Concert Dates 2016-2017
August 20th 8pm - Damn Magpies at the Edmonton International Fringe Festival, hosted by New Music Edmonton - Wee Book Inn on Whyte Avenue
September 17 6pm - See You, Or Something, In September: The Sequel as part of New Music Edmonton's concert season. Holy Trinity Anglican Church, Edmonton. Performing Solo by Klas Torstensson for amplified bass saxophone.
October 4 8pm - Mark Segger Quacktet at the Yardbird Suite, Edmonton. Avant-garde jazz arrangements by drummer Mark Segger.
January 29 - damn magpies in concert at Spazio Performativo. An improvisation sextet based in Edmonton with violin, flute, percussion, saxophone, electronics, and found oddities.
February 16-18 - North American Saxophone Alliance Regional Conference, Edmonton, Alberta. Co-hosting with the city's three major music departments: The University of Alberta, King's University College, and Grant MacEwan University. Performing Sakana by Dai Fujikura and Sur Les Ondes by Francois-Hugues Leclair with flutist Petar Dundjerski. Also performing with the Edmonton Saxophone Quartet.
April 13-15 - Pôle Enseignement Supérieur de Musique de Bordeaux (France) guest masterclasses with the students of Marie-Bernadette Charrier and concert featuring the works of André Mestre, André Ribeiro, and Rodrigo Bussad.
May 27 - i Coristi Chamber Choir performance of pieces for choir and saxophone by Christopher Marshall and William Albright. Holy Trinity Anglican Church
June 10 - New Music for Flutes - performing "All Together Now!" by Heather Hindman at Chenoa Anderson's flute recital in Edmonton.
June 27 - "With Bated Breath: Expectations and Motivations in Music Performance From Both Sides of the Music Stand" lecture and performance at New York University's Center for Behavioral Statistics and the Study of Motivated Perception Summer Internship Program