Flying Solo: 21st Century Music for Unaccompanied Flute
Flying Solo explores unaccompanied flute music written in or after 2001 by composers who were born in the United States. This album results from my passion for working with composers, performing new music, and exploring new sounds for my instrument. The seven pieces I selected for this recording represent a variety of styles, compositional techniques, and overall musical structure. Some of them incorporate a wealth of challenging extended techniques, while others draw on more traditional elements of flute playing. This album is also the culmination of my Doctoral research.

Available for CD purchase or digital download through Band Camp or by contacting me directly.

Vieux Amis-Nouveaux Costumes; Old Friends in New Clothes
Recorded with the Midwest Chamber Ensemble, this wonderful recording includes the music of Debussy and Faure arranged by Philip Lasser sung by Sarah Tannehill and accompanied by the Midwest Chamber Ensemble conducted by Steve Lewis. “Jewelry Box” by Philip Lasser: Ho Man Lee (violin) and Jessica Koebbe (piano). Sonata by Philip Lasser: Eman Chalshotori (cello) and Charles Dickinson (piano). Ballade by Philip Lasser: Virginia Q. Backman (flute) with the ensemble conducted by Steve Lewis.

CD or Digital Download can be purchased through Midwest Chamber Ensemble