Some form of the flu has interrupted regular posting this week. Here is a nice low-effort post which also neatly discards my pretensions at semi-anonymity.
As an exercise in looking back and also a point of reference for those who are interested in doing what Im doing, I provide three resumes of my life experience. Note that I have tellingly compressed what would be my present work resume into two or three lines. Also note that Music seems so large because listing each ensemble is both fun for me and a good indicator of the breadth of my choral exposure.
- Illinois High School All-State Honors Chorus: 1993, 1994
- Various leading and supporting roles in school and community Musical Theater productions
- The Croutons, seven-part male ensemble, State Talent Champions, 2nd Runner-Up in International Talent Contest: 1994-1995
- Kenyon College Chamber Singers: 1994-1998
- Lost in Gambier, Male Quartet: 1994-1998
- Pit Band Director, Jesus Christ Superstar, Kenyon College Student Production, 1995
- Musical and Orchestra Director, Into the Woods, Kenyon College Student Production, 1997
- Award for promotion of the music community at Kenyon College, 1998
- Drew University Madrigal Ensemble, approx. 30 voices , 1999-2000
- Dulces Voces, eight-part mixed semi-professional early music ensemble, 2001-2002
- Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus, 2003-2008
- Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chamber Chorus, 2007-2008
- Festival Singers of Atlanta, approx 25 voices, 2004-2008
- Episcopal Church of the Epiphany Schola Cantorum, 2008
- Summer Science Scholar, Mathematics, 1997
- Finkbeiner Award for Excellence in Mathematics, 1998
- Bachelor of Arts, Mathematics, Kenyon College, 1998
- 11 years experience in business software development, integration, and deployment.
- Camp Lowden Summer Counselor, Boy Scouts of America, 1993-1994
- One day as a professional trainer instructing a class on Cascading Style Sheets, 2001
- Sunday School leader, 11-13 year-olds, 2006-2008
- Occasional presentations to co-workers about a new technology
- Many enjoyable cocktail party style conversations about the PhD my wife was earning.