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Program Andrew Chilcote, bass John Wilson, piano Douglas Aliano, narrator Johanna Gruskin, flute Elizabeth Oka, viola Domenico Dragonetti Waltz No. 7 (1763 - 1846) Frank Proto Sonata (1963) (b. 1941) I. Slow and Peaceful II. Moderate 4 - Swing III. Molto adagio IV. Allegro energico Lucas Drew Zodiac Suite (1987) (b. 1938) Erwin Schulhoff Concertino (1925) (1894 - 1942) Andante con moto Furiant Andante Rondo Andrew Chilcote, a native of Irvine, California, is a third-year Bass Fellow at the New World Symphony. Before joining NWS, he previously worked with Michael Tilson Thomas in the YouTube Symphony’s 2011 worldwide broadcast from the Sydney Opera House. He held the position of Principal Bass with the Discovery Ensemble, a critically acclaimed chamber orchestra in Boston. In addition, he has been a section player with the Terre Haute Symphony, Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, Atlantic Symphony, Boston Philharmonic and the period music ensemble Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. In the summer Mr. Chilcote performs as a member of the Artosphere Festival Orchestra and has previously played with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and Spoleto Festival U.S.A. Orchestra. His U.S. summer festival appearances include the National Repertory Orchestra, Castleton Festival Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival, Music Academy of the West, Chautaqua Music Festival and Texas Music Festival. Abroad he has played with the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, Britten-Pears Orchestra and Malaysian Philharmonic, in addition to tours of Vatican City and Chile as principal bassist with the YOA Orchestra of the Americas. Mr. Chilcote is an eager mentor in the New World Symphony’s MusicLab outreach program, teaching and coaching regularly at schools throughout Miami and in collaboration with the Atlanta Youth Symphony and Academia Filarmónica de Medellín (AFMED) in Colombia. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music, studying with Donald Palma and James Orleans. While pursuing further studies at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, he studied with Bruce Bransby and was a member of the school’s New Music Ensemble.

Composers:
Domenico Dragonetti, Frank Proto, Lucas Drew, Erwin Schulhoff

Works:
Waltz No. 7, Sonata 1963, Zodiac Suite, CONCERTINO FOR FLUTE, VIOLA AND BASS

Instruments:
Double Bass, Viola, Flute, and Piano

Recorded Date: 13-11-2017



Andrew Chilcote
Double Bass

Andrew Chilcote, a native of Irvine, California, is a third-year Bass Fellow at the New World Symphony. Before joining NWS, he previously worked with Michael Tilson Thomas in the YouTube Symphony’s 2011 worldwide broadcast from the Sydney Opera House. He held the position of Principal Bass with the Discovery Ensemble, a critically acclaimed chamber orchestra in Boston. In addition, he has been a section player with the Terre Haute Symphony, Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, Atlantic Symphony, Boston Philharmonic and the period music ensemble Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra.

In the summer Mr. Chilcote performs as a member of the Artosphere Festival Orchestra and has previously played with the Verbier Festival Orchestra and Spoleto Festival U.S.A. Orchestra. His U.S. summer festival appearances include the National Repertory Orchestra, Castleton Festival Orchestra, Aspen Music Festival, Music Academy of the West, Chautaqua Music Festival and Texas Music Festival. Abroad he has played with the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra, Britten-Pears Orchestra and Malaysian Philharmonic, in addition to tours of Vatican City and Chile as principal bassist with the YOA Orchestra of the Americas.

Mr. Chilcote is an eager mentor in the New World Symphony’s MusicLab outreach program, teaching and coaching regularly at schools throughout Miami and in collaboration with the Atlanta Youth Symphony and Academia Filarmónica de Medellín (AFMED) in Colombia. He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees from the New England Conservatory of Music, studying with Donald Palma and James Orleans. While pursuing further studies at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, he studied with Bruce Bransby and was a member of the school’s New Music Ensemble.