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A constant yearning for genuine, unadulterated, vulnerable human connection is what draws me so wholeheartedly to the work of being a concert artist. As a classical pianist, I feel it is my responsibility to my audience to share a profoundly personal part of myself as I interpret the work of the composers I perform. To that end, every moment at the piano—whether in the practice studio or on stage—is like the most intimate conversation, the warmest bear hug, the most loving connection with those generous enough to offer me their attention for the brief time that I have with them.

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“Masterful… she fully captured the atmospheric quality of the music in a performance of great virtuosity and delicacy.”

- Hyde Park Herald

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January 29 at 4:00 p.m. ET

REQUIEM FOR THE ADRIFT & SHATTERED

St. Paul's Episcopal Church

6050 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis

Premiere performance of the ground-breaking new multi-media project that explores grief, loss, and hope. World premieres by Nkeiru Okoye, Reinaldo Moya, Emily Koh, and Rex Isenberg with a new film by Deonna Weatherly and Weatherhouse Company.

February 5 at 4:00 p.m. ET

REQUIEM FOR THE ADRIFT & SHATTERED

Indianapolis Hebrew Congregation

6501 N. Meridian Street, Indianapolis

Reprise performance.

February 25 at 7:00 p.m. ET


AT TWILIGHT

St. Anastasia Catholic Church

5205 A1A S, St. Augustine, FL

Solo recital featuring the pairing of works from some of France's most compelling and influential composers, paired with new works by living composers in the United States. World premiere by Anthony Cheung, alongside works by Emily Koh, Amy Williams, Catherine Likhuta, Anthony R. Green, and Eliza Brown.

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