The Brettybang Show
About This Show
Listen to the secrets of the greatest musicians, artists and creatives of our time with interviews by Brett Yang. Brett is best known for his Internet Personality at TwoSet Violin and the Co- Founder of The Practice Journal. He has performed as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra musician around the world and is featured on no.1 New York Classical Radio Station WQXR.
Most Recent Episode
#24 Nathan Cole talks about orchestral auditions and different kinds of learners
Nathan Cole, First Associate Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, has appeared as guest concertmaster with the orchestras of Pittsburgh, Minnesota, Houston, Ottawa, Seattle, and Oregon. He was previously a member of the Chicago Symphony and Principal Second Violin of the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra. A native of Lexington, KY, he made his debut with the Louisville Orchestra at the age of ten while studying with Donna Wiehe. After eight years working with Daniel Mason, Cole enrolled at the Curtis Institute of Music. In addition to his studies there with Pamela Frank, Felix Galimir, Ida Kavafian, and Jaime Laredo, Cole formed the Grancino String Quartet, debuting in New York’s Weill Hall. Several summers at Marlboro enriched his love of chamber music. While in Chicago, Nathan taught at Roosevelt University and coached the Chicago Civic Orchestra. He is currently on the faculty at the Colburn School for the Performing Arts, with classes at the Colburn Conservatory and USC. His articles and photographs have appeared in Strings, Symphony, and Chamber Music magazines. Nathan is on the faculties of the Colburn Community School for Performing Arts and Azusa Pacific University, as well as an online teaching artist with ArtistWorks. www.brettybang.com www.instagram.com/brettybang www.facebook.com/brettybang SNAPCHAT: Brettybang
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Date published: 2016-11-03