United States-based saxophonist Jonathan Hulting-Cohen appears regularly as concerto soloist, recitalist and chamber musician. He premiered three saxophone concertos, including a double concerto with Arno Bornkamp, and performed standards with the Philadelphia Classical Symphony, Adrian Symphony Orchestra (MI) and Sequoia Symphony Orchestra (CA). He presented solo recitals in Strasbourg, France, Mississippi University for Women, the Edinburgh (Scotland) Fringe Festival, and performed chamber music with David Shifrin at Chamber Music Northwest under John Adams and David Robertson at Carnegie Hall. With the Admiral Launch Duo, Hulting-Cohen commissioned and premiered nationwide ten works for harp and saxophone, which are schedule for release on the duo’s debut album in 2018. Co-founder of The Moanin’ Frogs saxophone sextet, he performs internationally and maintains a visible profile in popular chamber music. Their debut album was released on Teal Creek Music in 2017. Jonathan Hulting-Cohen earned his BM and MM under Donald Sinta at the University of Michigan. He is Assistant Professor of Saxophone at University of Massachusetts Amherst.
Jul 11 201810:30
recitalSalvatore Macchia (1947): Spira B for alto saxophone and live electronics (European premiere)Felipe Salles (1973): Uirapuru for soprano saxophone and live electronics (European premiere )Ingrid Arauco (1957): Piece for alto saxophone solo (European premiere)
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