player who was the Principal Horn of the Boston Symphony Orchestra for a
quarter of a century until his retirement in the late 1990s.
not begin to pursue music as a vocation until he was well into his
thirties. He had acquired his
Doctor of Philosophy in Physics and was a fully tenured professor when he
decided to take some time off and go to auditions. He landed a spot in one of Denver’s
orchestras for one year and then won the prime spot in the BSO horn
which he appears include a series of Anton Reicha
woodwind quintets by the Westwood Wood Quintet on Crystal Records, Brass Busters by the Canadian Brass,
Ravel: Orchestral Works by the BSO, and
Schubert: Octet by the Boston Symphony
Chamber Players. You can also
see him in the performance video, The
Canadian Brass Spectacular.
retirement from the BSO, he has spent a lot of his time free-lancing and
teaching in his new home state of Minnesota.
The Principal Brass of the New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony Orchestra recordings
in Double Echo (Giovanni
Arranger – Arthur Frackenpohl