Ted Soluri is the principal bassoonist of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, a position he has also held with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and the Santa Fe Opera. Additionally, he teaches at Southern Methodist University.
Mr. Soluri’s solo appearances include Mozart’s Concerto for Bassoon; Carl Maria von Weber’s Bassoon Concerto and Andante and Hungarian Rondo; Ferdinand David’s Concertino; Richard Strauss’ Duett-concertino for clarinet, bassoon, strings and harp; Michael Daugherty’s Dead Elvis, and Jurien Andriessen’s Concertino. Additionally, he has performed concertos commissioned for him by composers Marc Neikrug and Jerod Tate.
In 2017, Mr. Soluri’s first album, Sempre Libera was released on Azica Records. The album is a collection of opera arias arranged for bassoon and piano. This year will see the release of his second album, songs of late-season, featuring French music for bassoon and harp.
Mr. Soluri is a Fox Artist and plays on a red maple 601.
Open to the public – Purchase Tickets (Ticket included with conference registration.) IDRS 2022 Conference Festival Orchestra with members of the Colorado Symphony Gary Lewis, Conductor Ted Soluri, Bassoon “Ghost of the White Deer” – Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate (1968) The performance of “Ghost of the White Deer” by Jerod Impichchaachaaha Tate was made possible by generous […]