Brett performs the world premiere of this new concerto that was written for him by the Sydney based composer Houston Dunleavy in Melbourne at the Iwaki Theatre
Saturday December 3, 2011
Eteri is on our 2012 faculty …
(Brett is on our 2012 faculty…)
I just wanted to let you know that this month I am featured in the fall edition of the American Viola Society magazine. The four page article goes into detail about my concert career and commitment to new music for the viola. Just last weekend I performed the Walton concerto in Los Angeles and here is the link to the first movt: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlkA46C7984. While I was there last week I also gave master classes at the Colburn School and the L.A. County High School for the Arts. This week I have a recital and master class in Delaware and next week some baroque concerts with Lionel Party, then the following week Im off to Australia to premiere a new concerto in Melbourne.
We are proud to announce that violinist Nicholas Kitchen will be with us early June 2012. Nicholas is one of the most active and innovative performers in the music world today. He is a solo violinist, chamber musician, teacher, video artist, technology innovator and arts administrator.
June 3 – July 15, 2012
Overview (Orchestra training, chamber music, private lessons, masterclasses, piano program…)
Applications and Auditions (Online form, in person auditions, recorded auditions)
Auditions repertoire is listed by instrument on the right column of this page.
Calendar and deadlines
Conductors and Faculty
Facilities (Festival Concert Hall, Edythe Bates Old chapel, Artists Residences …)
Where we are.
|2012 Round Top Music Festival : June 3 to July 15, 2012
Anton Bruckner Symphony No. 5 conducted by Christoph Campestrini,
an Homage to Claude Debussy (150th anniversary) conducted by Pascal Verrot
and the world premiere of a Concerto for 2 percussionists (Meehan/Perkins Duo) and orchestra by Jonathan Leshnoff (conducted by Michael Stern in his debut at Round Top.)
More debuts at Round Top …Mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke, Conductors Pedro Carneiro and Perry So, Violinists Espen Lilleslatten and Jonathan Swartz, Violist Brett Deubner, Oboists Nathan Hughes, Alecia Lawyer, Trumpeter Will Strieder,Trombonists Ben Osborne and Brent Phillips.
Texas Festival Orchestra Repertoire