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  • Master of Music, Orchestral Conducting. The Juilliard School. 2015–2018.
    • Private Teachers: Alan Gilbert, James Ross
    • Guest teachers: Bernard Haitink, Gianandrea Noseda, David Zinman, Fabio Luisi, James Gaffigan.
    • Relevant coursework: score reading, counterpoint, harmony, history.
  • Bachelor of Music, Theory and Composition. St. Olaf College. Summa cum laude. 2009–2013.
    • Private Teachers: Steven Amundson, Timothy Mahr, Justin Merritt.
    • Relevant coursework: composition, theory, history, analysis.

Conducting Experience

  • Private Chamber Orchestra Concert, at the Juilliard School. December 2023.
    • Conducted own work Spirit Travels
  • NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchester: Assistant conductor and off-stage brass conductor for Alan Gilbert. June 2022.
    • Strauss: An Alpine Symphony
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra: Assistant conductor for Yuan Chang. January 2020.
    • Chihchun Chi-sun Lee: Formosan Triptych
    • Mozart: Piano concerto no. 25
    • Tchaikovsky: Symphony no. 3
  • New Jersey Symphony Orchestra: Assistant conductor for Xian Zhang. December 2019.
    • Anna Clyne: Within Her Arms
    • Rachmaninoff: Piano concerto no. 3
    • Dvořák: Symphony no. 8
  • St. Louis Symphony Orchestra: Assistant conductor for Andrew Grams. November 2019.
    • Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker
  • Oedipus in the District: Music director for a contemporary one-act opera performed twice at The Tank, New York, NY. October 2019.
    • Josh Getman: Oedipus in the District
  • Red Dog Ensemble: Conductor and co-founder. Inaugural recording of album Neon and Oak at Avaloch Farm Institute, Boscawen, New Hampshire. October 2019.
    • Jon Cziner: flowers of fire
    • Tom Morrison: Neon and Oak
    • Sato Matsui: The Imperfect Storm
    • Will Stackpole: L'abîme
  • Nord Anglia Performing Arts Festival: Bratislava, Slovakia. Guest conductor. March 2019.
    • Programmed music for two youth orchestras (ages 10–18) and a combined orchestra/chorus work
    • Prepared parts for distribution to students in advance of festival
    • Worked closely with festival staff during planning and execution stages
    • Led and conducted all rehearsals and final concert
  • Ensemble Connect: Guest conductor. March 2019.
    • John Adams: Chamber Symphony
  • National Youth Symphony: Prep-conductor for side-by-side with Daniel Harding and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra. February 2019.
    • Schumann: Manfred Overture
  • Graduation Recital, The Juilliard School. May 2018.
    • Sibelius: Valse triste
    • Mahler: Symphony no. 4 (arr. Stein)
  • Orlando Philharmonic: Assistant conductor for Eric Jacobson. October 2017.

Composition Performances

  • Spirit Travels, at The Juilliard School. December 2023.
  • Capriccioso, played on-air by NPO Klassiek (Netherlands). Listen here at 24:20
  • Capriccioso, at the Mauritshuis, The Hague, Netherlands. Recorded February 2022 and released live in March 2022.
  • Near, Under, Far, online performance by cellist Gabriel Cabezas from New York, New York. October 2021.
  • Arcadia, online performance by Julia Hamos and Stephen Waarts from Berlin, Germany. November 2020.
  • Conversations, performed by Jocelyn Zhu and Mariella Haubs on WQXR, New York, New York. April 2019.
  • Conversations, world premiere in New York, New York by Jocelyn Zhu and Mariella Haubs. April 2019.
  • Sonata Shambhala, premieres at Marlboro College, Vermont; Seattle, Washington; and Camphill Ghent, New York; by Benjamin Hochman. November 2018.


  • Neon and Oak: recorded with Red Dog Ensemble and released in March 2023. Co-edited with Will Stackpole. Features four new works by emerging composers. See here for more information.

Teaching Experience

  • Juilliard Pre-College: Substitute teacher for music theory, counterpoint, and ear training. 2018–2020.
  • Fordham University: Adjunct professor and Fordham Lincoln Center Chamber Orchestra conductor. 2018–2019.
  • Juilliard Music Advancement Program: Substitute teacher for music theory, ear training, and history. 2018–2019.
  • New York Youth Symphony: Substitute teacher for private composition lessons. 2019.
  • St. Olaf College: Teaching assistant for Steven Amundson, music theory. 2010–2013.
  • Private Tutor, St. Olaf College: for ear training. 2011–2013.


  • Trombone
  • Piano
  • Organ