Wicked Reflections

 

The Times Union Performing Arts Center, my home away from home while doing the show


I am so grateful to have had the chance to perform in Wicked the Musical the last two weeks of November.  It also gave me a chance to visit friends and family from Florida and spend the Thanksgiving Holiday together.  In addition to connecting with loved ones, I also spoke about being a professional freelancing musician in the modern age at my high school, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts.  It was a great couple of weeks!

Jacksonville is also known as the “River City”

Ready to be “Wicked!”

The wonderful wind Section – Stoko Miserlioski on clarinet/saxophones and John Romeri on flutes/piccolo

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