Communicating Through Recordings (on any budget)
- Recordings are powerful tools for an ensemble. They offer unparalleled rehearsal feedback and can be the best way to share a commission or a polished performance. Scott Tegge, Jim Ginsburg, and Bill Maylone from Grammy Award winning Cedille Records, along with demonstrations from the Gaudete Brass will explore ways to navigate problems associated with making recordings such as mic placement, room acoustics, great results on a limited budget, and giving commissioned works a life beyond the first performance.
- Scott Tegge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/21/2012 08:30 AM - N/A
- As founder and tubist with the Gaudete Brass Quintet, Scott Tegge has given master classes at Juilliard and the Eastman School of Music, recorded three albums, and commissioned more than a dozen new works. A Chicago native, Scott received his BM in tuba performance from Eastman, his master’s from the University of Miami, and professional diploma in orchestral studies from Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts. In Florida, he performed with the New World Symphony, Miami Bach Society, Palm Beach Symphony, and he also served as principal tuba of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. As a faculty member, he made his solo debut with the Carthage College Wind Ensemble while on their Japan tour. He also teaches at the Merit School of Music in Chicago, and coach’s chamber music with the Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras.