UTA Department of Music
presents

DOUBLE REED DAY

Saturday, February 9
8:30am-4:00pm

For all oboe and bassoon students in grades 5-12.

Your Hosts
UTA Professor of Oboe Rogene Russell
UTA Professor of Bassoon Scott Pool
UTA Director of Bands Douglas Stotter

Join us for a day of double reed fun and celebration, music-making, and education.

CLINICIANS

Rogene Russell, Professor of Oboe, UTA
Ms. Russell is Principal Oboist of the Dallas Opera orchestra and English Horn player with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.  She also serves as the Artistic Director of Fine Arts Chamber Players.  Professor Russell earned degrees in oboe performance from the University of Tennesee-Knoxville and the Yale University School of Music.

Scott Pool, Professor of Bassoon, UTA
Recognized as a Moosmann artist, Dr. Pool has appeared as soloist and chamber musician throughout North and South America and Europe; he is the faculty bassoonist for the Orfeo International Music Festival (Italy) and his latest recordings can be heard on Landscapes:  The Double Reed Music of Daniel Baldwin. More information about the activities of Scott Pool and the UTA Bassoon studio can be found at www.scottpoolbassoon.com

Eric Barr, Oboe
Eric Barr holds degrees from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music and the Catholic University, Washington, D.C.  Eric served his military duty as a member of the United States Marine Band in Washington and then went on to become a member of the Atlanta Symphony from 1971 to 1972.  In 1973 Mr. Barr became the principal oboist of the Dallas Symphony and held that position for 33 yrs. until retiring in 2006.

Carl Rath, Bassoon
Currently, Professor of Bassoon at the Lawrence Conservatory in Appleton, WI, Carl Rath was recently honored as Professor Emeritus at the University of Oklahoma after retiring in 2012.  Rath’s performing experience includes 22 years with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, 17 seasons with the Classical Music Festival (Austria) and he is the faculty bassoonist for the Red Lodge Music Festival (Montana).

ON-SITE VENDORS TO INCLUDE:
Miller Marketing
MG Double Reed Co.

SCHEDULE—Saturday, February 9, 2013

8:30 – Registration, Irons Hall Lobby
9:00 – Opening Recital
10:00-12:00 – Double Reed Sessions!
12:00 – Free Lunch!
1:00 – Oboe and Bassoon Rehearsals
2:00 – Combined Rehearsals
3:00 – Closing concert featuring all participants

Separate sessions will be tailored for specific experience levels:
1-2 years; 3-4 years, 5 or more years experience


The clinic will be held in the Music Wing of the Fine Arts Building and in Texas Hall (next door) on the UTA Campus
Click here for a map locating our building on the UTA campus
We are in the Fine Arts Building, marked "FA" on the map, near the corner of Greek Row and Nedderman Drive
Free parking on Saturdays is available in lots F8, F9, and F6 on the map

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

WHAT GRADES ARE ALLOWED TO ATTEND?
All double reed students in grades 5-12 are welcome.

WHAT DO I BRING?
Just you, your instrument and your reeds. If you have any reed-making tools, bring those, too.

DOES IT COST ANYTHING?
No! The clinic is free and we also will provide lunch free of charge.

WILL THERE BE ACTIVITIES FOR PARENTS?
Parents are welcome to attend the opening recital at 9am. At 10am an information sesssion for parent will be held, covering topics related to college opportunities for double-reed players. During the remainder of the day, parents are welcome to observe any session where space is available. At 3:00pm, everyone is welcome to join us for the closing concert where all participants will be performing.

QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS?
Email Professor of Bassoon, Dr. Scott Pool at cspool@uta.edu or call 817-272-2484

PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. DO NOT USE THIS FORM. YOU MAY REGISTER ON-SITE SATURDAY AT 8:30AM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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