Next Performances

My next performances will be singing in the chorus for Corpus Evita at West Bay Opera. The opera premiered in San Francisco in 2000 and tells a story about Isabel Perón. Juan Perón’s third wife briefly came to power in Argentina in the 1970s and tried unsuccessfully to fashion herself after Evita. The music is by Carlos Franzetti and the libretto by José Luis Moscovich, who both emigrated from Argentina to the USA during this time. José María Condemi will serve as staging dramaturg.

Performances will be February 16, 18, 24 and 25 at the Lucie Stern Theatre in Palo Alto. Opening night is at 8:00 pm while the remaining three performances are at 2:00 pm. Tickets are available online or at the box office.


My most frequent performances are now with the West Bay Opera chorus and Voices of Silicon Valley. Recently I have also sung with Musikiwest, South Bay Musical Theatre, and Lyric Theatre of San Jose. In the past, I have sung with:

In the past I studied at:


Here I am singing in the tenor section of the Masterworks Chorale in November 1996, conducted by Galen Marshall:

Before I started singing, I was a trumpet player. I played in just about every musical group at MIT, including the Symphony Orchestra, Festival Jazz Ensemble, and Concert Band. The MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble, directed by Herb Pomeroy, was one of the first three collegiate bands from the USA to perform at the Montreux Jazz Festival. Here are two excerpts from our appearance at the 1981 Notre Dame Collegiate Jazz Festival:

Herb Pomeroy and band performing in Copley Square, Boston, early 1980s

In Memory of Herb Pomeroy, 1930 – 2007, father of jazz at MIT