PSO Bass Section with Jeff Turner

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Joe Campagna
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Jeff Grubbs
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Peter Guild, CMU Faculty
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Micah Howard, CMU Faculty
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Paul Matz, One-Year Position
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Brandon McLean, Acting Principal
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John Moore
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Jeff Turner, Former Principal Bass
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Aaron White, Duquesne Faculty

Program

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Double Bass Section in Recital
2:30pm in Kresge Theatre

Passione Amorosa by Giovanni Bottesini, performed by Micah Howard, Jeff Turner and Rodrigo Ojeda

Sure on this Shining Night, Op. 13, No. 3 by Samuel Barber, arranged for double bass and piano by Jeff Turner, performed by Jeff Turner and Rodrigo Ojeda

“Devlali” for Unaccompanied Double Bass in Three Movements, for Rachel Martin by Hannah Ishizaki, performed by Peter Guild (world premiere)

Duo Concertante for Violin and Double Bass by Krzysztof Penderecki, performed by John Moore and Denis O’Boyle

Canzone. Andante from Concerto for Tuba and Strings by Arild Plau, arranged for Double Bass and Piano by Paul Matz, performed by Paul Matz and Rodrigo Ojeda

Sonata for Double Bass and Piano by Paul Hindemith, performed by Brandon McLean and Rodrigo Ojeda

Creep by Radiohead, arranged for Double Bass and Harp by Peter Guild, performed by Micah and Rachel Howard

“Dravo Shipyard”, Duo for Two Double Basses by Peter Guild, performed by Micah Howard and Aaron White (world premiere)

Andante and Allegro from Sonata for Viola de Gamba and Keyboard No. 2 BWV 1028 by Johann Sebastian Bach, transcribed for Double Bass, performed by Aaron White and Rodrigo Ojeda

Allegro from Concerto No. 2 for Double Bass and Piano by Giovanni Bottesini, performed by Joe Campagna and Rodrigo Ojeda

Chant du Ménestel (Song of the Minstrel), Op. 71 by Alexander Glazunov, arranged for Double Bass and Piano, performed by Jeff Grubbs and Rodrigo Ojeda

Schubert Erlkönig arranged for Double Bass Quartet by Aaron White, performed by Jeff Grubbs, Paul Matz, John Moore and Aaron White

“Summer Breeze” (1972) by Seals and Crofts, arranged for Voice and Double Bass Quartet by Peter Guild, performed by Tania Grubbs, Jeff Grubbs, Peter Guild, Paul Matz and John Moore

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