David Pituch


David Pituch a choisi d'interpréter:
David Pituch has chosen to perform:

Brian Fennelly

Trio *

[flûte, saxophone alto et piano / flute, alto saxophone and piano]

avec la collaboration de:

with the participation of:

Caroline Pittman, flûte / flute

Brian Fennelly, piano

* Création / World premiere
David Pituch is an international classical saxophonist based in the Chicago area. He has been a featured solo artist on Chicago radio stations WFMT, WNIB, and WBEZ. His live-recital broadcasts have been recorded by WGBH in Boston, Danish Radio Program 2, Polish Radio, Finnish Radio, and Austrian Radio. His critically acclaimed solo CD "David Pituch Plays" (Pro Viva ISPV 175 CD) is available at most major record stores (Tower Record, Borders Books and Music and from amazon.com). The Saxophone Journal describes David Pituch as "an outstanding performer and a wonderful soloist... He is a musical force that must be heard and a saxophonist that can't be ignored.

Concertos premiered by David Pituch include: Concertino by Roman Palester, Musica Concertante by Edward Boguslawski, Concerto by Brian Fennelly, and Concerto by the Chicago composer Robert Kritz. He has performed in recital on the Dame Myra Hess series at the Chicago Cultural Center and the Chautauqua Chicago Series of the Chicago Public Library. Internationally, Mr. Pituch has been a featured soloist on orchestral concerts, recitals, and music festivals throughout all of Europe. As a chamber musician he has performed with the Washington Square Chamber Musicians in New York City and with Muzyka Centrum in Cracow, Poland and Schwaz/Tirol, Austria.

Mr. Pituch's performances are consistently described as beautiful programs, thoughtfully designed to demonstrate a broad range of the emergent classical saxophone playing tradition. David Pituch received his musical education at the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory in Berea, Ohio (BM); the University of Colorado in Boulder (MM); and at the School of Music at Northwestern University (DM). In April of 1999 Dr. Pituch received an Alumni Achievement Award from the Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory in recognition of his accomplishments as a performer, promoter, teacher, author, and music historian.

Caroline Pittman received her Bachelor of Music from Stetson University and her Master of Music from the Manhattan School of Music. Her principal teachers are Geoffrey Gilbert, Parker Taylor, Harold Bennett, and Charles DeLaney. She is the principal flutist of the Joffrey Ballet Orchestra and CUBE Chamber Ensemble. She is also an active freelance flutist, who can be heard on Warner Brothers CD and video Peter and the Wolf. Caroline Pittman has been principal flutist with the Mexico City Philharmonic and the Opera and Ballet Orchestra of Bellas Artes in Mexico City.

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