Writer, musician, and host


Musical Objective

To take the classical mindset and to propel it forward in the secular world. To be a strictly classical musician is difficult. Therefore, we must go forward and perfect the art in a way that will continue to remain relevant as time passes.


Professional Statement

As a classical Euphonium Performer, I am an adamant freelance musician and teacher. Striving to teach and perform at the highest degree possible.


Professional Objective

To be able to become a soloist that can exist within the current state of the musical world. This involves making CDs and having an active online presence.



Musical Instruments
Bass Trumpet
Baritone Horn

Beth Mitchell - Pasadena City College (2009-2011)
David Stetson - Biola University (2011)
Loren Marsteller - Biola University(2012-2016)
Beth Mitchell - Biola University (2016-2017)

Musical Ensembles
Chamber Groups
Sonic Invasion Tuba Quartet (2011 - 2017)
Excelsior Tuba Quartet (2016 - current)

Brass Bands
Southern California Divisional Youth Band (2016 - current)
Territorial 'Best in the West' Youth Band (2016 - current)

College Large Ensembles
Pasadena City College Concert Band (2008 - 2011)
Biola University Symphonic WInds (2011 - 2016)
Biola Brass Ensemble (2011 - 2016)
Biola Jazz Ensemble (2011 - 2016)
Biola Orchestra (2012 - 2016)

Pasadena City College (2009 - 2011) Transferred prior to completition of Degree
Biola University (2011-2017) Completed BM in Performance: Euphonium

Participated in the Heidelberg Study Abroad Program to Study with a Member of the Mannheim Orchestra and members of the Heidelberg Orchestra (2013)
Participated in Southwest Tuba Euphonium Conference (2013)
Participated in Southwest Tuba Euphonium Conference (2015)
Invited to Participate in Southwest Tuba Euphonium Conference as a Guest Artist with Excelsior Tuba Quartet (2017)

Repertoire (Listed Alphabetically by Title)
Andante and Rondo – Capuzzi
Café 1930 – Astor Piazzola
Compelled by Love – Andrew Blythe
Concert Prelude – Derek Bourgeois
Concerto for Euphonium – Joseph Horovitz
Czardas – Vittorio Monti
Dances – John Stevens
Fantasia di Concerto ‘Songs of the Riviera’ – E. Boccalari
Folksongs – Bruce Broughton
Green Hill – Ben Appermont
Harlequin – Philip Sparke
Napoli Variations – Herman Bellstedt
Pantomime – Philip Sparke