Sebastian's compositions have been performed by soloists, chamber ensembles, and orchestras internationally. The Louisville Orchestra, Britt Festival Orchestra, New World Symphony, Philadelphia Orchestra, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, & the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra are among some of the orchestras who have programmed Sebastian's music.


Sebastian is an experienced piano soloist, accompanist, orchestral pianist, baroque keyboard/continuo player, and freelance keyboard player. He is comfortable in a variety of settings & styles.

Sebastian sitting on a rock at Red River Gorge in Kentucky. He wears a grey beanie, a black hoodie, and brown hiking boots. The backdrop is a gently sloping hill filled with tall, lushly green trees. Delicate foliage, peppering the ground, rise up above the wooded, leafy ground into a textured rock face.

Past | Present | Future

Music's story begins before civilization, through songs passed from generation to generation, before the advent of written language. Later accompanied by instruments, music found a home through the church in Europe, ushering in the era of notation.

The rise of technology dominates our current milieu. The creation of new dramatic settings, like film, television, or video games, changed and expanded the role music plays in our lives.

The knowledge of classical music holds a foundational understanding of generative music principles, an understanding of which offers musicians a variety of opportunities. Organizational principles of music serve as a foundation for creation. Large-scale structures self-generated by pattern-based development are the results.

It's my understanding that an intrinsic understanding and balancing in the creative act of the expressive underlying meaning of a variety of sounds, gestures, and organizational principles is calibrated through a musicians' innate proclivities and instincts, their culture, the depth of their knowledge, the thoroughness of their training, and a certain receptivity.

An experiential knowledge and ability to communicate functional emotive content through music in live settings is an accurate reflection of the concepts above.


  • Composition (Concert)
  • Composition (Film / TV / Games)
  • Piano Performance
  • Chamber Music
  • Orchestral Keyboard
  • Continuo
  • Accompaniment
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