Claude Bolling’s Toot Suite is more of a trumpet thing but it’s getting in here anyway because… chamber music!
Gennady Krutikov in style with Vlad Lavrik – Trumpet, Maria Dzhemessyk – Piano, and Ilya Melikhov – Trap Set
Rx: Managing commitment between ensembles
Bassists are in high demand. Every ensemble in every genre pretty much needs a bass player. Once you’re outside of a major market where bass players are congregating, the need for bassists gets higher and higher.
Sometimes, it happens that too many commitments pile up. And this can have an impact on how we relate to our ensembles and groups.
Milo Fultz has written an excellent essay on the topic of being prepared for a rehearsal. Well worth checking out.
Quintet by Seunghee Lee performed at the Fresh Inc festival by Matthew Kline on bass along with an ensemble made up of: clarinet, oboe, violin, viola, and double bass
Members of 5th House Ensemble perform Stacy Garrop’s Frammenti
Come and Go, composed by Rene Orth for flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, french horn, violin, viola, cello, double bass, and piano, is performed here at the Fresh Inc festival. Andrew O’Connor on bass.
Rhapsody is scored for oboe, saxophone, french horn, viola, and double bass.
Performed here at the Fresh Inc festival with Matthew Kline playing bass.
Andrew O’Connor’s Grime performed here by an ensemble of violin, viola, cello and double bass. Andrew O’Connor, double bass.