This article is aboutMilt Hinton Day at the Oberlin Conservatory http://tinyurl.com/pvo7xb8 and this one is from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music Web page for the Inaugural Milt Hinton Institute for Studio Bass http://tinyurl.com/nzyhfo8
Hey everyone! Here are two different recital programs. On the left, it is from the most recent taken place at Oberlin and on the right is at the University of Wisconsin – Madison from 1982.
Photo by Rosen-Jones Photography. Milt Hinton’s famous bass is featured in this pic – its an 18th century instrument that Milt acquired in 1937 from a multi-generational bass family from Milan, Italy. This instrument was prominent in the NYC studios beginning in the middle 50s throughout 80s. After Milt passed in 2000, the […]
What a show tonight with Ann Hampton Callaway. Packed house twice. Best NYE we have ever had. A new nighttown tradition!
Just played last week, Oct. 3rd at Night Town in Cleveland with the legendary guitarist Mundell Lowe. Mundell is 91 years old and still finding his way around songs and playing some beautiful melodies and inventive chord progressions- it was especially eye and ear opening. We had some meaningful conversations after sound check and […]
I’m playing a solo double bass recital in Oberlin this sunday, Oct 6th 2013 in Fairchild chapel. The music from the 1930s-80s features a couple of original compositions and selections by Rodgers & Hart, Ellington, Dameron, Adderley, Corea, & Evans: all adapted and arranged for solo double bass. The picture was taken in the fall of 1969 […]
Hello everyone. I would just like to welcome all of the students back to campus and for the newcomers, welcome for the first time. Glad to be with everyone and back to playing music!