Mark Your Calendars for March 1, 2020!
Free and Open to the Public
Carnegie Mellon University School of Music is proud to present the Pittsburgh Double Bass Symposium on March 1, 2020. Presenters include Max Dimoff, principal bass of the Cleveland Orchestra; Kevin Brown, principal bass of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; Lawrence Hurst, world-renowned double bass pedagogue and retired double bass professor at the Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University; Lauren Pierce, YouTube sensation and educator; Jeff Mangone, principal bass of the Pittsburgh Opera Orchestra; Jeffrey Turner, Double Bass Professor, Jacobs School of Music, Indiana University, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra double bass section, Carnegie Mellon University double bass faculty, Micah Howard and Peter Guild, and other special guests. Jason Heath, host of Contrabass Conversations, will be there to cover the event!
The Symposium will include master classes, recitals, networking opportunities, and chances to visit with exhibitors, including Shank’s Strings, Guarneri House, Heartland String Bass Shop, Upton Bass, Discover Double Bass, and Ottava Imports.
All performances and classes will be in Kresge Theatre and exhibitors will be in Alumni Concert Hall in the College of Fine Arts Building.
The iDouble Bass app, designed by CMU Double Bass Professor, Micah Howard, for iOS is here! Get easy access to all the videos, images, and instructional text found on www.idoublebass.com plus content exclusive to the app. You can view, print, and share PDFs of Micah’s two new scale books for the beginner to advanced player, as well as a PDF with fingerings in the lower positions, and the iDouble Bass Handbook. All of these PDFs are available in the iDouble Bass app for a one-time introductory in-app purchase of only $0.99. Follow this link to download the app for free now!