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  • Perform before live audiences.
  • Sing as a soloist or as a member of a band.
  • Compose songs and create arrangements.
  • Score film and animation. 
  • Self-produce recordings of band and solo music.
  • Self-promote live shows and new releases.
  • Design graphics for posters, album covers, etc. 


  • Practice musical instrument performances, individually or in rehearsal with other musicians, to master individual pieces of music and to maintain and improve skills.
  • Play from memory or by following scores.
  • Transpose music to alternate keys, or to fit individual styles or purposes.
  • Improvise music during performances.


  • Understand project requirements and show up on time for scheduled rehearsals and services.
  • Practice required ensembles and pieces alone, as well as with other musicians.
  • Collaborate with singers and musicians.
  • Notify members in a timely manner if ill, running late, or unable to perform or show up.
  • Attend ongoing training and music development workshops or lectures.
  • Reading, writing, and making edits to musical notation when required.


  • Performed live shows with production cast of singers and dancers daily, memorizing approximately six hours of music.
  • Taught beginner-intermediate keyboard instruction topassengers of all ages.
  • Memorized evolving catalog of 600+ live karaoke songs with 25+ new additions every quarter.
  • Provided live pianist services for weddings, bar mitzvahs, and other special events as needed.


  • Pianist in a jazz/classical ensemble 
  • Multiple performances for the highly coveted “Music at Noon” in downtown Sacramento. Performances featured Sacramento Philharmonic Violinist Ingrid Peters, and studio session harmonic player Rags Murtagh