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Latest news and upcoming performances


Jack Adler-McKean

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Latest news and upcoming performances


Jack Adler-McKean

Latest news and upcoming projects

 

SCHOLARSHIP PRIZE AT DARMSTADT

Jack has been awarded a Stipendiumpreis by the Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt (IMD), the first tuba player to have recieved any prize from the IMD in their 72 year history.

 

--- SPIELTECHNIK DER TUBA ---

Jack will be authoring a playing techniques guide to the tuba for Bärenreiter, more details to be announced soon.

 

--- CONTEMPORARY TUBA SERIES ---

Jack has been invited to curate the Contemporary Tuba Series with Berlin-based publishers Edition Gravis. Funding from Initiative Neue Musik Berlin has been secured to present a launch concert of new works for solo tuba from Mark Andre, Christian Mason, Haukur þór Harðarson and others on 2nd December at labourneunzehn in Alt-Treptow, Berlin.

 

RECORDING WITH THE RIOT ENSEMBLE

The project in London in September 2018 will include the premiere recording Liza Lim's violin concerto with soloist Sarah Saviet.

 

LOST HIGHWAY WITH ENSEMBLE MODERN

Six performances of Olga Neuwirth's opera Lost Highway at the Bockenheimer Depot, Frankfurt in September.

 

PERFORMANCE AND SEMINAR IN BELFAST

Concert and seminar for composers at Queen's University Belfast in October (more details coming soon).

 

DRESDENER SINFONIKER

Guest tuba for the Dresdener Sinfoniker's twentieth anniversary concert in November (more details coming soon).

 

INSTALLATION IN KARLSRUHE

Performance installation in Karlsruhe in November curated by Martin Daske (more details coming soon)

 

OFF SHORE

World premiere of a new work for brass quintet and electronics in December from Martin Hiendl (more details coming soon).

 

RESIDENCE IN ANKARA

Seminars, workshops and performances in December at Bilkent University (more details coming soon).

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About


About


Jack works primarily as a tubist, promoting his instrument to the contemporary musical world through collaborations with internationally renowned ensembles, composers and educational establishments. His extensive experience in older musical genres includes working with many world class orchestras, conductors and soloists, as well as historically informed performances on the serpent and ophicleide.

He performs as a soloist, in chamber ensembles and as an orchestral musician around the world, recent and future highlights including a solo tour around the American Northeast, an ensemble collaboration with Turkish musicians in Istanbul and Ankara, and an orchestral tour of Switzerland with Hildegard lernt Fliegen. Originally from Brighton on the south coast of England, he currently lives in Berlin.

Alongside performing on all members of the tuba family, he also works frequently as a composer, author/editor, euphoniumist, repetitur/coach, vocalist, administrator, conductor and arranger.

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