Video recap of another great Des Moines Low Brass Day.
I am very happy to accept Maestro Mark Russell Smith‘s invitation to play the position of Interim Bass Trombone for the Quad City Symphony’s 2016-2017 season. Follow the links below to learn about each of the wonderful river inspired programs we will…
Saturday, April 9th, 2016 9am-5pm
Hoover High School Band Room
All signups are $50!
The DMLBT wants to invite students of all ages to their 3rd LOW BRASS DAY. Students will learn brass techniques that will improve their music making, sound production, breathing, ensemble playing, and practice efficiency. The day will feature performances and masterclasses led by the faculty trio, as well as group rehearsals, 1 on 1 instruction, sectionals, and much more.
The day culminates with a performance by YOU (as part of the Large Student Ensemble) at the Civic Center, prior to the DMSO Concert.
Immediately after the student performance, all students will be provided with FREE tickets to the Des Moines Symphony Concert. This is an educational opportunity you CANNOT MISS!
If your son or daughter has anything but a great experience, we will refund your money.
School Tour with the SEISO #SEISO Day 7 – Youth Concert at Fairfield Middle School .@FairfieldIowa #ViewFromTheBell #BassBone #Solo pic.twitter.com/uBXbf36WAs — Will Baker (@willbakermusic) March 16, 2016 #SEISO Day 7 – Youth concert for .@MtPleasantIOWA middle schoolers. #ViewFromTheBell #BassBone #Solo…
At Sixty Miles an Hour Program notes by composer Robert Tindle (b. 1996) AT SIXTY MILES AN HOUR was an incredible writing experience for me. When Will Baker first approached me about the idea of writing a bass trombone concerto, I…