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NASA 2018 Biennial Conference Presenter — Scotty Phillips

Mark your calendars now to join us March 8-11, 2018 for the NASA 2018 Biennial Conference at University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio.
James Bunte — Host
— Conference Program Committee Chair
— NASA Director of Marketing

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Saxophone Player

Click here for the overall Conference Schedule. NOTE: The closing concert is on Sunday, March 13, at 3:00 PM in Hemmle Recital Hall. We hope you will make plans to be with us for this special performance.

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Name: Scotty Phillips
Website: http://sdpsaxophone.com
Presentation Date: Sunday, March 11, 2018 11:00 AM
Presentation Venue: Corbett
Presentation Title: Singularity Performs Michael Broder's Musica Derivata
Type of Presentation: Professional Classical Chamber Music Performance
Proposal Duration: 20
Bio: Described as a “splendid performer … [with] wonderful life and spirit,” and “at once sensitive, nuanced, brash and daring; all depending on the demands of the music,” saxophonist Scotty Phillips has been acclaimed and heard in performance across the United States, Canada, France, and Poland. He has performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Center for New Music, Wychwood Barns, Princeton Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series, ETHOS New Music Series, Roche Visiting Artist Series, First Tuesday Performance Series, Opening Nights, SaxOpen, Ratusz Staromiejski w Szczecinie, Nowosolski Dom Kultury, and Waleckie Centrum Kultury. He has also appeared as a soloist with the Florida State University Wind Orchestra, a guest artist at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith, Oklahoma State University, University of South Florida and with the Tallahassee Symphony, Flagstaff Symphony, National Music Festival Orchestra, and Taneycomo Festival Orchestra.
Ensemble Bio:

Singularity is a contemporary saxophone quartet dedicated to building relationships through live performance.

Praised in their May 2015 Carnegie Hall debut as “at once sensitive, nuanced, brash, and daring; all depending on the demands of the music” (David Ludwig, Curtis Institute) and for bringing “a wonderful life and spirit to my work,” (Charles Wuorinen, Pulitzer Prize-winning composer), Singularity’s performances combine precision, thoughtful interpretations, and an honest presentation of the close friendship they share.

Since forming in 2013, Singularity has developed an unending curiosity for the creation, purpose, and performance of original and arranged compositions for saxophone quartet. Their warm and artistically vulnerable presence encourages audiences to join in their exploration, establishing an inclusive environment ideal for deep listening and uninhibited imagination.

Recent Singularity appearances include performances on the Princeton Symphony Orchestra Chamber Series, at the Ethos New Music Society at SUNY Fredonia, and as guest artists and clinicians at Mercyhurst College.

Other Performers / Participants


 
Name Instrument Bio
Cole Belt Alto Saxophone undefined . . .
Thomas Giles Soprano Saxophone undefined . . .
Bryan McNamara Baritone Saxophone undefined . . .

Pieces to Be Performed


 
Title Composer Duration
Musica Derivata Michael Broder 20