Michael is thrilled to perform again to the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and the ebullient Erin Freeman. RSO audiences might remember him from Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham and The Toy Symphony in 2011; and Peter and the Wolf in 2010.
Since 2004 he has been a frequent guest artist with The Philadelphia Orchestra’s popular Family Concerts, presenting vaudeville-inspired performances of classic stories for young audiences.
Other family concert performances include the orchestras of Milwaukee, Charlotte, Princeton, Annapolis, Lincoln, New Haven, Harrisburg, Kennett, and the Westchester Philharmonic.
This season he will present: Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham, with soprano Kimberly Schroeder, with the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and Illinois Symphony Orchestra; Peter and the Wolf with Tulane University and James Madison University; The Story of Babar with the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra; The Carnival of the Animals with New Jersey’s Symphony in C; and Mozart’s Toy Symphony with the Illinois Symphony Orchestra, and the University of Delaware’s Master Players Concert Series with internationally renowned violinist Xiang Gao.
Upcoming debuts: In November 2012 he will make his National Symphony Orchestra debut in Beyond the Score: Shostakovich Symphony No. 4. In June 2013 he will make his Canadian debut with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra performing Peter and the Wolf and Dr. Seuss’s Green Eggs and Ham. In March 2014 he will debut with the Victoria Symphony, in British Columbia, performing Tubby the Tuba.
Michael’s theatre credits include American Players Theatre, Delaware Theatre Company, Enchantment Theatre Company, Resident Ensemble Players (REP), First State Children’s Theater Company, and the Utah and Baltimore Shakespeare festivals.
Michael is a graduate of the Professional Theatre Training Program at the University of Delaware, and co-founder of
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