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Elgar Cello Concerto

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Orchestra Hall
Thursday, May 22 – 7:30 PM
Saturday, May 24 – 8:00 PM


Artists

Carlos Kalmar, conductor  Bio

Carlos Kalmar was born in Uruguay to Austrian parents and lives in Portland and Vienna.  He showed an early interest in music and began violin studies at the age of six.  By the time he was fifteen his musical promise was such that his family moved back to Austria in order for him to study conducting with Karl Osterreicher at the Vienna Academy of Music.  Before coming to Portland he served as music director for the Hamburg Symphony, the Stuttgart Philharmonic, Vienna’s Tonnkunsterorchester and the Anhaltisches Theater in Dessau, Germany.

Zuill Bailey, cello   Bio

A consummate concerto soloist, Mr. Bailey has been featured with the symphony orchestras of Los Angeles,  Chicago, San Francisco, Indianapolis, Dallas, Louisville, Honolulu, Milwaukee, Nashville, Toronto, Minnesota, Utah, Israel, and the Bruchner Orchestra in Linz, Austria.  He has collaborated with such conductors as Itzhak Perlman, Alan Gilbert, Andrew Litton, James DePriest and Stanislav Skrowaczewski and has been featured with musical luminaries Leon Fleisher, Jaime Laredo, the Juilliard String Quartet, Lynn Harrell and Janos Starker.

Mr. Bailey received his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from the Peabody Conservatory and the Juilliard School.  His primary teachers include Loran Stephenson, Stephen Kates and Joel Krosnick.  Mr. Bailey performs on a 1693 Matteo Gofriller Cello, formerly owned by Mischa Schneider of the Budapest String Quartet.  In addition to his extensive touring engagements, he is the Artistic Director of El Paso Pro Musica, Artistic Director of the Sitka Summer Music Festival and Series, and Professor of Cello at the University of Texas at El Paso.

Program

BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Haydn  
ELGAR Concerto for Cello and Orchestra  
JOHN ADAMS Tromba Iontana  
NIELSEN Symphony No. 4, "The Inextinguishable"