Monthly Archives: March 2014

A Lesson with Paul Katz

Want a beautiful, rich, warm tone? Here’s a quick 3 1/2 minute lesson with big-league cello teacher Paul Katz: http://www.cellobello.com/lessons/12 Advertisements

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Jagged Rocks

Playing around the internets tonight, I stumbled across an old recording of a concert I played 10 years ago (2004). The quartet performed a piece called Jagged Rocks by Brisbane composer Rachel Merton, inspired by Peter Sculthorpe’s ‘Mangroves’. http://rachelmerton.bandcamp.com/track/jagged-rocks-string-quartet If … Continue reading

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Rarely too young and never too old

Indooroopilly Chamber Orchestra boasts 100 year old double bass player! After studying the bass for 35 years, starting at the tender age of 65, Richard still attends rehearsals and concerts regularly. Read on for details of his inspirational story: http://www.limelightmagazine.com.au/Article/374734,brisbane-orchestra-boasts-centenarian-member.aspx

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