Austin-based composer, double bass virtuoso, and producer P. Kellach Waddle returns to the Otello Studio (NYC) with the next installment of his series “When Texas Meets Manhattan”. Waddle will conduct two of the four world premieres on this concert as performed by Brad Balliett, (bassoon), Doug Balliett (bass), and Thomas B. Dawkins (piano).
The program includes:
Weather; Despair: Despair; Weather: Sonatensatz for Bass and Piano
Of Brahms, The 7:01 AM Sunrise, and The Mississippi River: Trio Atmosferico for Contrabassoon, Bass and Piano
Six Colors of Amontillado: Sonata in Forma Di 6 Impression-Bagatelles for Bass and Bassoon
At 1200 to 1400 Degrees, Diamonds Will Actually Burn: Trio Drammatico for Bass, Bassoon and Piano (Program Subject To Addition)
Bassoonist Brad Balliett is a graduate of Rice University (as is Waddle), bassist Doug Balliett formerly serves as Asst. Principal Bass with the San Antonio Symphony, and Thomas B. Dawkins—who along with his work as a pianist, vocal coach, conductor vocalist, oboist, English hornist, bassoonist, contrabasooonist, organist, violist, percussionist and composer— also runs the company which publishes Waddle's music, TfV, Inc. of Boston, Mass, completing the circle of performers in this concert that define the aim of this series: to unite composers, performers and conductors of renown from the capital of the Lone Star state and from the Big Apple
- 2/20/12 P. Kellach Waddle Presents the Next Event in the Concert Series “When Texas Meets Manhattan”