This tranquil peaceful exercise floats gently upward to a heavenly, calming descent.
This wave sounds nothing short of rage as the musical phrases aggressively rivet
up to the apex, where the temper tantrum begins, then plummeting to serious
This song is very light and uplifting. Spry with playful splashing at the end.
Driven by hope, this song sweeps up the piano to the pinnacle of the wave
before lyrically descending to its bright finish.
This dark distressful composition swirls up to crisis. Followed by dramatic crashes to
despair then relief.
Vancouver, WA. February 13, 2016 SW Washington Reciprocity Luncheon
Bellingham, WA. March 12, 2016 Whatcom County Founders’ Day Celebration
Spokane, WA. June 3, 2016 Washington State Convention
Ellensburg, WA. October 15, 2016 Central Washington Reciprocity
Pittsburgh, PA. October 22, 2016 Founders’ Day Concert
Tacoma, WA. June 1, 2017 Washington State Convention
Here are fresh new original piano solos for 2015 which portray different moods and styles.
The “Princess Di Roses” solo is a poignant, lush, haunting composition.
“Rose Buds” makes for a perfect lullaby and “Rose Petals” is a grand waltz which is
sure to set your toe a tapping.
These ten piano solos are also presently available on I tunes.
click here for link to the Rose CD on CDBaby
My latest album released is “Prism of Sounds”. It literally has a dramatic piano solo for every color of the rainbow. Those of you who are familiar with the “Journey to Japan” album will recognize the yellow, green and blue compositions. The new solos on this album are exciting, fresh and riveting. “Majestic Purple” sounds like wild horses charging over a mountain range at the last moment of twilight. “Indigo Stripes” innovates with triumphant grace. The “Orange Splattered Ragtime” takes you to the 1920’s speakeasy. For the grand finally, “Firework Red Etude” likens itself to an authentic Firework show.Full piano runs racing up the piano and exploding into what sounds like breathtaking visions and spectacular lights. You can almost hear the oohs and aah s!