Ian Hallas, principal bassist for the Midwest Young Artists Symphony Orchestra (and my student for the past six years) is seen here performing the first movement of the Bottesini Concerto in B minor with his high school orchestra in Northbrook, Illinois. This was recorded live on October 29, 2007. Notice the low B extension that Ian is sporting (like his teacher!).
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- Hans Sturm teaches the Rabbath Technique part 3
- Boguslaw Furtok performs the Bottesini Gran Duo Concertant
- Dean Ferrell – Captain Tobias
- Gary Karr with his “Immortal Beloved”
- Mike Laconte tears it up slap-style
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