ENCORE: The Double Bass – History and historic Performance Practise
The Double Bass – History and historic Performance Practise – ENCORE VIEWING! This presentation will be made available an “Encore” event. If
This presentation will be made available an “Encore” event. If you registered, a video will be sent. If you missed out and would like to register, bookings close November 25, and the viewing will be between November 27 and December 6.
To register: https://www.trybooking.com/BVTIZ
AUSTA Members: $10
Rob Nairn was appointed ‘Master Musician in Residence’ at the Elder Conservatorium in 2020, having worked as Head of the Early Music Department at Melbourne University from 2017-2020. Previously he also taught on the faculty of the Juilliard School for 11 years and Penn State University for 18 years where he was a Distinguished Professor. Performance credits include London and Oslo Philharmonic Orchestras; the Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Gothenburg Symphony Orchestras; the English, Scottish and Australian Chamber Orchestras, the Bavarian Radio Symphony, the Melbourne, Sydney, Queensland and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras, the London Sinfonietta, the Halle Orchestra London Mozart Players, the Australia Ensemble, The Australian World Orchestra and the Australian String Quartet. A specialist in historical performance, he is currently principal bass with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra having worked with the Handel and Haydn Society, Boston Early Music Festival, Juilliard Baroque, Orchestre Revolutionnaire et Romantique, English Baroque Soloists, Smithsonian Chamber Players, Concerto Caledonia, Ironwood, Washington Bach Consort, the Aulos Ensemble, Rebel, Florilegium, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Australian Romantic and Classical Orchestra, the Muffat Collective and Adelaide Baroque. Rob can be heard on over 60 commercial releases for Deutsche Grammaphon, Sony Classical , EMI, Naxos, Tall Poppies, RCA and ABC Classics and a new solo CD on the U.S. Ablaze label is due for release in late 2021. He has commissioned and premiered more than forty new works for solo double bass and chamber groups including concerti by Barry Conyngham and Doug Balliett.Awards include a Howard Foundation Fellowship from Brown University, DAAD German Government Scholarships, Faculty Scholar Medal from Penn State and a Recognition Award for Historical Performance from the International Society of Bassists. He has performed recitals and given masterclasses in Europe, Scandinavia, China, the U.S. and Australia.
November 27 (Saturday) 1:00 PM - December 6 (Monday) 2:30 PM