer, Ghiglia, Parkening and Segovia.

• Recruited students from around the country with advertising in guitar journals (Soundboard) as well as mass mailings to Music Schools affiliated with the Association for the Community Schools of the Arts.

Guitar and Music Teaching Assistant
2006-2010: Department of Music, University of California San Diego

• Spring Quarter 2010; MUS 4 - History of Western Music. Organized a syllabus, and enlightened culturally diverse undergraduate non-music majors to the history of Western Music. Exhibited and performed historically relevant music on the renaissance lute, classical and electric guitars.

• Fall Quarter in 2008 and 2009, and Winter Quarter in 2009 and 2010; MUS 1 - Music Fundamentals, Ear Training and Sight Singing. Developed syllabus for culturally diverse undergraduate non-music majors, culminating in an end of the Quarter concert. Students formed mixed ensembles of instruments and voice, and performed basics of rhythmic, melodic and harmonic material learned from the syllabus. I routinely led the classroom in methodical practicing of sight singing and rhythm training.

• Spring Quarter 2009; Music History - The Beatles. Clearly defined and organized syllabus for culturally diverse undergraduate non-music majors. Explored the fascinating world of the “Fab Four" with many music, video, and live performances in class.

• Spring Quarter 2008; Advanced Undergraduate Ensemble - (Professor Mark Dresser). Demonstrated as conductor and coach in leading ensembles of undergraduate music majors of varied instrumentation in the realization, rehearsal and performance of Plus/Minus by Karlheinz Stockhausen.

• Winter Quarter 2008; Music History - History of Jazz since World War II (Assistant Professor David Borgo). Mentored students on jazz history’s most influential proponents.

• Fall 2006 to Spring Quarter 2008; MUS 32 - Applied Guitar Studio. Taught and conducted undergraduate guitar majors in performances of solo and guitar ensembles in regularly scheduled concerts.

Studio and Preparatory Teaching Experience
Classical Guitar Instructor
January 2013 to Present; Harmony Rising Online Music School, Washington, D.C.

http://www.harmonyrising.org/#!paul-bowman---guitar/cl04

• Innovative new virtual-music school

• Weekly lessons in Classical Guitar

• Teaching via Skype technology

• Worldwide student body


2012-2013; Ludmila European Arts Academy, Cornelius, North Carolina

• Taught weekly-individualized lessons to classical/ rock guitar students.

• Developed personalized repertoire to meet students’ goals.

• Organized annual student recitals.


2010-2011; Piedmont School of Music and Dance, Charlotte, North Carolina

• Auditioned guitar students.

• Taught weekly individual lessons tailored to the needs of the student.

• Organized twice-yearly student guitar recitals.

2003-2006; Städtische Muskschule, Giessen, Germany

• Maintained an active 20 hours per week guitar studio, and directed the guitar ensemble.

• Organized individual and group classical guitar lessons, taught completely in the German language, using the most innovative German/Dutch teaching methods from Dieder Kreidler, Cees Hartog, Hubert Käppel, Heinz Teuchert, Hans Joachim Teschner and Joap Wanders.

2003-2006; Förderer Musikschule, Marburg, Germany

1999-2006; Musikschule “Musiccamp", Giessen, Germany

• Expertly led an active studio in jazz, popular, rock and classical guitar styles.

• Coordinated (with the school director) on a syllabus as an application for a professionally accredited music school in Germany.

1992-1995; Sherwood Conservatory of Music, Chicago, Illinois

• Taught weekly individual and ensemble lessons.

• Successfully taught a highly cultural and demographically diverse student body.

• Carried out an active inner-city outreach program of teaching guitar in the public schools.

• Leading student outreach performances to hospitals, nursing homes, prisons and public schools in the city of Chicago.

Masterclasses_________________________________________________

Classical Guitar

• April 2014; University of Alabama. Undergraduate guitar students of Professor Michael Johnson. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

• April 2014; The University of Southern Mississippi Guitar Fest. Undergraduate and graduate guitar students of Professor Dr. Nicholas Ciraldo. Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

• April 2010; Birmingham Southern College, “Jennifer and Thomas Waters Master Class Series". Solved technical and interpretive problems for Guitar Majors. Birmingham, Alabama (video available on request).

• May 2003; Eastern Mediterranean University Guitar Festival and International Competition, Dr. Matt Gould, Director. Taught an international student body. Gazimağus, Northern Cyprus.

Composer’s Workshops on Composing for Guitar

• February 2014; Frost School of Music, University of Miami. “Modern Classical Guitar Techniques" for undergraduate and graduate composition students. Coral Gables, Florida.

• February 2014; Winthrop University. “Modern Classical Guitar Techniques" for undergraduate and graduate composition students. Rock Hill, South Carolina.

• March 2005; University of Alabama–Birmingham Composer Workshop. Performance/Lecture for undergraduate composition students. Birmingham, Alabama.

• May 2003; University of Illinois. Performance/Lecture for undergraduate and graduate composition students. Urbana, Illinois.

• May 2003; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Performance/Lecture for undergraduate and graduate composition students. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

• November 1995; University of Alabama. Performance/Lecture for undergraduate composition students. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.



Formal Concert Performances___________________________________

• June 2014; Charlotte New Music Festival, Central Piedmont Community College. Solo recital with works by Derek Holden, Gregory Robin, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols. Charlotte, North Carolina.

• April 2014; Guitar Fest, University of Southern Mississippi. Solo recital Solo recital with works by Derek Holden, Gregory Robin, Mark Delpriora, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols and J.S. Bach. Hattiesburg, Mississippi.

• April 2014; Guest Artist Series, University of Alabama. Solo recital with works by Derek Holden (world premiere), Gregory Robin (world premiere), Mark Delpriora, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols and J.S. Bach. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

• March 2014; Hunt Library Auditorium, North Carolina State University. Solo recital with works by Charles N. Mason, Dorothy Hindman, Mark Delpriora, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols and J.S. Bach. Raleigh, North Carolina.

• February 2014; California State University Bakersfield Guitar Series. Solo recital with works by Barrios, Tarréga, J.S. Bach, Ponce, Janacek and Brahms. Bakersfield, California.

• February 2014; Mesa College Recital Hour. Solo recital with works by Barrios, Tarréga, J.S. Bach, Ponce, Janacek and Brahms. San Diego, California.

• February 2014; Frost School of Music, University of Miami. Solo recital with works by Charles N. Mason, Dorothy Hindman, Mark Delpriora, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols and J.S. Bach. Coral Gables, Florida.

• February 2014; Harold Golen Gallery, Acoustica21 Concert Series. Solo recital with works by Charles N. Mason, Dorothy Hindman, Marco Smaili, Kateruna Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe and Jeff Nichols. Miami, Florida. Florida.

• February 2014; Winthrop University Guest Artist Series. Solo recital with works by Charles N. Mason, Arthur Kampela, Dorothy Hindman, Mark Delpriora, Marco Smaili, Katerina Stamatelos, Nicolas Deyoe, Jeff Nichols and J.S. Bach (Chaconne, BWV 1004). Rock Hill, South Carolina.

• September 2013; The Society for Arts, “Kathleen Lombardo Memorial Concert". Chamber guitarist in Afreschi Caldi for harp, mezzo-soprano, mandolin and guitar by Robert Lombardo. Chicago, Illinois.

• September 2013; Friends of the Asheville Symphony Gala. Solo performance with works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Scarlatti. Cliffs of Walnut Cove, Arden, North Carolina.

• September 2013; Mint Museum, in conjunction with WDAV Classical Public Radio and Ortho Carolina. Solo recital with works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Scarlatti, Tarréga. Charlotte, North Carolina.

• April 2013; University of Alabama Music Department. Graduate Student Recital. Chamber guitarist in Shibboleth (2013 world premiere) for flute, guitar and viola by Derek Holden. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

• March 2013; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Recital Hall, Burt Levy/Yehuda Yannay Concert. World premiere of solo work, between:two; and performance of Marrakesh Bop (1999) for flute and guitar (with Lisa Goethe-McGinn, flute). Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

• September 2011; Covenant Presbyterian Church, “Strings and Things". Solo recital with works by Bach, Brahms, Haydn. Hendersonville, North Carolina.

• September 2011; Reuter Center, University of North Carolina Asheville, Asheville Classical Guitar Society Benefit solo recital with transcription works by J.S. Bach, Brahms, Haydn and Janacek. Asheville, North Carolina.

• March 2011; Covenant Presbyterian Church, V.P. Studios Faculty Recital; Recital works by Purcell, Brahms, Albeniz and Lauro. Hendersonville, North Carolina.

• February 2011; Arts at North Carolina State University Series. Duo recital with Ensemble 3 for 2. Works by Harvey Sollberger, Villa-Lobos, Mark Scearse and Elliott Carter’s Changes (1983) for solo guitar) Raleigh, North Carolina.

• October 2010: Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory FOCUS Contemporary Music Festival, works by Fang Man and Toru Takemitsu, (with Sean Gabriel, flute). Berea, Ohio.

• September 2010; Duke University Encounters: Music of Our Time, solo performance of Surrounded on Ten Sides for Guitar and Electronics (2007) by Fang Man. Durham, North Carolina.

• April 2010; Birmingham Southern College “Jennifer and Thomas Waters Master Class Series" in composition. Tristan Murail, guest composer. Performance of Tellur (1977). Birmingham Alabama.

• August 17 - 22, 2009; Transylvanian Guitar Festival. Concert of all American works by Nicholas Deyoe, Jason Eckardt, Elliott Carter, Jeff
Nichols, Mel Powell and Arthur Kampela. Cluj - Napoca, Romania.

• May 2009; Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, University of California San Diego “Spring Festival of New Music". The U.S. premiere of the blinding access of the grace of flesh (2004) for soprano, guitar, flute, clarinet, violin, cello and percussion by Chris Dench, conducted by John Fonville. La Jolla, California.

• May 2009; University of California San Diego Opening Concert for new Conrad Prebys Concert Hall. Chamber guitarist in Diffusions (2009 world premiere) by Rand Steiger (with Susan Narucki, soprano, Steven Schick, conductor). La Jolla, California.

• April 2009; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego solo recital in fulfillment of D.M.A. requirement. World premieres of two solo works: Quatsch (2008) by Nicholas Deyoe and Counterpane (2009) by Jeff Nichols. Other works include Percussion Studies I, II (1990-93) by Arthur Kampela; Mille au Courant (1995) by Ketty Nez; In Harmonica for Electronics and Guitar (2007 U.S. premiere) by Sergio Kafejian and the blinding access of the grace of flesh (2004) soprano, guitar, flute, clarinet, violin, cello and percussion by Chris Dench (with John Fonville, conductor). La Jolla, California.

• March 2009; The Loft, University of California San Diego “Spring into New Music! - Music at the Loft" Series. Solo works by Elliott Carter and Arthur Kampela. La Jolla, California.

• November 2008; Mesa College Recital Hour. Works by Magnus Lindberg. J.S. Bach, Arthur Kampela. San Diego, California.

• October 2008; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego “Graduate Forum" concert. Performance of Changes (1983) and Shard (1997) by Elliott Carter. La Jolla, California.

• October 2008; Wright State University, “Symposium, Elliott Carter at 100". Solo performance of Changes (1983) and Shard (1997), Dayton, Ohio.

• October 2008; Villa Aurelia, The American Academy of Rome, 29th Nuovi Spazi Musicali Festival. 3 for 2 Ensemble with Harvey Sollberger, flute. World premieres by Paolo Cavallone (SUNY Buffalo), Kirsten Broberg (Chicago), Alessandra Ciccaglioni (Rome), and Harvey Sollberger. Also, Soli e Duetinni (1989) by Milton Babbitt. Solo guitar work by Arthur Kampela. Rome, Italy.

• October 2008; Teatro Comunale, 3 for 2 Ensemble. Works by Milton Babbitt, Ada Gentile, Harvey Sollberger, Paolo Cavallone. Solo guitar works by Elliott Carter and Arthur Kampela. Ceglie Messapica, Italy.

• May 2008; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego solo recital in partial fulfillment of D.M.A. requirement. Works: Texting and Driving (2008, world premiere) Aaron Gervais; All a Life in One Day (2007, U.S. premiere) Alain-Michel Riou; Goyescas Nuevas (2003) Sidney Corbett; Percussion Studies I & II (1990-93) Arthur Kampela; Aprés vous (2003) Robert Morris; Unfoldings (2004) Mikel Kuehn; Hexadactyl (2002) Charles Wuorinen; Mano a Mano (2004) Magnus Lindberg. La Jolla, California.

• May 2008; Studio A, University of California San Diego Spring Festival, Cruel Spirals (2007) for guitar, flute, mezzo, violin, viola, cello, bass, clarinet, percussion by Philippe Manoury, Nick DeMaison, conductor. And world premiere of ...some new equation, given... for Alto Flute, Mezzo Soprano and Guitar (2008) by Nicholas Deyoe. La Jolla, California.

• May 2008; Studio A, University of California San Diego. Chamber guitarist in Zwei Gefühle (1992) by resident composer Helmut Lachenmann (with Nicholas Deyoe, conductor). La Jolla, California.

• March 2008; The College Music Society Pacific Central Conference, Westmont College. Solo Performance/Lecture Demonstration, The Percussion Studies for Guitar (1990-1993) by Arthur Kampela. Santa Barbara, California.

• February 2008; Institute for Advanced Italian Studies, Columbia University. 3 for 2 Ensemble, performs an all Italian program, including
Quick Moments (1993) by Ada Gentile and Sequenza XI by Luciano Berio. New York, New York.

• February 2008; Akademie für Tonkunst Tage für neue Musik festival, Toni Völker, Director. Solo performances of Mano a mano (2004) by Magnus Lindberg, Percussion Studies I & II (1990-93) by Arthur Kampela and world premiere of All a Life in One Day (2008) by Alain Michel Riou. Darmstadt, Germany.

• January 2008; Bowling Green State University Mid-America Center for New Music Series. 3 for 2 Ensemble with flutist Harvey Sollberger. World premiere of Sonora (2007) for flute/guitar and electronics by Charles Norman Mason. Other works for duo by Milton Babbitt, Ada Gentile. Solo guitar work, Mano a Mano (2004) by Magnus Lindberg. Bowling Green, Ohio.

• November 2007; Graduate Forum Concert, Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego. Performance of Mano a Mano (2004) by Magnus Lindberg. La Jolla, California.

• November 2007; Hill Recital Hall, Birmingham Southern College. Presented by the Birmingham Art Music Alliance with Karen Bentley Pollick, violin. U.S. premieres of violin/guitar duos by Monroe Golden, Michael Phillips, Mary Elizabeth Neal and Joseph Landers (with Craig Hultgren, cello; Lori Ardovino, recorder). Solo guitar work by Dorothy Hindman as well as a violin, guitar and electronics work by Charles Norman Mason. Birmingham, Alabama.

• October 2007; Frankenberger Bürgerhaus. Guitar duo Bowman/Treml with works by Francesco da Milano, Antonio Vivaldi, S. de Aguirre. Frankenberg, Germany.

• October 2007; Waggonhalle Kulturzentrum, “Guitarra Latina". Guitar duo Bowman/Treml with works by Francesco da Milano, Antonio Vivaldi, S. de Aguirre, Maxime Pujol. Marburg, Germany.

• September 2007; Spiegelslustturm. Guitar duo Bowman/Treml in concert. Marburg, Germany.

• July 2007; Scripps Health Foundation, “Gluck Chamber Music Series," Bertram Turetzky, Director. Solo recital with works by Lauro, Bonfa, Sor, Barrios and J.S. Bach. La Jolla, California.

• July 2007; 3 Tage Marburg Festival. Solo guitar concert at this yearly art and music festival in the middle Hessen city of Marburg, Germany.

• May 2007; University of California San Diego Spring Festival. Chamber musician in Jason Eckardt's Tongues (2003) (with Nick DeMaison, conductor). La Jolla, California.

• May 2007; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego. Chamber guitarist in Le Marteau sans Maître (1954) Pierre Boulez (with Stephanie Aston, soprano, red fish blue fish ensemble, Steven Schick, conductor). La Jolla, California.

• May 2007; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego, in partial fulfillment of D.M.A. with works by Luis de Milan, Franco Donatoni, Nathan Brock, Roger Reynolds, Fernando Sor, Goffredo Petrassi, György Kurtág, Luciano Berio. La Jolla, California.

• March 2007; Akademie für Tonkunst Tage für neue Musik festival, Toni Völker, Director. Solo works by Roger Reynolds, Ada Gentile and Nathan Brock. Darmstadt, Germany.

• February 2007; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego. Debut concert of Ensemble 3 for 2 (with Harvey Sollberger, flute) Works by Milton Babbitt, Ada Gentile and Harvey Sollberger (with guest Che-Yen Chen, viola). La Jolla, California.

• November 2006; Evangelische Gemeinde. Guitar duo Bowman/Treml. Kassel, Germany.

• November 2006; Alten Rathaus. Guitar duo Bowman/Treml. Wohratal, Germany.

• November 2006; Spiegelslustturm. Guitar duo Bowman/Treml. Marburg, Germany.

• October 2006; Mandeville Recital Hall, University of California San Diego Graduate Forum Concert. Sequenza XI (1988) by Luciano Berio. La Jolla, California.

• April 2006; Villa Aurelia, The American Academy in Rome. Invitation from Rome Prize Winner Composer. Solo recital with works by Franco Donatoni, Elliott Carter, Charles Norman Mason, Dorothy Hindman, Goffredo Petrassi, Luciano Berio. Rome, Italy.

• July 2005; Kulturladen, “3. Marburger Gitarrennacht". Debut of classical guitar duo Paul Bowman and Johannes Treml. Marburg, Germany.

• June 2005; Presented by Kulturamt Giessen, “Musikalisches Sommer auf dem Schiffenberg." Duo concert (with Susanna Oehler, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Giuliani, Easley Blackwood, Piazzolla, Bartók. Giessen, Germany.

• March 2005; University of Wisconsin Milwaukee “Music from Almost Today" Series. Chamber guitarist in Nine Branches of the Olive Tree by Yehuda Yennay. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

• March 2005; Samford University Solo Recital, sponsored by the Birmingham Arts and Music Alliance. Works by John Allison Campbell, Monroe Golden, Dorothy Hindman (world premiere), Charles Norman Mason. Birmingham, Alabama.

• January 2005; Weinklang Kreuzberg Solo Recital. Works by John Allison Campbell, Manuel Ponce, Charles Norman Mason, Easley Blackwood. Berlin, Germany.

• January 2004; Institut für Theater und Musikwissenschaft, Justus Liebig Universität, “Snow Dreams". Duo concert (with Sabine Dreier, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Joan Tower, and Robert Beaser. Giessen, Germany.

• April to May 2003; International Solo Recital Tour. Tenri Cultural Institute, New York, New York; University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; Birmingham Southern College, Birmingham, Alabama; Eastern Mediterranean University, Gazimağus, Northern Cyprus and Museum Beaux Arts, Orléans, France. Works by Charles Wuorinen, Arthur Kampela, Tania León, Elliott Carter, Ursula Mamlok, Alain Michel Riou.

• February 2003; Akademie für Tonkunst Tage für neue Musik, Toni Völker, Director. Imaginary Country Songs I: Clawhammer (2003 world premiere) by Keith Carpenter and Twinkling Daybreak for Guitar and Electronics (2003 world premiere) by Alain Michel Riou Darmstadt, Germany.

• February 2002; Stadttheater Giessen Matinee Foyer Konzert. Duo concert (with Dietlinde Fuchs, flute). Works by Willy Burkhart, Bártok, Giuliani, J.S. Bach, Dowland. Solo work, Sarabande (2002) by Louis Karchin (European premiere). Giessen, Germany.

• November 2001; Rathaus Konzertabend. Duo concert (with Dietlinde Fuchs, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Giuliani, Willy Burkhart, Poulenc, and Takemitsu. Bad Gandersheim, Germany.

• September 2001; Spiegelslustturm “Gitarrenabend". Solo concert with works by André Jollivet, Paul Lansky, John Anthony Lennon, Hans Werner Henze, Ernst Krenek, Roberto Gerhard. Marburg, Germany.

• March 2001; Musik im Altenrathaus. Duo concert (with Dietlinde Fuchs, flute). Works by Dowland, J.S. Bach, Poulenc, Willy Burkhart, and Bártok. Markoldendorf, Germany.

• March 2001; Alice Tully Hall 75th Birthday Tribute to Pierre Boulez. Chamber guitarist in Le Marteau sans Maitre (coaching with Pierre Boulez) with Ensemble Sospeso New York, Stefan Asbury, conductor. New York, New York.

• February 2001; Unitarian Universalist Church Art Burst Concert Series. Solo recital with works by André Cezanne, Anthony Cornicello, Elliott Carter, Tristan Murail, Craig First, György Kurtág, Luciano Berio. Birmingham, Alabama.

• December 2000; Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Chamber guitarist with Ensemble Sospeso New York. Work by Joshua Cody (world premiere) with Lucy Shelton, mezzo-soprano, Jeff Milarsky, conductor. New York, New York.

• November 2000; Tonhalle Musik Ohne Grenzen Series, Heinz Holliger, Artistic Director. Chamber guitarist with Ensemble Notabu Düsseldorf in Luimen (1999) for mandolin, guitar, harp, vibraphone, trumpet, trombone by Elliott Carter. Düsseldorf, Germany.

• May 2000; Chicago Cultural Center “Dame Myra Hess" Series. Solo concert broadcasted live on WFMT radio. Works by Fernando Sor, Darius Milhaud and Luciano Berio. Chicago, Illinois.

• May 2000; Northwestern University “New Music Marathon". Solo guitar works by Elliott Carter, and Luciano Berio. Evanston, Illinois.
• May 2000; Renaissance Museum, University of Chicago. Portrait Concert of Mathias Spahlinger presented by the Goethe Institute of Chicago. Chamber guitarist with ensemble Noamnesia in the performance of musica impure (1983) (with Julia Bentely, mezzo-soprano and Steve Butters, percussion). Chicago, Illinois.

• May 2000; Three Arts Club, CUBE Concert Series. World premiere of Kindred Spirits (1998) by H. William Karlins (with Dimitris Marinos, mandolin and Alison Attar, harp). Chicago, Illinois.

• April 2000; Birmingham Southern College, 70th Birthday Tribute to George Crumb. Chamber guitarist in Mundus Cantus (1999) for percussion and guitar. Birmingham, Alabama.

• March 2000; Contemporary Museum of Art, 70th Birthday Tribute to George Crumb with ensemble Noamnesia, Gene Coleman, Director. Chamber musician in Night of the Four Moons (banjo) and Mundus Cantus (1999) (with Steve Butters, percussion). Chicago, Illinois.

• February 2000; Neue Musik im Alten Feuerhaus. Chamber guitarist (with Camilla Hoitenga, flute and Lucy Shelton, mezzo-soprano) in Adjö by Kaija Saariaho and Renka I by Toshio Hosakowa. Cologne, Germany.

• February 2000; Akademie für Tonkunst, Opening Concert, Tage für neue Musik festival, Toni Völker, Director. Solo recital with works by Sebastian Currier, Anthony Cornicello, André Cezanne, Craig First (world premiere), Hans Ulrich Engelmann, Elliott Carter, Luciano Berio. Darmstadt, Germany.

• October 1999; Alliance Français, “Tribute to John Ashbery". Chamber guitarist with Ensemble Sospeso New York in Syringa (1978) by Elliott Carter (with Lucy Shelton, mezzo-soprano, and Jeff Milarsky, conductor). New York, New York.

• July 1999; UNICEF Benefit Concert, sponsored by Dresdner Bank. Soloist in works by Fernando Sor, Francisco Tarréga. Broadcasted live on Salzburg Radio. Filzmoos, Austria.

• June 1999, Hothouse in Wicker Park, “Face the Music" Series, presented by Ensemble Noamnesia. World premiere of Marrakesh Bop (1999) (with Lisa Goethe-McGinn, flute) by Yehuda Yannay. Chicago, Illinois.

• April 1999; Evangelische Gemeinde. Duo concert (with Annett Knüpfer, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Giuliani, Joan Tower, Amalie, Prinzessin von Prussia. Dresden, Germany.

• February 1999; Akademie für Tonkunst, Tage für neue Musik. A Portrait concert of “Darmstädter Komponisten." Theme varié (1997) by André Cezanne. Broadcasted on Hessisches Rundfunk. Darmstadt, Germany.

• December 1998; Offenburg Musikschule. Duo concert (with Annett Knüpfer, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Giuliani. Bártok, Joan Tower. Offenburg, Germany.

• September 1998; Deutsches Werkstatt Hellerau Dresden Solo Gitarrenabend. Solo recital with works by André Cezanne (world premiere), Franco Donatoni, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, Luciano Berio. Dresden, Germany.

• May 1998; Heidelberg Community Concerts Series on the U.S. Army Barracks. Duo concert (with Bonita Hyman, mezzo-soprano). Works by Thomas Morely, John Dowland, Tobias Hume, Heitor Villa-Lobos and Manuel de Falla. Solo works by Lauro, and Barrios. Heidelberg, Germany.

• September 1997; Stadthalle Giessen. Portrait concert of composer Paulo Ferreira-Lopes as part of the new music festival “Glückliche Tage" presented by Stadttheater Giessen. Solo guitar works Spirit I and II (1996) and 5 Dialogues de La Lune (1990-German Premiere) Additional works by Rudolf Kelterborn, Hans Ulrich Lehmann, Arnold Schoenberg. Giessen, Germany.

• June 1997; “Neue Musik Messe Podewil". As special guest of ensemble, Studio Neue Musik Berlin (since late 1997 re-named Ensemble Mosaik Berlin) Ernst Surberg, Director. Solo performance of Variation-Fantasy (1995) by Andrew Mead. Berlin, Germany.

• May 1997; University of Chicago New Music Ensemble concert, Barbara Schubert, Director. Performance of solo work, Variation–Fantasy (1995) by Andrew Mead. Chicago, Illinois.

• May 1997; Renaissance Museum, University of Chicago. Carillon, Recitatif & Masque (1974) by Hans Werner Henze, and Seconda Serenade Trio (1962) by Goffredo Petrassi (with Dimitris Marinos, mandolin and Alison Attar, harp). Chicago, Illinois.

• March 1997; Stadttheater Giessen “Matinee Foyer Konzert". Solo works by J.S. Bach, Mauro Giuliani, Max E Keller, Peter Maxwell-Davies, Fernando Sor. Giessen, Germany.

• January 1997; Stadttheater Giessen, Theater im Löbershof. Solo recital with works by John Anthony Lennon, Charles Norman Mason, Mario Davidovsky, Luciano Berio, Hans Ulrich Lehmann. Giessen, Germany.

• September 1996; Birmingham Southern College. Solo recital with works by Hans Ulrich Lehmann, Louis Andriessen, Franco Donatoni, John Anthony Lennon, Charles Norman Mason, Charles Wuorinen. Birmingham, Alabama.

• September 1996; Stadttheater Giessen, Theater im Löbershof. Solo recital with works by Louis Andriessen, Peter Maxwell-Davies, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, Ton de Leeuw, Luciano Berio. Giessen, Germany

• June 1996; Stadttheater Giessen, “Foyerkonzert". Solo recital with works by Sor, Hans Werner Henze, Elliott Carter, J.S. Bach, Luciano Berio, Peter Maxwell Davies and Robert Beaser. Giessen, Germany.

• May 1996; University of Chicago New Music Ensemble concert, Barbara Schubert, Director. Performance of solo work, Sequenza XI per chitarra sola (1988) by Luciano Berio. Chicago, Illinois.

• May 1996; Harold Washington Library Auditorium, Chicago 20th Century Ensemble concert. Chamber guitarist in Sinfonia Concertante (1996 world premiere) by Andrew Mead. Also, as soloist in Guitar Variations (1994) Charles Wuorinen. Chicago, Illinois.

• April 1996; Birmingham Southern College, SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States) Conference. Guitar with electronics. Performance of Work for Guitar and Tape (1992) by Cort Lippe, and Mirrors Stones and Cotton (1995) Charles Norman Mason. Birmingham, Alabama.

• February 1996; BKA–Theater, Unerhörte Musik Series, Rainer Rubbert, Director. Solo recital with works by Louis Andriessen, Ursula Mamlok, Peter Maxwell - Davies, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, Ton de Leeuw, Luciano Berio, Roger Reynolds. Berlin, Germany.

• January 1996; Stadttheater Giessen Theater im Löbershof. Solo recital with works by Louis Andriessen, Peter Maxwell-Davies, Charles Wuorinen, Elliott Carter, Ton de Leeuw, Luciano Berio. Giessen, Germany.

• December 1995, Hothouse in Wicker Park, “Face the Music" Series presented by Ensemble Noamnesia. Synchronism #10 for Guitar and Tape (1992) by Mario Davidovsky, Chicago, Illinois.

• December 1995, Harvard University. Trio (with Dimitris Marinos, mandolin and Alison Attar, harp) in Carillon, Recicatif & Masque (1974) by Hans Werner Henze. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

• November 1995; University of Alabama Guest Artist Series. Solo recital with works by Elliott Carter, Luciano Berio, Mario Davidovsky, Craig First, Milton Babbitt, Ursula Mamlok, Charles Wuorinen. Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

• September 1995; American Church in Paris. Solo recital with works by Darius Milhaud, Ursula Mamlok, Roger Reynolds, Joshua Cody (world premiere) and Elliott Carter. Paris, France.

• May 1995; Harold Washington Library Auditorium, presented by Chicago 20th Century Ensemble. Solo recital with works by Milton Babbitt, Charles Wuorinen, Ursula Mamlok, Otto Luening, Craig First, Elliott Carter, Mario Davidovsky. Chicago, Illinois.

• April 1995; Sherwood Conservatory of Music Faculty Solo Recital. Works by Otto Luening, Elliott Carter, Ursula Mamlok, Milton Babbitt, Roger Reynolds and world premiere of 3 Gilder Songs (with Bonita Hyman, mezzo-soprano) by Gyula Fekete. Chicago, Illinois.

• March 1995; Art Institute of Chicago, 70th Birthday Tribute Concert for Pierre Boulez. Chamber guitarist with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in Le Marteau sans Maître (with Julia Bentely, mezzo-soprano, Clif Colnot, conductor). Chicago, Illinois.

• March 1995; Hothouse in Wicker Park, Face the Music Series presented by Ensemble Noamnesia (Gene Coleman, Director). Solo works by Elliott Carter, Roger Reynolds, Milton Babbitt, Otto Luening, Chicago, Illinois.

• January 1995; Northwestern University New Music Ensemble Concert. Solo guitarist in Synchonism #10 by Mario Davidovsky and The Behaviour of Mirrors (1985) by Roger Reynolds. Evanston, Illinois.

• December 1994, American Conservatory of Music Faculty Solo Recital. Works by Alberto Ginastera, J.S. Bach, Fernando Sor, Elliott Carter. Chicago, Illinois.

• October 1994; Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. Debut Concert of Dimitris Marinos, mandolin. Chamber guitarist in Carillon, Recicatif & Masque (1974) Hans Werner Henze. New York, New York.

• April 1994; Sherwood Conservatory of Music Faculty Solo Recital. Works by J.S. Bach, Joan Tower, Alberto Ginastera, Elliott Carter. Chicago, Illinois.

• June 1993; St. Patricks Church, sponsored by the North Coast Cultural Association. Solo recital with works by Fernando Sor, William Walton, Bruce MacCombie, Joaquin Rodrigo, Easley Blackwood, John A. Lennon and Federico Moreno-Torroba. Chesterton, Indiana.

• January 1993; Miller Arts Council - Miller Beach Pavilion Benefit Concert, “Art, Park and Lark". Performance with The Lark String Quartet in Triptico for String Quartet and Guitar (1989) by Roberto Sierra. Gary, Indiana.

• July 1992; Bar Harbor Music Festival with Duo Sequenza. Works by David Noon, Ned Rorem, James Park, Laura Kaminsky, Deirdre Lynds, Easely Blackwood (world premiere). Bar Harbor, Maine.

• April 1992; New Mexico Concert Tour, Duo Sequenza. Performances at New Mexico Tech University in Socorro; Fuller Lodge in Los Alamos; Art Gallery in Taos and Art Gallery in Gallup.

• April 1992; The Troy–Hayner Cultural Center with Duo Sequenza. Works by Bartók, Piazzolla, Giuliani, Takemitsu and Beaser. Troy, Ohio.

• April 1992; Brown Chapel, Muskingum University Department of Music and Celebrity Guest Artists Series with Duo Sequenza. Works by Bartók, Piazzolla, Giuliani, Takemitsu and Beaser. New Concord, Ohio.

• January 1992; The Gallery Series, sponsored by The Blue Ridge Arts Council with Duo Sequenza. Works by Bartók, Piazzolla, Giuliani, Takemitsu and Beaser. Front Royal, Virginia.

• April 1991; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, “La Vie Française" Duo Sequenza with works by Poulenc, Debussy, Ravel, Faure, Milhaud. Munster, Indiana.

• March 1991; Columbia Artists Community Concerts Series, Duo Sequenza. Works by J.S. Bach, Milhaud, Villa-Lobos, Giuliani, Takemitsu and Beaser. Hammond, Indiana.

• January 1991; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, “Sherazadia". Duo Sequenza with works by Villa-Lobos, Piazzolla, Rodrigo and the world premiere of Ravel’s Bolero for flute and guitar and pre-recorded plucked and flute instruments. Munster, Indiana.

• October 1990; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, “Programme Potpourri". Duo Sequenza with works by Rachmaninoff, Caurulli, Castelnuovo-Tedesco, Deirdre Lyndes. Munster, Indiana.

• June 1990; Palais de l’Athenée, Concerts Atlantique Competition Presents Winners Duo Sequenza. European Debut, Geneva, Switzerland.

• June 1990; World Tour of Duo Sequenza. Concerts in Tokyo; Taiwan; National University of Singapore; Palais de l’Athanée and The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Museum, Geneva; Huis Bergh, 's-Heerenberg, Netherlands.

• April 1990; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, “Romantic Music for Flute and Guitar" with Duo Sequenza. Works by Coste, Rorem, Giuliani, Park, de Falla, and Neve. Munster, Indiana.

• January 1990; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts, “Music of Many Flags" with Duo Sequenza. Works by Fauré, de Falla, Boehm, Takemitsu, Villa-Lobos and Giuliani. Munster, Indiana.

• October 1989; Purdue University North Central Chancellor’s Series, “Music of Many Flags" with Duo Sequenza. Works by Fauré, de Falla, Boehm, Takemitsu, Villa-Lobos and Giuliani. Westville, Indiana.

• September 1989; The Center for the Visual and Performing Arts - Chamber Concert Series created by Duo Senquenza. “Meet Duo Sequenza". Works by Gossec, J.S. Bach, Giuliani, Beaser and Juan Carlos Arean (with Denise Kirkland, clarinet). Munster, Indiana.

• February 1989; Purdue University North Central Chancellor’s Series “LaPorte Symphony Orchestra Chamber Concert". Debut concert of Duo Sequenza (with Debra Silvert, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Dowland, Beaser, Tower and Ibert. Westville, Indiana.

• March 1987; Friends Meeting House, sponsored by the Boston Classical Guitar Society. Solo recital – repeat invitation – works by Tania León, Fernando Sor, Edward Green (world premiere), Ernesto Cordero. Boston, Massachusetts.

• February 1986; Longy School of Music, Boston Classical Guitar Society. Solo recital with works by J.S. Bach, Robert Beaser, Frank
Martin, Fernando Sor. Cambridge, Massachusetts.

• July 1985; Trinity Church Concert Series. Duo recital (with Lisa Arkis, flute). Works by Loeillet, Joan Tower, J.S. Bach and Mauro Giuliani. New York, New York.

• March to May 1985; New Playwrights' Theatre. Chamber guitarist and part arranger in a six week engagement of the musical theater piece, The
Beautiful Lady by Elizabeth Swados and Paul Schmid. Washington D.C.

• February 1985; St. Michael’s Church, presented by the new music ensemble, Musician’s Accord. Soloist in Notes on a Southern Sky (1981) by Robert Beaser. New York, New York.

• 1983 to 1989; Chamber guitarist with New Yorker New Music ensembles Musician’s Accord (Laura Kaminsky/Richard Kassel, Directors); The Bowery Ensemble (Nils Vigeland, Director); The New Music Consort (Madeleine Shapiro, Clare Heldrich, Directors) at such institutions as Manhattan School of Music, The Great Hall at Cooper Union, Christ and St. Stevens Church, Carnegie Recital Hall. New York, New York.

• November 1984; Guitarreria Orosco. Duo recital (with Lisa Arkis, flute). Works by J.S. Bach, Giuliani. Solo guitar works by Joaquin Rodrigo, Frank Martin, William Walton. New York, New York.

• May 1984; St. Michaels Church. Chamber concert (with Chris DeBlasio, baritone, Lynne Vardaman, soprano, Linda Kwan, Evan Paris, violins, Lois Martin, viola and Chris Finckel, cello) in works by Charles Wuorinen, Giampaolo Bracali, Dominic Argento. New York, New York.

• May 1984; Manhattan School of Music, Master of Music Recital. Works by J.S. Bach, Agustin Barrios, Frank Martin, Hans Werner Henze. New York, New York.

• May 1984; Thursdays at Trinity Church on Wall Street. Month of May featured Manhattan School of Music students. Solo recital with works by J.S. Bach, Barrios, Ponce, Martin. New York, New York.

• October 1983, Borden Concert Hall, Manhattan School of Music. Chamber guitarist with The Group for Contemporary Music in Chamber Concerto for Flute and Ten Players (1964) by Charles Wuorinen, Harvey Sollberger, flute soloist. New York, New York.

• May 1983; Manhattan School of Music, Bachelor of Music Recital. Works by J.S. Bach, (Lute Suite BWV 995 in an arrangement based on the Neue Bach Ausgabe manuscript and transcribed for guitar in the original key of G minor), Psalm 39 (1979) for baritone and guitar by Charles Wuorinen (with Chris DeBlasio, baritone), Federico Moreno-Torroba, Hans Werner Henze, Ernesto Cordero and Nocturnal after John Dowland, opus 70 by Benjamin Britten. New York, New York.

• November to December 1982; Columbia Artists U.S. and Canadian Tour. Chamber guitarist with Ensemble I Solisti New York Orchestra (with Ransom Wilson, flute and conductor). Transcribed and arranged for guitar harpsichord continuo parts from Vivaldi and Telemann Flute Concerti. Concerts in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Traverse City, Michigan, London and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and Carnegie Recital Hall, New York, New York.

Competitions
• October 1982; First Prize Winner "VIth International Competition for Classical Guitar" (Concurso Internacional de la Casa de España), San Juan, Puerto Rico.

• June 1986; Finalist, Guitar Foundation of America Competition, Milwaukee.

• June 1990; Winner with ensemble, Duo Sequenza: "Concerts Atlantique" European Debut Concert at the Palais de l’Athenée, Geneva, Switzerland.


• January 1994 to June 1996; Touring Artist, Illinois Arts Council.


• May 1992; Artist's Stipend of $5000 Indiana Arts Commission.

Recordings
• 1995 to 2010; Compilation of a 12 C.D. Box Set of studio recordings

• C.D. 1:

Changes (1983) Elliott Carter; Drame Lyrique (2000)* Craig First; Sequenza XI per chitarra sola (1988) Luciano Berio; Theme varié (1998)* Andre Cezanne; Mirrors, Stones and Cotton for Electronics and Guitar (1995), Charles N. Mason; Syncronism #10 for Electronics and Guitar (1992) Mario Davidovsky; Kindred Spirits for Harp, Mandolin and Guitar (1998)* M. William Karlins; Seconda Serenade Trio for Harp, Mandolin and Guitar (1962) Goffredo Petrassi

• C.D. 2 - ENSEMBLE WITH GUITAR:

Syringa for Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone, Guitar and Ten Instruments (1978) Elliott Carter (with Ensemble Sospeso New York, Lucy Shelton, mezzo, Andre Glover, baritone, Jeffrey Milarsky, conductor); Afreschi Caldi for Mezzo-Soprano, Harp, Mandolin and Guitar (1995)* Robert Lombardo (with Julia Benteley, mezzo, Dimitris Marinos, mandolin and Alison Attar, harp); Le Marteau sans Maître (1954) Pierre Boulez (with Siephanie Aston, soprano, red fish blue fish ensemble, Steven Schick, conductor)

• C.D. 3 - NDR HAMBURG SESSIONS:

Percussion Study #1 (1990) Arthur Kampela; Bailarín (1998) Tania León; Cercles (1995) Alain-Michel Riou; Five Intermezzi for Guitar (1983-90)* Ursula Mamlok; Guitar Variations (1996) Charles Wuorinen; Marrakesh Bop for Flute and Guitar (1999)* Yehuda Yannay (with Lisa Goethe-McGinn, flute)

• C.D. 4 – SONATAS:

Sonata for Guitar, op. 29 (1983) Easley Blackwood; C Major Sonata BWV 1005, J.S. Bach; Sonata III Manuel Ponce


• C.D. 5 – STANDARDS:

Vals Venezolano and Seis por Derecho, Antonio Lauro; Cataluña, Sevilla and Asturias, Isaac Albeniz; Jesu Bleibet Meine Freude, J.S. Bach; Recuerdos de l'Alhambra, Capriccio Arabé, Francisco Tarréga; Three Estudios, Fernando Sor

• C.D. 6 - FOR PAUL:

Imaginary Country Songs I: Clawhammer (2005)* Keith Carpenter; Leaven for Computerized Marimba Sounds and Quarter Tone-Tuned Guitar (1999) Monroe Golden; Needlepoint (2004)* Dorothy Hindman; Twinkling Daybreak for Electronics and Guitar (2005)* Alain-Michel Riou; Sonora for Flute, Guitar and Electronics (2007)* Charles N. Mason (with Kathleen Gallagher, flute)

• C.D. 7: Reynolds, Kurtág:

Fantasia Luis de Milan; Algo (1977) Franco Donatoni; Resonance Cycle (2006) Nathan Brock; The Behaviour of Mirrors (1985) Roger Reynolds; Three Bagatelles, opus 43, Fernando Sor; Nunc (1971) Goffredo Petrassi; Fly Slow and Sing Long My Dying Swan, Beautiful Memories (1992) György Kurtág; Sequenza XI per chitarra sola (1988) Luciano Berio

• C.D. 8 - 3 FOR 2 ENSEMBLE, WITH HARVEY SOLLBERGER, FLUTE:

Spillville for Flute, Viola and Guitar (2007) Harvey Sollberger (with Travis Maril, viola); Soli e Duetinni (1989) Milton Babbitt; Quick Moments (1990) Ada Gentile

• C.D. 9 – Mano a Mano:

Hexadactyl (2002) Charles Wuorinen; All a Life in One Day (2008)* Alain-Michel Riou; Texting and Driving (2008)* Aaron Gervais; Aprés vous (2003) Robert Morris; Goyescas Nuevas (2003) Sidney Corbett; Mano a Mano (2004) Magnus Lindberg

• C.D. 10 – Live at U.C.S.D:

…some new equation… for Alto Flute, Mezzo-Soprano and Guitar (2008)* Nicholas Deyoe; Cruel Spirals for 2 Violins, Viola, Cello, Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Guitar and Soprano (2007) Phillipe Manoury; Percussion Studies I and II (1990-93) Arthur Kampela

• C.D. 11 – Standards Guitar with Flute, with Kathleen Gallagher:

Sonate in E Dur BWV 1035, Johann Sebastian Bach; Histoire du Tango, Astor Piazzolla; Allegretto, opus 116, Benjamin Godard; Mountain Songs, Robert Beaser; Six Romanian Folk Dances, Bela Bartók


• C.D. 12 – This ‘n That:

Carillon, Recitatif and Masque for Harp, Mandolin and Guitar (1974) (with Dimitris Marinos, mandolin, Alison Attar, harp) Hans Werner Henze; Mille au Courant (1995) Ketty Nez; Sonate für Gitarre, opus 9 (2000) John Allison Campbell; Movement III from Tongues for Soprano and Guitar (2002) Jason Eckardt (with Stephanie Aston, soprano)

* denotes written and dedicated to Paul Bowman


Published Recordings
• 2008; Sonora for Guitar, Flute and Electronics (2007) by Charles Norman Mason (with Kathleen Gallagher, flute). C.D. published by University of Illinois Experimental Music Studios in celebration of the studio’s 50th anniversary.

• 2008; Marrakesh Bop (1999) for flute and guitar by Yehuda Yennay (with Lisa Goethe - McGinn, flute. Vienna Modern Masters VN202.

• 2007; Needlepoint (2004) Dorothy Hindman, Capstone Records CPS-8787
(also on Innova Records in Spring 2013)

• June 2004; Guitarist in Syringa (1978) for Mezzo-Soprano, Baritone, Guitar and Ten Instruments by Elliott Carter. Ensemble Sospeso New York. Elliott Carter, Quintets and Voices, Mode Records 128 (CD/DVD).

• October 2003; Afreschi Caldi (1995) for mezzo-soprano, guitar, mandolin and harp by Robert Lombardo, Albany Records ALB 611.

• Kindred Spirits (1998) for mandolin, harp and guitar by M. William Karlins, Hungaraton Classic 32037.

• 1996; Mirrors, Stones and Cotton (1996) for electronics and guitar by Charles Norman Mason, SEAMUS IV (Society for Electro Acoustic Music in the United States)

Language Skills

• Complete fluency - reading, writing and speaking of the German language.

Technology
• Proficiency with Webct, Microsoft Word, Excel spreadsheets with percentages for grading, Powerpoint and audio presentations, Blackboard

• Proficiency in recording techniques and editing with Pro Tools, Cubase.

• Competent ability in use of Finale music writing software.

Professional Associations
College Music Society, Guitar Foundation of America.

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Rewards
• Travel Stipends from the University of California San Diego for a concert at The American Academy in Rome with Harvey Sollberger, for multiple trips for concerts at the Tage für neue Musik festival in Darmstadt, Germany and for the 100 Year Elliott Carter Symposium at Wright State University.

Skills
100 accredited hours, Massage Therapy, MT101 Massage Tech Program, Natural Healing Institute of Naturopathy, Inc. (NHINI), Encinitas, CA, July-August 2007.