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It's About Time! Is a brilliant new release from hornists Bruce Bonnell and Andrew Pelletier, and pianist Peter Green. Works by David Gillingham, Samuel Adler, Alan Civil, Christopher Dietz, Jay Batzner, and Richard Bissill are featured. A chamber music specialist critically acclaimed for his "unfailing beauty of tone" and "utmost sensitivity", Dr. Bruce Bonnell has enjoyed a successful career as orchestral performer, soloist, clinician and pedagogue on the horn and natural horn throughout North America and Southeast Asia. Born and raised in Newfoundland, Dr. Bonnell has been professor of horn at Central Michigan University since 2000. Internationally active horn soloist, Grammy Award winning chamber musician, and masterclass clinician, Andrew Pelletier enjoys an extremely busy life of solo playing, orchestral performance, and mentoring developing musicians. On his solo performing, John Henken of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "gleaming, handsome playing. Pelletier is a soloist who seems capable of anything on his instrument." Dr. Peter Green was born in Newfoundland, Canada's most easterly province. He received his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees with full scholarship from the University of Southern California under the direction of Stewart Gordon, where he also served as Assistant Lecturer of Piano. Dr. Green currently serves as Chair of the Visual & Performing Arts Division at Glendale College.
It's About Time! Is a brilliant new release from hornists Bruce Bonnell and Andrew Pelletier, and pianist Peter Green. Works by David Gillingham, Samuel Adler, Alan Civil, Christopher Dietz, Jay Batzner, and Richard Bissill are featured. A chamber music specialist critically acclaimed for his "unfailing beauty of tone" and "utmost sensitivity", Dr. Bruce Bonnell has enjoyed a successful career as orchestral performer, soloist, clinician and pedagogue on the horn and natural horn throughout North America and Southeast Asia. Born and raised in Newfoundland, Dr. Bonnell has been professor of horn at Central Michigan University since 2000. Internationally active horn soloist, Grammy Award winning chamber musician, and masterclass clinician, Andrew Pelletier enjoys an extremely busy life of solo playing, orchestral performance, and mentoring developing musicians. On his solo performing, John Henken of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "gleaming, handsome playing. Pelletier is a soloist who seems capable of anything on his instrument." Dr. Peter Green was born in Newfoundland, Canada's most easterly province. He received his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees with full scholarship from the University of Southern California under the direction of Stewart Gordon, where he also served as Assistant Lecturer of Piano. Dr. Green currently serves as Chair of the Visual & Performing Arts Division at Glendale College.
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Format: CD
Label: CENTAUR
Rel. Date: 05/20/2022
UPC: 044747393421

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It's About Time! Is a brilliant new release from hornists Bruce Bonnell and Andrew Pelletier, and pianist Peter Green. Works by David Gillingham, Samuel Adler, Alan Civil, Christopher Dietz, Jay Batzner, and Richard Bissill are featured. A chamber music specialist critically acclaimed for his "unfailing beauty of tone" and "utmost sensitivity", Dr. Bruce Bonnell has enjoyed a successful career as orchestral performer, soloist, clinician and pedagogue on the horn and natural horn throughout North America and Southeast Asia. Born and raised in Newfoundland, Dr. Bonnell has been professor of horn at Central Michigan University since 2000. Internationally active horn soloist, Grammy Award winning chamber musician, and masterclass clinician, Andrew Pelletier enjoys an extremely busy life of solo playing, orchestral performance, and mentoring developing musicians. On his solo performing, John Henken of the Los Angeles Times wrote, "gleaming, handsome playing. Pelletier is a soloist who seems capable of anything on his instrument." Dr. Peter Green was born in Newfoundland, Canada's most easterly province. He received his Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees with full scholarship from the University of Southern California under the direction of Stewart Gordon, where he also served as Assistant Lecturer of Piano. Dr. Green currently serves as Chair of the Visual & Performing Arts Division at Glendale College.
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