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Bonanno, Angelique

Angelique Bonanno, Esq.

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2018

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

California State University, Dominguez Hills, Bachelor of Arts in Communications.

Western State University College of Law, Juris Doctorate

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

She is the recipient of two American Jurisprudence Bancroft – Whitney Awards

 

4. Hobbies

Walking her dogs

Bio

Angelique Bonanno is a Certified Family Law attorney, certified by the State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization. She has been a member of the California State Bar since 1998. She is also an adjunct Family Law Professor for LaVerne College of Law, and she presents live Family Law lectures for the National Business Institute.

 

She is dedicated to her clients, persistent, and task-oriented, always taking her role seriously in order to achieve the best possible results for her clients. She is a member of a number of legal organizations, including the Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, the Western San Bernardino County Bar Association, Lex Romana/Italian Lawyers Association, the East/West Family Law Council, and the Inland Empire Legal Association for Women. She is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Ms. Bonanno is a member of the Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, is listed in Cambridge Who’s Who, and was 2018 Lawyer of the Year for the East/West Family Law Council.

Angelique Bonanno
Ruth Chafin

Ruth Chafin

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2020

2. Where did you go to school? 

I graduated with a B.A from California State University at Long Beach

Attended some classes California State University at San Bernardino

3. Fun fact about yourself 

She is a Bride-to-Be!

I played co-ed roller hockey for 5 years after 50

I graduated from River Rafting Guide Training at the age of 49

4. Hobbies

Holiday Decorating

Setting everything at a 45-degree angle

Bio

Ruthie Chafin, the founder of Interior Network and current owner of Redlands-based Ruth Chafin Interior Design, is a general contractor and interior designer specializing in kitchen and bath remodeling. A longtime member of the Symphony’s Volunteer Guild, the San Bernardino native is a recent recipient of the League of Women Voter’s Citizen of Achievement Award.

Ruth Chafin
Evans Tim

Tim Evans

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2017

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

Loma Linda University – M.Div. Theology and History

Andrews University – BA. Theology and History

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

He has observed 7/8ths of all the bird species in North America

 

4. Hobbies

Bird watching

Bio

Tim Evans was born in London in the United Kingdom and became a naturalized American citizen as a child. He is the founder and CEO of The Unforgettables Foundation which provides funding toward the cost of dignified burials for the children of economically disadvantaged parents. In this role, he has created some of the most unique and meaningful events in the region for the Foundation, including the Unforgettable Heart Awards which highlights nonprofit and community leaders from throughout the region, the “Lights for Little Lives” Walk in memory of the children of the families his organization has assisted, the “Battle of the Badges” first responders car wash, and the annual Children and Families in Crisis Conference

Tim Evens
Dr. Peter Eveland

Dr. Peter Eveland

Board Member

1.  What year did you first join the Board? 

2022

2.  Where did you go to school? 

  1. Cincinnati Christian University, A.A. Church Music

  2. Wilmington College of Ohio, B.S. Psychology

  3. University of Dayton, M.S., Social Agency Counseling

  4. University of Cincinnati, Ed.D., Counselor Education, and Supervision

3. Fun fact about yourself 

Former Staff Organist for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Delta Queen Steamboat Company.

4.  Hobbies

  1. Playing the piano and theatre organ

  2. Photography

  3. Enjoying nature

Bio

Dr. Peter Eveland was a child prodigy who began performing professionally on the organ and piano at eleven years of age. He was regularly featured on radio and television programs as a youth and became a National Staff Artist for the Wurlitzer Musical Instrument Company; the youngest member and only organist admitted into the Louisiana Jazz Club Hall of Fame, All-Stars Division; Staff Organist for the Cincinnati Stingers Hockey Team; and achieved a national release of his own compositions on the famed Seven B Jazz Label out of New Orleans.

 

Dr. Eveland went on to own three businesses, prior to returning to obtain graduate degrees. He has been working in academic medicine in senior leadership positions for the past 28 years including at the University of Washington, Florida State University, and Mercer University. In addition, Dr. Eveland served as founding leadership that created four new MD granting schools of medicine. He currently serves as the Executive Vice Dean for the California University of Science and Medicine.

Peter Eveland
Jeffrey Torres

Jeffrey Torres, Esq.

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2024

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

Juris Doctorate (J.D.) - University of La Verne College of Law

Master of Education (M.Ed.) - University of La Verne

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - University of California, Berkeley

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

I used to work as a cast member at Disneyland before attending law school.

4. Hobbies

Reading, cooking, traveling, stargazing, and golfing.

Bio

Jeffrey Torres is an attorney working for Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo. At AALRR, he represents school districts and educational entities throughout California in both general education and special education law. Before Mr. Torres became an attorney, he worked for AALRR as a law clerk while attending law school.

 

Previously, Mr. Torres has also worked as a legal intern at the Office of General Counsel at Los Angeles Unified School District and worked for six years in various capacities at San Bernardino City Unified School District. He graduated with a B.A. in Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He also received both an M.Ed. in Educational Leadership and a J.D. law degree at the University of La Verne. He is currently pursuing an LL.M. in Higher Education Law at the Samford University Cumberland School of Law.

 

During law school, Mr. Torres was elected the President of the Student Bar Association, the law school’s student government. He also competed against dozens of other law schools throughout the country in three National Moot Court competitions where he wrote an original U.S. Supreme Court brief and argued in front of a panel of appellate judges on issues that ranged from 4th Amendment search & seizure, tribal gambling law, and affirmative action in college admissions. He is most proud of winning “Best Petitioner Brief” during the Appellate Advocacy Competition where his brief defended a public school district on Establishment Clause issues. He was presented with various awards such as the CALI Excellence for the Future Award, the Certificate of Achievement in Legal Research, a Fellowship in the Terrence E. Deal Leadership Institute, the 30 Most Influential Leaders Under 30 awarded by the California State Assembly Majority Leader, and various scholarships from entities that included the Federal Bar Association of the Inland Empire. Additionally, Mr. Torres is a member of the Hispanic Bar Association of the Inland Empire.

Lloyd Garrison
Dr. Jessica Getman

Dr. Jessica Getman

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

PhD from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

I am a massive science fiction nerd.

 

4. Hobbies

Reading

Making music

Off-roading

Baking

Bio

Dr. Jessica Getman is a film musicologist, with an emphasis on television studies and science fiction media. Her Ph.D. dissertation at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, was on music and social discourse in the original series of Star Trek, and she is currently editing a collection of essays on music in that franchise for the publisher Routledge.

 

She has previously published on George Gershwin, mid-twentieth century television advertising, amateur music-making, music in science fiction, and women composers in film.

 

As an Assistant Professor of Music at Cal State San Bernardino, she is excited to be sharing share her interests in screen media, popular music, amateur music, critical editing, historically-informed performance practice, and twentieth-century American music with the community. 

Dr. Jessica Getman
Keefe, Erin

Dr. Erin Keefe

Board Member

1.  What year did you first join the Board? 

2021

 

2.  Where did you go to school? 

St. Martha’s School of Nursing: Diploma in Nursing

University of Victoria: Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Walden University: Master of Science in Nursing Education

Walden University: Doctorate in Education (Higher Education and Adult Learning)

 

3.  Fun fact about yourself 

I grew up in Nova Scotia, Canada. (I have lived and worked in the US since 1995).

In high school, I played the French horn in the orchestra and the trumpet in the jazz band.

 

4.  Hobbies

Travel

Reading

Gardening

Spending time with my 2 dogs

Bio

Dr. Erin Keefe is currently the Chief Nurse Executive Officer at Dignity Health St. Bernardine Medical Center in San Bernardino. Erin was born in Canada and came to the U.S. in 1995. She has been a Registered Nurse for 28 years. Erin completed her undergrad studies in Canada and her MSN and Doctorate in the United States. She has worked the majority of her career in large urban trauma centers in 6 states, with a focus on caring for underserved and vulnerable populations.

Dr. Erin Keefe
Dr. Lucy Lewis
Lewis, Dr. Lucy

Dr. Lucy Lewis

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2017

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

I am a graduate of Andrews University where I received Bachelor of Music degrees in music education and violin performance as a student of Carla Trynchuk, in addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and a minor in bilingual education, magna cum laude. I also hold a Master of Music degree in violin performance, summa cum laude, from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where I studied with Piotr Milewski, and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in violin performance and pedagogy, summa cum laude, from the University of Iowa, where I studied with Scott Conklin, and was a recipient of the String Area Henry & Parker Pelzer Fellowship Award. 

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

During college, I spent a year living in South America, in Argentina, and I speak Spanish.

 

4. Hobbies

Reading

Trying new recipes

Traveling

Photography

Bio

Dr. Lucy Lewis enjoys an active career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral performer, and teaching clinician, and has appeared in these roles throughout the United States, Canada, South America, Europe, and Africa. Just having received early tenure and promotion at California State University San Bernardino, Dr. Lewis is Associate Professor of Orchestral Music Education, and coordinates the string area, directs the orchestral studies program, facilitates the string chamber music program, and teaches applied violin and viola, string methods, and string pedagogy, and maintains a small private studio. Previously, Dr. Lewis served as the director of the Loma Linda Academy String Program, and has also been on the faculties of the Preucil School of Music, the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory Preparatory Department, Southwestern and Lake Michigan Colleges, the Citadel Dance & Music Center, and the Fischoff Chamber Music Association’s Mentor Program.  She has also been a guest clinician and performer at several music festivals including the Los Angeles Suzuki Institute, the Advanced Suzuki Institute at Stanford University, and the “At First Sight” Chamber Music Sight-Reading Workshop in Tennessee.

During her time as Music Director and Conductor of the Orchestral Studies Program at California State University, San Bernardino, the program has more than doubled in size.  Dr. Lewis’s innovative season programming has featured the CSUSB Opera Theatre Program, Concert Choir & Chamber Singers, Vocal Jazz Program, and Brass Ensemble, in addition to multiple guest artists. An avid supporter of the development of young musicians, Dr. Lewis founded the CSUSB Young Artist Competition that provides finalists with the opportunity to perform as featured young artists with the orchestra.  She also annually commissions new works by the faculty and students of the CSUSB Composition Program, which are performed by the orchestra every spring.

 

Dr. Lewis is frequently engaged as an orchestral clinician and has guest conducted orchestras in California, Michigan, Tennessee, Florida, Maine, and Colorado. On tour, she has led orchestras to perform in Hawaii and Florida, and on September 30, 2019, the CSUSB Orchestra traveled to South Korea upon the invitation of Dr. Se-Ung Lee, honorary chairman of the Shin-Il Cultural Foundation Board of Directors, and the administration of Seoul Cyber University. This trip was the culmination of months of collaboration between the Shin-Il Cultural Foundation, Seoul Cyber University, and California State University, San Bernardino, and was made possible through an endowment and a grant worth $498,000 created by the Korea Foundation. The highlight of this trip was the remarkable opportunity to perform in the Seoul Arts Center IBK Chamber Hall on Tuesday, October 2, 2019.

 

This concert was curated to celebrate the growing relationship between CSUSB and Seoul Cyber University and repertoire spanned the gamut from works by Hispanic composers, to Korean art songs, to works from the heart of the canon of Western classical music.  It was an honor to feature Seoul Cyber University faculty soprano Minhyung Kim and tenor Dong Man Kim, and the night ended with a standing ovation.  The CSUSB Orchestra's tour to Korea was covered by the CSUSB Magazine, the CS Universe, and the Korea Times.  CSUSB also produced a documentary film, the first of its kind for the university, covering this experience, entitled "Flight to Harmony." Dr. Lewis is also the director of the CSUSB Orchestra, Piano, and Chamber Music Summer Camp, and serves as a clinician and adjudicator for the San Bernardino County Music Educators Association, California American String Teachers Association, and Forum Music Festivals.

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Macias Harrison, Gloria

Hon. Gloria Macias-Harrison

Board Member

1.  What year did you first join the Board? 

2009

2. Where did you go to school? 

Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts degree in Spanish Literature from the University of California, Riverside

3. Fun fact about yourself 

She’s a vegetarian

4. Hobbies

Organic Gardening

Bio

Gloria Macias Harrison has had a long history in education and public service. She obtained an Associate of Arts degree from San Bernardino Valley College, then a Bachelor of Arts degree, and a Master of Arts degree in Spanish Literature from the University of California, Riverside.

Following a more than 20-year teaching career, she became President of Crafton Hills College on July 1, 2000 and served until her retirement from that position on July 2, 2012.  She was Vice President of Instruction at Crafton Hills College for six years, and Dean of Humanities at San Bernardino Valley College for three years. She was elected to the San Bernardino Community College District Board of Trustees in 2012, representing Area 5 and still serves today.

 

Mrs. Harrison was a governor's appointee to the California Commission on the Status of Women and served on the California Council for Humanities and numerous state committees on education.  She and husband William Harrison founded, own, and operate the Inland Empire Community News chain. She joined the San Bernardino Symphony Board in 2009 and also serves on The Community Foundation, Kiwanis International, and the Crafton Hills College Foundation.  She belongs to many professional organizations and is the recipient of numerous awards.

Marzullo, Jessica

Jessica Marzullo, Esq

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2020

2. Where did you go to school? 

University of California Hastings College of the Law – Juris Doctorate

3. Fun fact about yourself 

She is the Symphony’s first second-generation Board Member!

4. Hobbies

Traveling, singing with my kids, playing board games with my friends and family members, experimenting in the kitchen, and listening to history/mystery podcasts

Bio

Jessica Marzullo is a returning board member having served prior to attending the University of California Hastings College of the Law where she earned her Juris Doctorate degree. She is also the Symphony’s first second-generation board member as her mother, Wendy Marzullo, served for many years. Marzullo and her family recently relocated to California where she is now a Managing Attorney with the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.

Jessica Marzullo
Papailler, Kristi

Kristi Papailler

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2021

2. Where did you go to school? 

University of Louisville

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

She completed a field study of tai chi for actors and Chinese performance in Beijing, Luoyang and Xian China

 

4. Hobbies

Tai Chi and Qi Gong


Bio

When Kristi Papailler was a criminal justice undergraduate student at the University of Louisville, she accepted an assistant stage manager position for a friend’s upcoming theatre show, unaware that this decision would ultimately change both her educational and career path.

Since then, Ms. Papailler, who has been a Cal State San Bernardino assistant professor of theatre arts since 2019, has immersed herself into the world of theatre as an actor, educator, director, producer and stage manager. In the classroom, she incorporates mindfulness through the practices of Tai Chi and Qi Gong and often directs shows that inspire positive social change.

 

Ms. Papailler’s first interest in theatre for positive social change grew from a strong desire to mitigate the negative images of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and women in theatre, film and television that she encountered growing up. Ms. Papailler’s passion for social change has been realized through many theatre projects, including the Juneteenth Legacy Theatre, Kentucky’s only professional African American Theatre she co-founded, which ran from 1999 to 2011. Through the theatre, she created the Emancipate and Empower program, which offered real-life solutions to oppression through dramatic expression. She also created the Sacred Heart School for the Arts and Nativity Academy Drama Change Exchange Camp, a two-week intensive course that used Theatre of the Oppressed viewpoints and improvisational techniques to address social justice issues with middle school students.

Kristi Papailler
Rodriguez Watson, Judy.

Judy Rodriguez-Watson

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2007

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from California State University, San Bernardino after a unanimous vote from the California State University Board of Trustees

University of California, Irvine – Bachelor’s Degree

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

In 2013, Judy and husband Jim received the Golden Baton from the Symphony which is the most prestigious honor bestowed on patrons.

 

4. Hobbies

Spending time with her large extended family

Bio

Judy Rodriguez Watson was born and raised in Los Angeles and is now the owner of Watson & Associates, located in Seal Beach California, along with her husband James R. Watson.  The Company develops, owns and operates real estate and has been in business since 1972.  Much of Judy’s attention is now devoted to philanthropist activities.  Her activities have been focused around California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB), public art in the City of San Bernardino, the San Bernardino Symphony, and at home in Seal Beach California.

At CSUSB, Judy along with Jim co-chaired the Tools for Education raising $3 million for the school of education and sponsored the Watson Literacy Center (named by the CSUSB), and while a member of the Steering Committee raised over $1 million for its operation.  At the entrance of CSUSB Watson & Associates has recently completed a student housing project, called The Glen at University Park, which includes 104 units with each unit having five bedrooms and five bathrooms.  This housing will help meet the demand for student housing for CSUSB.  Judy’s public art program utilizes master of art students at CSUSB to provide sculptures that provide beauty throughout the City.  The public art program was named by CSUSB “Judy Rodriguez Watson Public Art Project”.  In 2005, Judy received the “Art Benefactor of The Year Award” by the City of San Bernardino.  In 2011, Judy was the honorary chairperson for the CSUSB Latino Education and Advocacy Days Summit where she was affectionately referred to as “La Madrina de Honor”, or godmother.

 

In addition to Judy’s work with the University, she has served on the Board of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra for over 13 years. Judy has also served as chairperson of the committee to raise funds for the victims of the Salon Meritage Massacre that occurred in October of 2012 in Seal Beach. Additionally, she has volunteered at the Oak Elementary School as a tutor to underprivileged very low-income children assisting them in reading, writing, and doing homework. Both Judy and Jim raised funds for the “Trees for Seal Beach Fund”.

Judy Rodriguez-Watson
Rogers, John

John Rogers, PE

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2020

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

Yale University  - B.S. Civil Engineering

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

My love for classical musical started when Dad brought home a 78-RPM set of Khachaturian’s Piano Concerto in D-Flat Major, Op. 38.  I was hooked.

 

4. Hobbies

Attending as much live music as possible, of every sort

Recreational sailing in San Diego and Long Beach, as often as possible 

Driving and working on several 25-year old Mercedes.  I can’t afford anything newer or older.  

Bio

John Rogers is a Principal with IE Surveying and Engineering, Inc. in Temecula. He started his career as the instrumentman on Parsons, Brinkerhoff, Quade & Douglas’s (now WSP Global) New York City survey crew. He later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering at Yale University after Naval service in Vietnam and then worked for larger firms in San Francisco and San Diego. 

Since 1981, he has worked in southern Riverside County, in both private and public positions, and on large and small projects, bringing a large knowledge base of engineering and survey-related projects within the valley.

He is regularly utilized as an expert witness for boundary or land use disputes by attorneys in the area. Mr. Rogers’ license allows him to practice civil engineering and land surveying within California. Additionally, Mr. Rogers aids in site design and planning for new land development projects.

 

He is a Registered Civil Engineer, California (RCE# 22428) and a Fellow and Life Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers.

 

Shares John, “I have a remarkable lack of musical talent, perhaps surprising given my family.  In the 1920’s and 30-‘s my grandfather was an official with Local 56 of the AFM in Grand Rapids, Michigan, was an orchestra leader, played trumpet and piano and was a skilled piano tuner and repairman.  His sister was a moderately successful concert pianist in the Seattle area in the same era. My Dad was a high-level amateur pianist, both classical and pop, particularly ‘stride’.  His talent carried him through University of Michigan, playing solo and organizing bands for fraternity parties.  My brother played trumpet in high school and college, and studied tuba and banjo in his later years.  (He has ‘adopted’ tuba player Gabriel Sears).  My nephew is a bona fide rock guitarist and song writer in New York.  My sister-in-law is an Eastman-trained organist.  My daughter sings, writes music and plays piano and guitar in Jacksonville, Florida. I struggled through adolescent piano lessons, with the only lasting result being that I can sort of read sheet music.”

John Rogers
Valles, Judith

Judith Valles

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 
1999

2. Where did you go to school? 

Masters of Arts from the University of California at Riverside

Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Redlands

3. Fun fact about yourself 

Judith is the longest-serving Symphony Board Member!

4. Hobbies

Yoga in the park

Bio

Judith Valles was born in San Bernardino and has made the city her home for her entire life.

 

From 1988-1995, she was President of Golden West Community College. She served as interim president of both Coastline College and Oxnard College. In 1998, Dr. Valles was elected Mayor of the City of San Bernardino. As a two-term mayor, she oversaw numerous community revitalization programs including renovating the City’s

historic areas, increasing the number of neighborhood cluster associations, expanding youth programs, and bringing about greater support for the arts.

During her time as Mayor, the city’s crime rate was greatly reduced, and business, employment, and housing opportunities grew. She was instrumental in restructuring the Economic Development Agency, which resulted in greatly reducing the City’s debt. After leaving her position as San Bernardino’s Mayor, she served for three years as President of Los Angeles Mission College.

 

In addition to serving as Immediate Past President of the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra, Dr. Valles is a member of the City of San Bernardino Board of Water Commissioners, the Inland Empire Leadership Council, and is the Ramona Academy Charter Board President.

 

She earned her Bachelor’s of Arts degree from the University of Redlands and her Masters of Arts from the University of California at Riverside. She then obtained a Doctorate in Education from the University of Redlands. Her recent book, “As My Mother Would Say,” is available through Amazon.com.

Judith Valles
Worsley, William

William Worsley

Board Member

1 . What year did you first join the Board?

2021

 

2. Where did you go to school? 

  • University of West Los Angeles school of law – Juris Doctorate (JD)

  • Fresno State University - Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Business Administration

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

He plays the ukulele!

 

4. Hobbies

Gardening, bridge, and travel

Bio

Born in Los Angeles, William Worsley relocated to Fresno with his family at age 8. He spent his childhood and young adulthood there, graduating from Fresno State University with a Bachelor and Master’s Degree in Business Administration. He returned to Los Angeles 50 years ago to attend law school, and now holds a JD from the University of West Los Angeles School of Law. He is a member of the State Bar of California. In 1981. he relocated to Orange County, and he has lived in the same home in Huntington Beach for 40 years.

 

Most of his 45-year career has been spent as a corporate accountant, where he worked in large companies, and in addition to directing the accounting activities, he used his law training for contract review and labor relations issues. His most recent position was Corporate Controller for Waste Management Industries, Irvine, California.

 

A widower, he has two grown daughters, both teachers, and two grandchildren. He enjoys gardening, bridge, and travel. He spends a great deal of time as a willing chauffeur for his beloved grandchildren. He also serves as Treasurer for the Meistersingers vocal group, and he volunteers in many capacities at his church.

William Worsley
Kevin Zhang
Zhang, Dr. Kevin

Dr. Kevin Zhang

Board Member

1. What year did you first join the Board? 

2021

2. Where did you go to school? 

BM from New England Conservatory of Music, MFA from University of California-Irvine, and PhD from University of California-San Diego

 

3. Fun fact about yourself 

I play the piano and clarinet

 

4. Hobbies

I enjoy discovering contemporary fiction, growing houseplants, and watching baseball

Bio

Dr. Kevin Zhang is a composer whose work encompasses instrumental, vocal, electronic, and electro-acoustic concert music, along with field recordings, sound walks, site-specific installations, and interdisciplinary projects involving film, theater, and dance. His compositions have been presented internationally at the Darmstadt Ferienkurse für Neue Musik, Dian Red Kechil International Young Composers Residency, Electroacoustic Barn Dance, Festival de Royaumont, Hear Now Music Festival, MOXsonic Festival, Northwestern University New Music Conference (NUNC!), Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium, Puerto Rican Sound Art Fair, Qualcomm Institute’s IDEAS series, the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS) National Conference, the UC Davis Music and Words Festival, and the VU Symposium for Experimental, Electronic, and Improvised Music. He currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition at California State University, San Bernardino, where he also directs the CSUSB New Music Ensemble.

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