MATT SULLIVAN  -  Oboe,  English Horn

  Director of Double Reed Studies at NYU Steinhardt
Department of Music and Preforming Arts Professionals
.

"MULTIPLE ONENESS", an intriguing performance art piece by

Matt Sullivan, oboist & painter Ken Cro-Ken."           

-  THE NEW YORK TIMES  (2011)

" ...the cutting edge." - THE NEW YORKER (1999)


NYU DOUBLE REED DAY - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 2011

STARTING 12 NOON


NYU
Steinhardt

School of Culture, Education and Human Development

Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

Double Reed Day at New York University

was Sunday, October 16, 2011

Oboe and Bassoon players - talented high school through college-age musicians

- and their teachers are invited to join us.

ATTENTION!!!

FYI - NYU DOUBLE REED DAY 2012
WILL BE SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7TH, 2012



Attend Master Classes and Open Lessons with NYU’s World Famous Faculty

and Attend a Concert of NYU Faculty, NYU Student All-Stars and DRD Participants


*  RAY STILL 2012 HONOREE

LOREN GLICKMAN 2011 HONOREE  *

World Renowned Bassoonist, Entrepreneur and Master Teacher


Located at New York University in the Heart of Greenwich Village

at the Department of Music and Performing Arts, 35 W. 4th Street.

Directions here.


Thank You to Buffet Crampon for it’s generous support.


http://www.mattsullivan.org/Buffet_Crampon.html


And to WRIGHT MUSIC Inc.

a wonderful supporter and vendor at

NYU DOUBLE REED DAY 2011

WRIGHT MUSIC Inc.
938 Port Washington Blvd.
Port Washington, NY 11050

Phone: (516) 883 0043
Fax: (516) 883 2522
E-Mail: info<a>wrightmusic.biz


Registration

* To make a reservation for Double Reed Day please REGISTER HERE.

You will receive an email confirming your reservation.

For further information contact Prof. Matt Sullivan:
Matt.Sullivan@nyu.edu


Links:

About the Music Dept.

About the Woodwind program 

Matt Sullivan Bio

Proposed Schedule of Events:

 12:00 pm Registration, Vendors
 12:30 pm Introductions, Vendor Time
 12:45 pm Instrument Care with Kristen Bertrand
  1:00 pm Master Class, Bert Lucarelli
  1:00 pm Master Class, Lenny Hindell 
  2:15 pm Reed Making for Bassoon, Jim Kopp
Reed Making for Oboe
, Matt Sullivan 
  3:15 pm Vendor Time
 3:30 pm The New Normal: Facing Challenging Times for Careers in the Performing Arts
 4:30 pm Chamber Music Coaching, Loewe Theater, with Loren Glickman
 5:30 pm Interview: Loren Glickman with Nora Post
 6:15 pm Award to Loren Glickman
 6:30 pm Faculty and Student Concert, with reception to follow

2011 Honoree

Loren Glickman is recognized as one of America’s foremost bassoon soloists and chamber music performers. He was one of the founding artists of the prestigious Lincoln Center Chamber Music Society where he performed for twenty years. He has performed at the White House, at the United Nations, and on many tours throughout the continental United States and Alaska. Mr. Glickman participated in the Festival Casals in Puerto Rico, the Aldeburgh Festival in England, The Spoleto Festival in Italy, and the Madeira Bach Festival. He has been guest artist in concerts with the Juilliard Quartet, The Guarneri Quartet, the Lenox Quartet, and the Alexander Schneider Quartet, and has recorded chamber music on Columbia Records, Angel Records, Vanguard, MGM, Kapp and Counterpoint Records (including recordings under the direction of Igor Stravinsky of his Histoire du Soldat, the Octet for Winds and the Septet).

Loren Glickman has taught and performed in China, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, England, Italy, Canada and Australia. As a conductor, he has conducted orchestras in the United States, Canada and Thailand, as well as the TV series’ The Defenders and The Nurses and The Rosie O’Donnell Show. As a composer, he has written music for many films and documentaries and has published over 90 pieces for bassoon, solo and ensemble currently available through TrevCo Music. Loren Glickman is the author of two books “Don’t Sqveeze de Bow”, reminiscences about the violinist-conductor Alexander Schneider, and “Maestro! Where’s The Beat?” about his many “lives” in the music business along with countless anecdotes about the famous musical personages with whom he has worked. He is also the author along with Mark Popkin of the definitive book on bassoon reed-making. He is the co- director of the Glickman-Popkin Bassoon Camp which has been in operation for 34 years. Mr. Glickman has been on the faculties of the Juilliard School, Queens College, Montclair State College and with the Canadian National Youth Orchestra. He was born in Cleveland, started bassoon lessons with Sanford Sharoff and graduated “With Distinction” from the Eastman School of Music in Rochester where he studied with Vincent Pezzi.



Located at New York University in the Heart of Greenwich Village 

at the Department of Music and Performing Arts, 35 W. 4th Street.


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A PIC FROM WOODWIND DAY 2010

Dr. Esther Lamneck and Prof. Matt Sullivan honoring Luis DeRos in October 2010, for his years of dedication 

to NYU and all it's wonderful programs; including NYU SUMMER INSTITUTE and NYU WOODWIND DAY.


For further information contact Prof. Matt Sullivan:
Matt.Sullivan@nyu.edu