Bill Douglas is a bassoonist-pianist-composer who toured and recorded for thirty years with clarinetist Richard Stoltzman. As a bassoonist, he has played with the Toronto and New Haven Symphonies, and has recorded three RCA albums with Peter Serkin and Tashi. As a jazz pianist, he has toured and recorded with vibraphonist Gary Burton and bassist Eddie Gomez. In 1994, SOCAN, the Canadian equivalent of ASCAP and BMI, presented him with their classical composer of the year award. His compositions have been performed by major orchestras and chamber groups around the world. He taught at Cal Arts for seven years and Naropa University for thirty-three years. Twenty CDs of his music are available. (see www.billdouglas.cc).
Open to the public – Purchase Tickets (Ticket included with conference registration.) Johanna Cox Pennington, oboe; Carpe Diem String Quartet A Single Voice for Oboe and String Quartet – Ezra Laderman (1924-2015) Darrel Hale, bassoon Enigma for Solo Bassoon – William Winstead (1942-2020) Ciara Glasheen-Artem, oboe; Brenda Ishikawa, piano An Chúillfhionn (The Fair Lady) […]
Bill Douglas Tribute Concert All Compositions by Bill Douglas (b. 1944) All pieces published by TrevCo Music Publishing Partita #1 for Bassoon and Piano I.Bebop Cantando II. Mirage V. Caribbean Jig Gyungsun Im, bassoon Bill Douglas, piano Two Pieces for Solo Bassoon (1972) Steve Braunstein, bassoon Celtic Reflections Return to Inishmore The Island of Woods […]