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Martha Summa-Chadwick has achieved a wide reputation as an educator, presenter, performer, and advocate for the cause of music in therapy. She has performed as piano and harpsichord soloist with orchestras across the country and is currently on the faculty of the Cadek Conservatory of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Tennessee. For the past decade, she has explored various ways to use music for therapeutic as well as aesthetic ends. She is the Executive Director of the nonprofit organization Music Therapy Gateway in Communications, Inc., and a frequent guest speaker at both national and regional conferences, discussing the use of biomedical music techniques for challenged children. She has also established a series of both chamber and solo concerts to help educate diverse audiences in an overview of biomedical music protocols, and how music can be used in collaboration with improved neural learning patterns.
Teaching style includes the study of various forms of technique, theory, musical structure, music history, ear training, and literature. Specialized teaching experience includes both traditional pedagogy techniques and the use of computer technology and internet-based application training to assist in teaching children with autism. Protocols have been created for both typically and atypically developing student populations.
Music Therapy Gateway in Communication (MTGIC), Inc., Chattanooga, TN – 2003-present
Executive Director and founder of 501(c)3 nonprofit organization MTGIC. Assumed total responsibility for start-up paperwork efforts, including collaboration with state of Tennessee and IRS to create the corporation and gain its 501(c)3 status, recruiting the board of directors, and obtaining initial funding with grants efforts. Since start-up, maintained responsibility for all work needed for logistic, creative, and collaborative responsibilities.
Tennessee Valley Authority, Chattanooga, TN – 1992-2001
Database Administrator supporting Oracle 7.x and 8.x databases. Responsible for database design, backup and recovery, data migration, implementing new vendor products and interfacing with vendor representatives.
Programmer Analyst supporting all IT functions related to telecommunications systems in TVA. Systems designed, built, and implemented included reporting, automatic payment, long distance billing, cell phone billing, local billing, leased pagers, internal pagers, and departmental chargeback. Also responsible for development of bar-coding systems for corporate wide materials management system.
Westinghouse Communications Software, Stamford, CT – 1990-1992
Project Manager for Communications Management System II (CMSII), a telephone/data management system comprised of approximately 160 on-line screens, 1200 programs, 200 files, and an I/O subsystem. Responsible for analysis, design, and software implementation as well as being primary technical contact point for all customers. Served as the technical liaison with Systems stuff in all areas of CICS and DASD management. Responsible for intensive testing of upgrades for CISC region and mainframe disk devices.
Aetna Life & Casualty, Windsor, CT – 1984-1989
Project Leader/Senior Systems Analyst of the Bond Processing System. Developed specifications and participated in programing, testing, and implementation of new system feature and modification to the on-line and batch processing facilities. Served as the technical focal point to the area, participated in and coordinated resource planning and system software upgrades. Provided training to team members, introduced new tools and methods to the department.
Doctorate of Musical Arts (DMA), University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (2008)
Master of Music (MM), University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN (1996)
Bachelor of Music (BM), Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford, Hartford, CT (1983)
Fellowship training, Robert J. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy, Center for Biomedical Research in Music, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (2005)
Basic training, Robert J. Unkefer Academy of Neurologic Music Therapy, Center for Biomedical Research in Music, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO (2002)
Jack Winerock, University of Kansas (2002-2008)
Zitta Zohar, University of Kansas master class (2008)
Yakov Kasman, 1997 Van Cliburn silver medalist (2001-2006)
Yoheved Kaplinsky, Van Cliburn Institute master class (2001)
Thomas Ungar, Van Cliburn Institute master class (2001)
Thomas Labe, University of TN at Chattanooga (1994-1996)
Luiz de Moura Castro, Hartt School of Music (1980-1985)
Loren Hollender, Hartt School of Music master class (1981)
Charles Bruck (coach), Hartt School of Music (1983-1985)
Database Management – Oracle SQL (Structured Query Language), IBM DB2 SQL, Microsoft SQL Server 6.5, IBM VSAM (Virtual Storage Access Method), IBM DB DL/I (Database Data Language/Interfacing).
UNIX Programming – Sybase PowerBuilder, MicroFocus COBOL (Common-Business-Oriented Language).
Mainframe Programming – IBM CICS (Customer Information Control System), ANSI COBOL, IBM DFHSM (Data Facility Hierarchical Storage Manager) Utilities, CA Easytrieve Plus, IBM JCL (Job Control Language) IBM-compatible SAS (Statistical Analysis System).
Award - Hartt School of Music (The University of Hartford) 2017 Alumni of the year.
Award - CoLab of Chattanooga's "Will This Float" contest. First place for pitching the idea of automating biomedical music protocols into software.
Grant - Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Build Communities (via ArtsBuild of Chattanooga) - Funding to continue the concert series to disseminate information on how the arts can help improve neural networks. Dance of the Neural Tango project will include concerts, workshops, and lectures as well as working with local medical facilities to get musicians in to play in public areas to advocate for the cause of music in therapy – 2016.
Grant - University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Collaborative Research Initiative for Sponsored Programs (CRISP) - Funding in partnership with UTC Department of Physical Therapy to determine if Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) will assist persons who have early stage cancer who are more likely to have Exercise Deficiency Disorder (EDD) – 2016.
Grant - Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Build Communities (via ArtsBuild of Chattanooga) - Funding to continue the concert series to disseminate information on how the arts can help improve neural networks. Dance of the Neural Tango project will include concerts, workshops, and lectures to advocate for the cause of music in therapy – 2015.
Grant - Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Build Communities (via ArtsBuild of Chattanooga) - Funding to continue the Concert Music N.O.T.E.S (Neural Optimization Through Essential Styles) project to disseminate information on how the arts can help improve neural networks – 2014.
Grant - Tennessee Arts Commission, Arts Build Communities (via ArtsBuild of Chattanooga) - Funding to initiate the Concert Music N.O.T.E.S project to disseminate information on how the arts can help improve neural networks – 2013.
Grant - The UnFoundation of Chattanooga - Funding to initiate the Concert Music N.O.T.E.S project to help disseminate information on how the arts can help improve neural networks – 2013.
Member of Board, Jan Pennington Gray Harp Scholarship – 2011-present.
Award - Heartspring Award for Innovation and Creativity in Special Education - Honorable Mention – 2009.
Award - Nomination to Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society for outstanding academic achievement – 2007.
Grant - Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga in partnership with Orange Grove Center - Training local therapeutic professionals at Orange Grove in the utilization of biomedical music techniques – 2007.
Member of Board, American Association of Multi-Sensory Environments – 2006-present.
Grant - CVS Cares - Initiate software specification design to automate biomedical music techniques – 2006.
Grant - Community Foundation of Greater Chattanooga in partnership with the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - Biomedical music lab creation on the UTC campus – 2005.
Award - Women of Distinction Award - Tennessee Valley Board of Directors awards outstanding women in the TVA workforce for community involvement utilizing musical arts – 1998.
Award - George B. Westinghouse Award of Excellence for outstanding leadership in the workforce – 1991.
The Neurosciences and Music VI - Music, Sound, and Health conference 2017 - Impact of RAS (Rythmic Auditory Stimulation) on physical activity levels and ambulatory walking behaviors of children with special medical needs. Harvard Medical School - Boston, MA
Neural Entrainment and Rhythm Dynamics (NERD) conference 2017 - Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation (RAS) for children with autism utilized in both traditional and innovative pathways. Harvard Medical School - Boston, MA
Hartt School of Music (The University of Hartford) 2017 - commencement speech, acceptance of 2017 Alumni of the year, Lincoln Theater, University of Hartford - Hartford, CT
The Company Lab (CoLab) spring accelerator showcase 2017 - Unveiling the prototype: Automation of Musical Attention Control Training (MACT) into a software app that can be used on a mobile device. The Granfalloon - Chattanooga, TN
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Research Dialogues 2017 - Impact of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Physical Activity Levels and Ambulatory Walking Behaviors of Children with Medical Needs. UTC University Center - Chattanooga, TN
Chattanooga State Community College musicianship class 2017 - A Brief Overview of Biomedical Music Techniques. Chatt State Humanities Building - Chattanooga, TN
MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) National Conference 2017 - Biomedical Music Techniques in the Music Studio and the Classroom. MTNA 2017 National Conference - Baltimore, MD
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga advanced piano pedagogy class 2017 - Working with Special Learners in the Classroom using Biomedical Music Techniques. Cadek Conservatory - Chattanooga, TN
String Theory Youth Initiative 2016 - Biomedical Music techniques: An Overiew. Southside Studio - Chattanooga, TN
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Composers Seminar 2016 - Biomedical Music Techniques and Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time. UTC Fine Arts Center - Chattanooga, TN
WUTC 88.1 "Around and About" 2016 - Concert for the End of Time: Dr. Martha Summa-Chadwick talks Music Therapy and PTSD with Jacqui Helbert. WUTC Studio - Chattanooga, TN.
WRCB-TV's "3 Plus You" TV show with Julie Edwards November 2016 - Music and the brain - a concert to highlight music in therapy. WRCB-TV studio - Chattanooga, TN
Vanderbilt University: Music Mind Society Annual Symposium: the Science of Song 2016 – Impact of Rhythmic Auditory Stimulation on Physical Activity Levels and Ambulatory Walking Behaviors of Children During the Early Phases of Cancer Treatment – Nashville, TN
DifferentBrains.com with Dr. Hackie Reitman, internet interview 2016 – Rewire your Brain to the Beat: How Music Therapy can Benefit Neurodiverse, with Martha Summa - EDB 38.
Chattanooga Autism Conference 2016 – Biomedical Music Techniques for Motor, Speech, and Cognition Challenges – Chattanooga, TN
Vanderbilt University: Pace, Pitch and Rhythm - the Essentials to Conducting Music Treatment Research workshop 2016 – Biomedical Music Techniques to Assist Persons with Motor, Speech, and Cognition Challenges – Nashville, TN
University of North Georgia undergraduate research conference, keynote speech 2016 – Biomedical Music Techniques: Overview and Collaborative Research Opportunities – Gainesville, GA
WRCB-TV's "3 Plus You" TV show with Julie Edwards, March 2016 – Music Benefits Everyone – Chattanooga, TN.
TEDxChattanooga 2016 presentation, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Fine Arts Center – Dance of the Neural Tango – Chattanooga, TN.
WGOW 102.3 FM "Chewin' the Chatt" radio show with Jed Mescon 2016 – A discussion of the benefits of music for the senior population – Chattanooga, TN.
WRCB-TV's "3 Plus You" TV show with Jed Mescon January 2016 – The benefits of music for both neuro-typical and special needs persons – Chattanooga, TN.
Cadek Conservatory of Music, pre-concert lecture 2015 – Dan Landrum Dances the Neural Tango – Chattanooga, TN.
Chattanooga Autism Center, workshop 2015 – Utilizing Biomedical Music Techniques for Persons with Autism – Chattanooga, TN.
Society for Music Perception and Cognition biannual conference 2015 – Biomedical Music Techniques to Assist Children on the Autism Spectrum – Nashville, TN.
Sequatchie County School Systems in-service teacher training 2015 – Using Biomedical Music Techniques in the Classroom – Dunlap, TN.
Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabiliation, Parkinson's Disease support group 2015 – Biomedical Music Techniques - Information and Application to Parkinson's Disease – Chattanooga, TN.
WRCB-TV's "3 Plus You" TV show with Jed Mescon June 2015 – Biomedical Music to Assist Persons with Autism – Chattanooga, TN.
Barber National Institute, in-service teacher training 2015 – Biomedical Music Techniques for Motor, Speech, and Cognition afflictions – Erie, PA.
Gannon University 2015 – Biomedical Music Techniques and the Brain – Erie, PA.
WRCB-TV's "3 Plus You" TV show with Jed Mescon April 2015 – Biomedical Music to Assist Persons with Parkinson's Disease – Chattanooga, TN.
Chattanooga State Community College 2015 – A Brief Taste of the Art and Science behind Biomedical Music Techniques – Chattanooga, TN.
Scenic Chattanooga Optimist Club 2014 – Biomedical Music Strategies for Children with Special Needs – Chattanooga, TN.
Potomac Highlands Guild, workshop for parents 2014 – Biomedical Music Strategies for Parents of Children with Special Needs – Keyser, WV.
Potomac Highlands Guild Board of Social Work Examiners, workshop for therapists and educators 2014 – Music and Neuroscience: Using Music to Enhance Neurological Function for Improvements in Cognition, Sensorimotor Function, and Speech Production – Keyser, WV.
Tennessee Arts Commission, Create 2014 – Biomedical Music Strategies – L & N STEM Academy, Knoxville, TN
Hartt School of Music 2014 – Tales of the Neural Tango, a workshop concert – University of Hartford – Hartford, CT.
Hartt School of Music 2014 – Paranov Hour – Ideas to Integrate Music with Learning, University of Hartford – Hartford, CT.
American Association of Multi-Sensory Environments – advanced training biomedical music module 2014 – Biomedical Music Strategies for persons with motor, speech, and cognitive disorders, Orange Grove Center – Chattanooga, TN.
Mothers Moving Mountains Autism Support Organization 2013 – Biomedical Music Strategies for Children with Autism – Chattanooga, TN.
Benton County, Tennessee, in-service teacher training 2013 – The Exceptional Learner in the Elementary School Classroom: Ideas for Differentiated Instruction – Camden, TN.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga musicianship class 2013 – Play Long and Prosper – Chattanooga, TN.
TMTA (Tennessee Music Teachers Association) state conference 2013 – The Exceptional Learner in the Music Classroom: Ideas for Differentiated Instruction – Chattanooga, TN.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 2012 – The Exceptional Learner in the Music Classroom: Ideas for Differentiated Instruction – Chattanooga, TN.
Chattanooga Collegiate Chapter of MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) 2011 – Outside the Box: Teaching Music to Students with Special Needs – Chattanooga, TN.
Southeastern Autism Symposium 2009 – Neuro Music Protocols and Neurological Function – Cleveland,TN.
Orange Grove Center 2008 – Three day training session in collaboration with University of Kansas and Colorado State University. All educators, physical and occupational therapists and speech therapists were offered training in Biomedical music techniques – Chattanooga, TN.
Chattanooga Mayor’s Council on Disabilities 2007 – An explanation of how Biomedical music techniques help persons with special needs, and a concert to celebrate the techniques – Chattanooga, TN
Southeastern Autism Symposium 2007 – Computer Technology to Assist with Cognition Processes for Persons with Autism – Cleveland, TN.
Southeastern Autism Symposium 2006 – Approaches in Neurologic Music Therapy for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders – Cleveland, TN.
American Music Therapy Association National Conference 2006 – Computer Technology to Assist with Cognition Processes for Persons with Autism – Kansas City, KS.
Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges Southeastern Regional Conference 2005 – A Computerized System for Neurologic Music Therapy – Hickory, NC.
TMTA State Conference 2004 - Approaches in Neurologic Music Therapy for the Music Teacher with Special Needs Children – Chattanooga, TN
MTNA (Music Teachers National Association) National Conference 2004 - Approaches in Neurologic Music Therapy for the Music Teacher with Special Needs Children – Kansas City, KS
Graduate Education Class, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga 2003 - Approaches in Music Therapy for Consideration by Secondary and Middle School Teachers – Chattanooga, TN
World Piano Pedagogy Conference 2003 - Approaches in Neurologic Music Therapy for the Music Teacher with Special Needs Children – Nashville, TN
Chattanooga Autism Advisory Board - 2003 Music Therapy Gateway in Communication, a project using Neurologic Music Therapy – Chattanooga, TN
CMTA (Chattanooga Music Teachers Association) 2002 - The Van Cliburn Institute – Chattanooga, TN
CMTA 2001 - Memorization – Thought patterns, Coping Skills, and Perspective in Performance – Chattanooga, TN
Bryan College, guest lecture Piano Pedagogy class 1997 - Piano music of the 20th century, a historical and theoretical approach – Dayton, TN
CMTA 1997 - Piano music of the 20th century, a historical and theoretical approach – Chattanooga, TN
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2016). "Synesthesia, PTSD, and Chamber Music: A Concert to Celebrate the Benefits of Music for Therapy" Online blog at DifferentBrains.com, November 2016.
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2016). "The Benefits of Music for Therapy and the Neurodiverse" Online blog at DifferentBrains.com, August 2016.
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2016). "The Neural Tango Plays On" Online blog at DifferentBrains.com, June 2016.
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2015). "Dance of the Neural Tango" Educational Events in Tennessee, Exceptional Parent Magazine, October 2015, 5
Summa-Chadwick, M., Weiser, S. (2015). The Power of Therapeutic Music Through the Eyes of Compositional Legends, Exceptional Parent Magazine, March 2015, 46-48
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2009). The Power of Music. Exceptional Parent Magazine, July 2009, 70-74.
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2008). Music – A Gateway to Reaching Developmental Processes of Children with Special Needs, ProQuest Dissertations, Ann Arbor, MI.
Summa-Chadwick, M. (2006). MTGIC in Chattanooga. Exceptional Parent Magazine, February 2006, 70-71.
Harris, B., Summa-Chadwick, M. (2005). A Computerized System for Neurologic Music Therapy, Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, volume 21, issue 2.
Solo Piano – Encapsulated representative performances over the last five years include solo recital performances of different programs in various locations across the country. Programs have included an all-Medtner lecture recital as well as a showcase program of lesser-known works by Wölfl, Bernstein, and Tjeknavorian. Current recital program highlights works by composers with neural dysfunction.
Chamber Music – Martha is in demand as both a collaborative artist and chamber player. Typical chamber concerts over the last five years include concerts performed in combination with technical presentations and pre-concert lectures demonstrating the scientific elements of music. Repertoire emphasizes works by composers with neural dysfunction (Messiaen, Beethoven). Presentations can be made available at local hospitals and rehabilitation centers to disseminate information to the therapeutic staff.
Harpsichord soloist – Guest artist appearances with the Huntsville Alabama Symphony 1999, 2006, and 2007.
Piano Concerto soloist – Eight appearances in Pennsylvania (Erie Chamber Orchestra), New York (Syracuse Symphony), Maine (Pierre Monteaux Domaine School), Connecticut (Hartt School of Music), and Massachusetts (Holyoke Civic Orchestra).
Orchestral player – Keyboard player for multiple performances with the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra from 2010 to present.
Note: Sample programs of prior performances available on request.
Director of the Chattanooga Harp Ensemble from 2012 to 2015. The Ensemble, an outreach program of the Jan Pennington Gray Harp Scholarship, performs two sets of programs twice a year and consists of twelve to sixteen harpers playing ensemble music ranging in style from Renaissance, Scottish, Irish, Folk, to many other varied styles of music. Responsible for music selection, musical coaching, and conducting the ensemble.
Solo Piano Major Works
Bach Italienisches Konzert
Bach English Suite No. 2 in A Minor
Bach French Suite No. 5 in G Major
Bach Various preludes and fugues from the Well Tempered Clavier I and II
Barber Nocturne, Op. 33
Beethoven Sonata, Op. 13
Beethoven Sonata, Op. 27, No. 2
Beethoven Sonata, Op. 31, No. 2
Beethoven Sonata, Op. 57
Beethoven Sonata Op. 110
Bernstein Sonata for the Piano
Brahms Various pieces from Klavierstucke Op. 79, Op. 117, Op. 118, Op. 119
Chopin Ballades 1, 2, and 4
Chopin Fantasie Impromptu
Debussy L’Isle Joyeuse
Debussy Various Preludes from Book 1
Debussy Pour le Piano Suite
DeFalla Pieces Espangoles
Ginastera Dances Argentinas, Op. 2
Granados Goyescas 4 and 5
Granados Spanish Pieces
Mendelssohn Various works from Songs without Words
Messiaen Le Baiser de l’Enfant-Jésus, from the Vingt Regards
Liszt "Suisse" Annees de Pelerange – VI. Vallee d’Obermann
Medtner Fairy Tale Op. 14, No. 2 (March of the Paladin)
Medtner Fairy Tale Op. 20, No. 1
Medtner Fairy Tale Op. 53, No. 3
Medtner Sonata-Reminiscenza, Op. 38, No. 1
Medtner Sonata Tragica, Op. 39, No. 5
Mozart Rondo in A Minor, K. 511
Mozart Sonata in A Minor, K. 310
Piazzolla Tangos, various
Prokofieff Sonata No. 7 in B flat Major, Op. 83
Rachmaninoff Corelli Variations
Rachmaninoff Etude-Tableau No. 5, Op. 39
Schubert Impromptus 2 and 4, Op. 90
Schumann Waldszenen, Op. 82
Scriabin Etude in D sharp Minor
Tjeknavorian Fantastic Dances for Piano, Op. 2
Wölfl Grand Sonata for the Piano Forte, Op. 25
Beethoven Piano Concerto no. 5 in E flat, Op. 73
Beethoven Concerto in D major Op. 61 - (nach dem Konzert fur Violine und Orchester)
Beethoven Fantasy in C minor for Piano, Chorus, and Orchestra, Op. 80
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Mozart Concerto no. 20 in D minor, K466
Rachmaninoff Concerto no. 2 in C Minor
Ravel Concerto in G
Schumann Concerto in A Minor, Op. 54
Other Orchestral Piano Solos
Bloch Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra and Piano obbligato
Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 5
Duo Piano Repertoire
Bach Concerto for Two Pianos in C Major
Bartok Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion
Brahms Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op. 56b
Debussy En Blanc et Noir
Katz Sonata for Two Pianos (- "the two key" -)
Liszt Les Preludes for Two Pianos
Lutoslawski Variations on a Theme by Paganini
Mozart Adagio and Fugue, K 426
Poulenc Sonate pour deux pianos
Rachmaninoff Fantasy (1st Suite) Op. 5
Rachmaninoff 2nd Suite Op. 17
Saint-Saens Carnival of the Animals
Schumann Andante and Variations for Two Pianos
Stravinsky Petrushka Ballet for Two Pianos arr. by Stravinsky
Chamber Music with Three or More Players
Beethoven Trio in B flat Major, Op. 11 for Cello, Clarinet, and Piano
Bolling Suite for Flute and Jazz Piano
Brahms Piano Quartet in G Minor, Op. 25
Brahms Piano Quintet in F Minor, Op. 34
Brahms Trio for Piano, Violin, and French horn, Op. 40
Britten Canticle III, Op. 55 "Still Falls the Rain" for Tenor, French horn, and Piano
Chausson Chanson Perpetuelle
Messiaen Quartet for the End of Time
Piazzolla Estaciones Porteñas (Four Seasons of Buenos Aires) arranged for Piano, Violin, and Cello
Poulenc Trio for Piano, Bassoon, and Oboe
Quantz Trio Sonata in C Minor for Flute, Oboe, and Continuo
Schoenberg Pierrot Lunaire
Schumann Piano Quintet in E flat Major, Op. 44
Schumann Piano Quartet in E flat Major, Op. 47
Shostakovich Trio in E minor, Op. 67
Temko Still Voices (world premiere) for singers and chamber musicians
Weber Trio Op. 63 for Piano, Flute, and Cello
Webern Quartet for Clarinet, Saxophone, Piano, and Violin, Op. 22
Wilder Suite for French horn, Tuba, and Piano
Sonata/Duo Collaboration with Other Instruments
Abril Fantasia for Clarinet and Piano
Bach Oboe sonata in G Minor
Bach Sonata no. 1 in G Major for Viola
Beethoven Sonata in F Major for French horn and Piano, Op. 17
Beethoven Sonata No. 5 in F Major, Op. 24 for Violin and Piano – "Spring"
Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in G major, Op. 30 no. 3 for Violin and Piano
Beethoven Sonata No. 9 in A, Op. 47 for Violin and Piano - "Kreutzer"
Brahms Sonata in E Minor, Op. 38 for Cello and Piano
Brahms Sonata in F Major, Op. 99 for Cello and Piano
Brahms Sonata No. 1 in F Minor for Viola (and Clarinet)
Brahms Sonata No. 2 in E flat Major for Viola (and Clarinet)
Brahms Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108 for Violin and Piano
Casterede Sonatine pour Trombone et Piano
Copland Duo for Violin and Piano
Corelli Sonata in G Minor for French horn
Debussy Sonata for Violin and Piano
DeFalla Suite Populaire Espagnole for Violin and Piano
Faure Sonata in A for Violin and Piano
Franck Sonata in A for Violin and Piano
Gershwin/Heifitz arrangements from Porgy and Bess for Violin and Piano
Handel Sonata arranged for Tuba and Piano
Hindemith Der Schwanendreher for Viola and Piano
Hindemith Sonata for Bassoon and Piano
Hindemith Sonata for Trombone and Piano
Hindemith Sonata for Tuba and Piano
Kennan Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
Messiaen Theme and Variations for Violin and Piano
Milhaud Sonatine for Flute and Piano
Misek Sonata in A Major, Op. 5 No. 2 for Double Bass and Piano
Mozart Sonata No. 4 in E Minor, K. 304 for Violin and Piano
Mozart Sonata in B flat, K. 454 for Violin and Piano
Mozart Sonata in A, K. 526 for Violin and Piano
Mozart Sonata No. 15 in B flat Major, K. 454 for Violin and Piano
Muczynski Sonata for Flute and Piano, Op. 14
Poulenc Sonata for Clarinet and Piano
Poulenc Sonata for Flute and Piano
Proto Sonata "1963" for Double Bass and Piano
Purcell Sonata in D for Trumpet
Saint-Saens Sonata for Oboe and Piano
Schubert Sonata in G Minor, D408 for Violin and Piano
Schubert Sonata in A Minor for Double Bass and Piano, "Arpeggione"
Schumann Drei Romanzen for Oboe
Schumann Fantasiestücke, Op. 73 for Violin and Piano
Schumann (Clara) Three Romances for Violin and Piano, Op. 22
Shostakovitch Sonata for Viola and Piano
Sibbing Sonata for Tuba and Piano
Tanner Sonata for Marimba and Piano
Telemann Sonata in F Minor for Bassoon and Piano
Telemann Oboe Sonata in A Minor
Turina Ciclo Plateresco for Harp and Piano
Vivaldi Sonata No. 6 in G Minor arranged for Saxophone
Weber Grand Duo Concertante for Clarinet and Piano, Op. 48
Vocal Literature Accompaniments
Beethoven An Die Ferne Geliebte
Debussy Quatre Chansons de Jeunesse
Schumann Frauenliebe und Leben
Many songs of Brahms, Debussy, Faure, Schubert, Schumann, Strauss, Wolf
Musicals Accompanied / Performed
Annie - Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Martin Charnin
Baby - Music by David Shire, Lyrics by Richard Maltby, Jr.
Bye Bye Birdie - Music by Charles Strouse, Lyrics by Lee Adams
Cole - Music & Lyrics by Cole Porter
Do I Hear A Waltz - Music by Richard Rodgers, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Evita - Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Lyrics by Tim Rice
Godspell - Music & Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Gypsy - Music by Jule Styne, Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Half a Sixpence - Music & Lyrics by David Heneker
Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris - Music and Lyrics by Jacques Brel
Merrily We Roll Along - Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Nine - Music & Lyrics by Maury Yeston
The Rink - Music by John Kander, Lyrics by Fred Ebb
The Rothschilds - Music by Jerry Bock, Lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
Sunday in the Park with George - Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Sweeney Todd - Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Take Me Along - Music & Lyrics by Bob Merrill
They're Playing Our Song - Music by Marvin Hamlisch, Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager
Operas Accompanied / Performed
Amahl and the Night Visitors - Gian Carlo Menotti
The Ballad of the Bremen Band - Dennis Arlan
Il Barbiere di Siviglia - Giovanni Paisiello
La Cenerentola - Gioachina Rossini
Gianni Schicchi - Giacomo Puccini
Hänsel und Gretel - Engelbert Humperdinck
Nosferatu - Alva Henderson/Dana Gioia
The Old Maid and the Thief - Gian Carlo Menotti
Pelleas and Melisande - Claude Debussy
La Serva Padrona - G.B. Pergolesi
Suor Angelica - Giacomo Puccini