Ukiah Symphony Orchestra - Sound the Trumpet!
Concert features members of the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra and former Principal Trumpet of the San Francisco Symphony, Glenn Fischthal.
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G Major, J.S. Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D Major, J.S. Bach
Margie Salcedo Rice, Violin; Rebecca Pollock Ayres, Flute; Tom Aiken, Harpsichord
Concerto for Two Trumpets in C Major - A. Vivaldi
Glenn Fischthal and Gary Miller, Trumpets
Sinfonia No. 3 for Strings and Basso Continuo in G Major, A. Vivaldi
Sonata for Trumpet and Strings, D Major, G. Torelli
Glenn Fischthal, Trumpet
Guest Soloist Biography:
Glenn Fischthal joined the San Francisco Symphony in 1980, serving as Principal Trumpet for 24 years. Prior to his retirement in 2012, he served his final years with the orchestra as Associate Principal Trumpet, occupying the Peter Pastreich Chair. A native of New York State, Mr. Fischthal earned his Bachelor's degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music and continued with graduate studies at the California Institute of the Arts. His teachers included Bernard Adelstein, Thomas Stevens, Frank Kadarabek and Robert Nagel. Mr. Fischthal was thrust into his orchestral career at age 21, when he was engaged to join the Cleveland Orchestra on tour under the direction of George Szell and Pierre Boulez. He has been a member of the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra and Kansas City Philharmonic, and served as Principal Trumpet for the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Santa Fe Opera Orchestra, San Diego Symphony and Israel Philharmonic. During his tenure with the latter, the orchestra recorded all of the Leonard Bernstein symphonies under the direction of Maestro Bernstein and made numerous tours and recordings under the direction of Zubin Mehta. Mr. Fischthal performed as a soloist with the San Francisco Symphony in trumpet concertos by Haydn, Hummel and Torelli's "Sonata for Trumpet," "Strings and Continuo," and was featured in Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat." He has performed with the summer festival orchestras of the Grand Tetons and Sun Valley and has recorded for the Deutsche Grammophon, London, CBS Masterworks, Tel Arc, Nonesuch and Philips labels. Mr. Fischthal was featured as a post-horn soloist on the San Francisco Symphony's recording of Mahler's Symphony No.3, which earned a Grammy for Best Classical Album.
Read more about the Ukiah Symphony Orchestra at www.ukiahsymphony.org
Near and Arnold's School of Performing Arts and Cultural Education (SPACE) (View)
508 West Perkins Street
Ukiah, CA 95482
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