My instrumental music career began at age six, when my parents began taking me to weekly piano lessons. Twelve years later, I still play the piano often and have won several awards at state and national high school competitions. In 2008, I began to learn the clarinet, and quickly became successful at that instrument as well. I have placed highly on multiple state and national solo and ensemble competitions and have been the Principal chair player in many groups, such as the Bowling Green State University HS Wind Ensemble, the Ohio Ambassadors of Music band, the Bowling Green High School band, the Heritage Christian School band, many others, and many more to come.
I began singing the second I left the womb, and with both of my parents being music teachers, I quickly began to put some sense into the tonal screaming. I have been in several highly-acclaimed vocal groups including the Bowling Green State University Opera Theatre, Bowling Green State University's University Chorus, and the Toledo Symphony's chorus. I will continue my life singing in many ways, from singing along to my car radio to singing in my new EP project, which you can learn more about by clicking here.