If you have ever wanted to learn the ins and outs of playing in a classic chamber ensemble this is your opportunity. The definition of chamber music is one player to a part and no conductor. Experience the artistic freedom of playing classical music in a small group. This 12-week course will explore the methods used by successful chamber music groups. Open to all instruments; repertoire will be based on participating instruments but will focus on the music of J.S. Bach.
12 Thursdays, Jan 16 through April 2, 7-9PM. With performance opportunities.
Instructor: Brad Hubbard
Brad was a member of the New Century Saxophone Quartet from 1988-2004. While he was a member NCSQ became the first Saxophone ensemble to win First Prize in the prestigious Concert Artists Guild International Competition. Brad has performed with the quartet throughout the world including performances in Carnegie Hall, The Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, and The White House among other venues. He also appears on the first 6 NCSQ recordings.
Apr 02, 2020