Current position(s): Associate Professor of Bassoon at Arizona State University; active member of International Double Reed Society; Founding member of BassooNova Bassoon Quartet
Previous position(s): Faculty member at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, University of Missouri-Columbia, Michigan State University, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Co-Principal Bassoon for ProMusica Chamber Orchestra; Principal Bassoon for Lincoln Symphony; performed with men Who Don’t Bite Bassoon Quartet; member of Moran Quintet & Missouri Quintet
Education: Michigan State University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Juilliard School
Recordings: Stravinsky Suite for Woodwind Sextet, Vivaldi Sposa son disprezzata, & Bruch Three Pieces with Potenza Music; Wind Chamber Music of Theodor Blumer, Vol. 3 and Vol. 2 with Moran Quintet; David Maslanka’s Woodwind Quintet #3 and Music for Dr. Who for bassoon and piano with Missouri Quintet
Notable performances/accomplishments: Avery Fisher Hall solo debut performing New York premier of Ellen Taaffe Zwilich’s Bassoon Concerto; hosted IDRS 2011; presented world premiere of John Steinmetz’s Songs and Dances for oboe and bassoon and Damian Montano’s Suite for Daydreams for bassoon quartet at IDRS; performed world premiere recording of David Maslanka’s Orpheus and Paul Chiara’s Branches
Teaching Opportunities: Recitals/masterclasses at USC, University of Texas at Austin, Eastman School of Music, Bowling Green State University, Ithaca College, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Illinois State University, SUNY-Fredonia, Ball State University, and Ohio State University, among others
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Check out Albie Micklich in this ASU Woodwind Faculty performance: