Jeff has performed with a wide variety of Early Music Ensembles across the Midwest as well as modern ensembles performing early repertoire. These performances include operas, oratorios, cantatas and vespers with large ensembles like the St. Louis Symphony, Louisville's Bourbon Baroque, the Madison Early Music Festival and the Baroque Artists of Champaign-Urbana.
In addition, Jeff appears regularly with early music chamber ensembles ranging from duos to quintets. These groups feature some of the Midwest's finest Early Music performers with training and performing experience across this country and Europe. Jeff has performed with the following ensembles on concert series and university campuses across the Midwest and up and down the Eastern seaboard. These ensembles are available for concerts as well as lecture/demonstrations, ensemble coaching, master classes and private lessons.
For information on upcoming concerts, click on the PERFORMANCES link to the left.
For booking information, contact Jeff through this website or at email@example.com.
In 2010, the Baroque flautist Lehighann Daihl and Baroque cellist Stephanie Hunt both lived in the Netherlands, pursuing advanced studies in Early Music performance. They performed together briefly in Holland but went their separate ways shortly after. In 2016, Leighann and Stephanie reconnected at an Early Music conference and determined to play together again. Shortly after the conference, they invited Jeff to join the ensemble and La Petite Brise offered its premiere performance in early 2017 at the Quigley Chapel in Chicago. The ensemble focuses on the French repertoire for flute and features music by Hotteterre, Boismortier, Blavet, Quantz and others. La Petite Brise's 2017-2018 season included performances in the St. Louis area as well as concert series in Indiana. La Petite Brise opens the 2018 - 2019 season in September with a concert on a new series in Highland IL and on the popular concert series at the World Chess Hall of Fame in St. Louis. The spring and summer of 2019 includes concerts as well as a grant-funded residency at The French House at the Vincennes Historical Site in Vincennes, Indiana.