0:00 Conversation with The Two Gabagools and performers
30:00 Concert begins
Thank you for joining us. The Next Up Series showcases alumni of the Colburn School as curators and performers. Tonight’s program is curated and produced by Conrad Jones (Conservatory ’13) as part of the brass chamber duo, The Two Gabagools.
HAYATO TANAKA Gabagool Fanfare (World Premiere)
RAMEAU arr. T2GBs Deux rigaudons from Pièces de clavecin
MOONDOG Instrumental Rounds in Snaketime I and II
PIAZZOLLA arr. T2GBs/HAYATO TANAKA Libertango
CAROLINE SHAW Dolce Cantavi
DEBUSSY arr. T2GBs La fille aux cheveux de lin
DAVE DOUGLAS Twisted
MORRICONE arr. T2GBs Love Theme from Cinema Paradiso
BACH arr. T2GBs Selected Variations from Aria variata in A Minor, BWV 989
PAUL SIMON arr. T2GBs Bridge Over Troubled Water
MOZART Suite from Marriage of Figaro
SHERMAN/WEISS arr. COLE/T2GBs That Sunday, That Summer
The Two Gabagools:
Conrad Jones (Conservatory ’13), Trumpet
Riley Giampaolo, Bass Trombone
Kevin Lin (Conservatory ’15), Violin
Austin Huntington (Conservatory ’16), Cello
Hayato Tanaka (Conservatory ’17), Trumpet
Anthony Taddeo, Drums
To help break the mold of what is commonly seen as the stereotypical “classical music” audience, brass chamber duo The Two Gabagools present original arrangements and compositions, covering a wide range of musical styles with the help of Colburn alumni.
You can revisit the entire concert video, including the pre-talk, on this page until end-of-day Sunday.
The Colburn School thanks Gibson Dunn for their support.
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6. Tuned in late? A video of the full event will be available on this page for three days following the premiere.