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Song Recitals (recordings available on request)

2001Doctoral Recital Songs of Erich Wolfgang Korngold at the Ford-Crawford Concert Hall, Indiana University.
2000Faculty/Student Recital Songs of Gabriel Fauré with pianist Jean-Louis Haguenauer at the Recital Hall, Indiana University.
2000Student Recital Schubert D. 957, Schwanengesang with pianist Steven Spooner at the Ford-Crawford Concert Hall, Indiana University.
1999Semifinalist in the International Wigmore Hall Song Competition, London, England.
1999Aldeburgh Festival, England. Britten Op. 74, Songs and Proverbs of William Blake, and selected Schubert Lieder with pianist Roger Vignoles.
1998Doctoral Recital Songs of Donaudy, Poulenc, Penhorwood (world premiere), and Brahms at the Auer Recital Hall, Indiana University.
1998Bloomington Early Music Festival Le Triomphe de Bacchus, Cantata for Baritone and Chamber Ensemble by Gervais. This was the first performance of this work since the mid-18th century. Selections from this concert were broadcast on National Public Radio’s Performance Today.
1998Faculty/Student Recital Brahms Op. 52, Liebeslieder Wältzer with pianist Leonard Hokanson at the Auer Recital Hall, Indiana University.
1998Student Recital Brahms Op.33, Die schöne Magelone, sung in German with English narrations (translated by Dr. Meyer) at the Ford-Crawford Concert Hall, Indiana University.
1997Semifinalist in the International Schubertlied Competition, Vienna, Austria.
1997Student Recital Schubert song recital at the Indiana University School of Music Ford-Crawford Concert Hall in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth.
1997Liederabend for the Falken Concert Series, Wengen, Switzerland.
1996Soloist at the Cleveland Art Song Festival.
1996Tales of Love, Sex, Death, and Satisfaction Narrative songs of Schubert, Brahms, and Duparc. Indiana University Art Museum, sponsored by the Indiana Arts Connection.
1996The Complete Songs of Duparc Performed with three other singers at the Recital Hall, Indiana University.
1996Masters Recital Songs of Vaughan Williams, Britten, Brahms, and Duparc at the Center for University Ministries, Bloomington, Indiana.
1995China (world premiere) a song cycle by David Michael Hertz on poems of Willis Barnstone for mezzo-soprano, baritone, piano, and narrator. Performed at the Lilly Library for the 1995 Indiana Arts Week.
1992Schubert D. 911, Winterreise performances in Salzburg, Minneapolis, Iowa City, and Macomb, Illinois (Western Illinois University School of Music)

Additional Lieder concerts Lieder of Schubert, Schumann, Strauss, Wolf, Fauré, Duparc, Debussy, Britten, and others.

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