Probono (for Flute, Viola, and Harp)


Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp
Duration: 5:30 minutes


This arrangement of Probono was inspired by Debussy’s Sonata for harp, flute, and viola. The original version of Probono was written for solo piano which I performed at my senior composition recital at the University of Miami in May 2004. Although “pro bono” is normally used in legal settings, its meaning “for free” feels like a great fit for this whimsical and freeing composition.

Click here for the original piano version:
Probono – for solo piano



Recording 1:
Musicians from the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
Haley Rhodeside, harp
Colleen Blagov, flute
Mauricio Céspedes-Rivero, viola
(Audio from the OPO Summer Serenades Virtual Concert Series – August 15, 2020)

Recording 2:
University of Miami players (World Premiere).


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