Music Arranger & Composer
Focusing primarily on the classical repertoire, I have orchestrated and arranged numerous solo, chamber, orchestral, and operatic works, as well as lieder, by composers such as Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Canteloube, Chopin, Clarke, Delibes, Donizetti, El-Dabh, Faure, Franck, Handel, Franz Lehar, Massenet, Mendelssohn, Monti, Mouret, Mozart, Mussorgsky, Pachelbel, Piazzolla, Rameau, Satie, Johann Strauss II, Richard Strauss, Schubert, Vivaldi, Wagner, and many others.
My arranging experience includes engagements by the Chagrin Valley Chamber Music Concert Series, The Cleveland Opera, the San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, and the English Symphony Orchestra. In addition to working on such commissions, I have created freegigmusic.com, a website dedicated to making much-needed sheet music available to working musicians. Featuring my own arrangements of commonly requested pieces, which are available for free while adhering to standards of high quality, the site currently serves over 1000 visitors a day from all over the world.
I am also capable of transcribing audio sources into a written format (i.e. write down what I hear from an mp3 or other audio format.)
When requested to input an existing piece of music into a neat and professional format, I am a careful, conscientious, and competent music engraver.
Lastly, I enjoy writing music of my own and have written several commissioned compositions for the Stanton Middle School Orchestra, Faith Lutheran Church Choir and Bell Choir, and various private engagements and chamber concerts.
If you are in need of any of the services listed above, please consider my services.
Prices vary depending on the complexity of the project. However, to give you an idea, my rates for engraving range from $15 to $35 per page, depending on the density of the music.
I quote a flat rate for the completion of a project.
Please get in touch with me if you believe I can be of help with your next music project! email@example.com
Please note that all orders are accepted on the understanding that you are the owner of the copyright for the work, or that you have obtained appropriate permission or license from the copyright holder.