Hey Everyone,

As of next Tuesday the 6/5/14, I’ll be commencing a fortnightly residency over at The Hive Bar in Erskineville. This’ll have me playing a heap of my original stuff, both old and new, and a tasteful assortment of covers from folk, blues, country and traditional styles.


The Hive Bar has a fantastic assortment of tasty beers on tap and cheap pizzas every Tuesday (the night that I’m there!).
If you live in/near the area, please stop on by. And if you can, share this event with anyone who might be interested.

There are also a bunch of extra shows that I’ve listed up in the column to the right and the Gigs page. Check it out if you’re interested.



Speak soon.


My writing of this post represents something great…It represents my intention to maintain this blog as something constant. Let’s set ourselves a goal of maybe 3-4 times a week? Yeah? Yeah.

Moving on..
As of late, I’ve been slaving away on my Vodafone iPhone-tethered internet to get this website int0 some kind of presentable shape. I’ve added pages, content and fixed up visuals. Pretty soon I’ll start slamming the Facebook and Twitter universes and alerting all to its existence. 😉

Besides this geeky usage of my time, I’ve also been working on my classical guitar repertoire and preparing for prac in a high school.
What? What?! You say ahh?
Yeah… for those unaware, I’m in my 3rd year of a Bachelor Music/Bachelor Education degree at UNSW in Sydney and will be doing the above very soon. (Prac tomorrow, exam 2 weeks)

For anyone interested… My classical repertoire currently includes:
I from 14  ETUDES by Maximo Diego PUJOL
La melanconia by Mauro Giuliani
Menuet I and Menuet II from Cello Suite I by J.S. Bach
and lastly one of my favourites…
The Old Spanish Castle is Full of Vampires, Sleeping from Gothica by Phillip Houghton

To share the pure brilliance of a composer like Houghton, I’ve included a pic of Spanish Castle. Did I mention that he is a Sydney-Sider? I’m also pretty proud of how it looks colour-wise. I’ve done so to make more sense of dynamic changes and to provide intensity with visual(accents etc). I’m also hoping that it will help me in my interpretation.

Spanish Castle sheet music coloured in!


I promise I’ll add some Youtube videos when my recording setup is sorted..

Speak soon!