Current Projects

Wakantanhan Hotan'inpe

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I am excited to announce that I am currently in talks with Hal Leonard about publishing a TTBB men's choir piece.  More info soon.

South Dakota State University

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Mnicakmun will be arranged for the SDSU wind ensemble in conjunction with a week long residency on campus.

Cinco Ranch High School

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My old high school: I will be writing an SATB a capella arrangement of the almamater as a commission from director, friend, former teacher, and all around wonderful person, Mrs. Dorothy Wilson.

2020 International Low Flute Festival | JAPAN

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My piece for flute choir "inipi alowan" will be performed March, 2020 in Japan.

Wakantanhan hotan'inpe

"From above, they are making their voices heard," is what the phrase Wakantanhan Hotan'inpe means.  This song is a Lakota traditional that I have rewritten using varying rhythms and harmony, as well as the addition of a powwow drum and native flute.


Talks are currently underway with Hal Leonard to publish this piece.  More information will come available in the near future.


Wankantanhan Hotan-inpe ye.

Hotan'inpe yelo.

Hena kinyan Wakinyan oyate ca Hotan'inpe ye.

Hotan'inpe yelo.


From above, they are making their voices heard.

They are making their voices heard.

The Thunder Nation is flying so they are making their voices heard.

They are making their voices heard.

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