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Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by TriJim » Sun Apr 29, 2018 6:46 pm

The April 29 (2018) program at the Glencairn Museum (North of Philadelphia), in tribute to the late Glenn Dodson, included works by J.S. Bach, Anthony DiLorenzo, G.F. Handel, Tommy Pederson, Steven Verhelst and more.

An outstanding program with precise execution and delicious harmonies - a true tour de force. In addition to the arrangements for 10-12 trombones, the program featured separate presentations by quartets from NY Phil and Philadelphia Orchestra. The 'Theme from Superman' played as an encore to a standing ovation.

POSAUNE DECUPLE 2018

TENOR TROMBONES
Joe Alessi, principal trombone New York Philharmonic
Mark Lawrence, retired principal trombone San Francisco Symphony and current professor at Colburn School Conservatory of Music
Carl Lenthe, former principal trombone Bamberg Symphony in Germany and current professor at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music
Nitzan Haroz, principal trombone The Philadelphia Orchestra
Matt Vaugh, co-principal trombone The Philadelphia Orchestra
Eric Carlson, second trombone The Philadelphia Orchestra
David Finlayson, second trombone New York Philharmonic
Colin Williams, associate principal trombone New York Philharmonic
Chris Clark, trombone section leader The President's Own Marine Band
James Nova, second trombone Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

BASS TROMBONES
Blair Bollinger, bass trombone The Philadelphia Orchestra
Darrin C. Milling, bass trombone principal São Paulo Symphony Orchestra
George Curran, bass trombone New York Philharmonic
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by StevenC » Sun Apr 29, 2018 8:55 pm

When I heard about this program, it sounded almost too good to be true. I'm glad you got to be there.
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by Mikebmiller » Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:00 pm

Sounds like a pretty good pick-up band.
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by StevenC » Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:24 pm

Mikebmiller wrote:
Mon Apr 30, 2018 2:00 pm
Sounds like a pretty good pick-up band.
I think a battle of the bones would have been pretty cool: New York versus Philadelphia. Was Jim Nova the only player from Pittsburgh there?
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by TriJim » Mon Apr 30, 2018 4:04 pm

StevenC wrote:
Mon Apr 30, 2018 3:24 pm
I think a battle of the bones would have been pretty cool: New York versus Philadelphia. Was Jim Nova the only player from Pittsburgh there?
Blair Bollinger introduced his quartet by saying it was hard to follow the NY Phil, but they were the 'home team' (Glencairn Museum is North of Philadelphia). Got a good laugh from the audience.

Yes, only Jim Nova from Pittsburgh, but he represented well.
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by StevenC » Mon Apr 30, 2018 4:49 pm

Back in the '80s, I briefly lived near Bryn Athyn. I can assure you, nothing this cool ever happened back then.
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

Post by TriJim » Mon Apr 30, 2018 7:54 pm

A couple pics on George Curran Facebook page.
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Re: Event: Posuane Decuple 2018

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