Selected Performance/Recording Experience
Early & Classical Music:
1974 to Present Recorder soloist. National appearances with viola da gambists Mary Springfels and Ann Marie Morgan, baroque violinist Michael Sands, harpsichordist Phebe Craig, and with principal members of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra—Patricia Mabee, harpsichord, and Denise Briesé, viola da gamba.
1993 to 1999 Founder/member, Fiori Musicali
(recorder), with Patrick Mason (baritone) and Jelena Mathys (harpsichord). Member of the Columbine Pro Musica and
featured soloist (recorder) with the Boulder Bach Festival Orchestra (Robert Spillman, Music Director), and the Colorado Music Festival
Orchestra (Giora Bernstein, Music Director),
1990 to 1992 Founder/member,
the New Paltz Baroque Trio (recorder). Ensemble
specializing in music of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, New
1978 to 1979 Toured with internationally acclaimed New York Pro Musica
(recorder) in their production of The Play
of Daniel including sold-out engagements at the
1974 to 1978 Member/soloist
(cello) the Sarah Lawrence College Chamber Orchestra (Harold Axe, Director),
and the Suburban Symphony in
- Recording artist (recorder) Music Minus One (MMO). Recordings of Telemann, Sammartini and Loeillet with LaNoue Davenport, recorder; Judith Davidoff, viola da gamba; and Edward Smith, harpsichord.
Co ntemporary Music:
Premier performance (laptop) of Bardone, a contemporary work for violin
and laptop by composer Loretta Notareschi. Regis University "Second Wednesday
Faculty Recital Series," (October, 2012).
2010 Producer, songwriter, recording artist (piano, voice) on independently released single I Love You More (November 21, 2010).
- Featured solo artist (piano, voice) at the First Annual "Cabaret for a Cause." Boulder Theater, Boulder, CO (August 28, 2010).
2009 Producer, songwriter,
performer (lead vocalist and keyboards) on independently released 10-song
Full Circle: Songs on the Carousel of Time.
2009 Producer, songwriter, performer (lead vocalist and keyboards) on independently released 10-song compact disc Full Circle: Songs on the Carousel of Time.
- Producer, songwriter, performer (lead vocalist and keyboards) for single “One Hope (Standing Proud).” Included in compilation compact disc Adult Contemporary Radio Sampler, Vol. IX No. 5. Oasis Disc Manufacturing compact disc. 2009.
Producer, editor, songwriter, performer for single “Mark Davenport: One Hope
(Standing Proud).” Music video to help raise awareness of the genocide in
1996 Songwriter for two selections (“From Black To Blue” and “Love Is”) performed by One Small Favor. Lazy Lizard Records. 1996.
1995 Producer/engineer for three-song CD performed by The Piranha Bros.
1985 to 1992 Founder/member, producer, songwriter, performer (lead vocalist and keyboards) for Vox Humana. Four-song EP entitled One Hope (1992) engineered and mixed by Grammy Award winner Larry Alexander. Produced fourteen--song cassette A Voice From Long Ago (1991). (Vox Humana/Photo Gallery)
- Producer, songwriter, performer (keyboards, drum programming) for “Give Me Your Answer.” Performed by solo artist Barbara George. Raven Records, 1990.
- Founder/member, producer, songwriter, performer (vocals,
keyboards) for The Late Show (aka Page & Davenport). Recorded/co-wrote
27 songs with Bill Page. Later songs produced by multi-Grammy Award
Douglas at the world-famous Record Plant in
1987 to 1988 Founder/member, producer, performer (lead vocalist, keyboards) for solo project i2i. Recorded two singles for Now & Forever Records.
- Producer for three-song EP recorded by Dirty Blonde.
1985 to 1986 Producer for three-song EP recorder by Ressless.
Music Director/performer (vocals, keyboards) for Broken Promises (aka Made in
1982 to 1984 Performer (acoustic piano, synthesizers, backing vocals), horn score and arrangement for “Singer Without A Song.” Performed by John Babcock (solo artist) on self-titled compact disc. (Watch “Singer Without A Song” music video, 1984.)
Founder/member, performer (vocals, keyboards), songwriter for Tribeca. Thirteen-song cassette On The
- Founder/member, performer (lead vocals, keyboards, recorders), songwriter for 4 On The Floor. Group was produced by Bob Suede and recorded more than 20 master recordings.
- Performer (keyboardist, backing vocalist) for Reggae Rockers w/Pearl Marley Livingston (five-piece reggae band fronted by Bob Marley’s daughter). Recording project produced by Jack Douglas.
1978 to 1981 Founder/member, performer (lead vocalist, keyboards, recorders), songwriter for 4 On The Floor. Recording project produced by Thom Cimillo and Randy Adler, under contract to Norby Walters & Associates. The group recorded 11 masters for Horn Records. Earlier master recordings produced and recorded at the legendary 914 Recording Studio by Grammy Award winner Larry Alexander and later by Andy Wirkmaa.
- Performer (keyboards, backing vocals) for Saturday
Night Band. Band embarked on 9-month national tour in 1978 with
sold-out performances at the Apollo Theater in