who attended the Interlochen Center
for the Arts and went on to become the assistant principal percussionist
and timpanist with the National Symphony Orchestra.
November 1975, he performed “Elegy for Bernd Alois
Zimmerman” by Eugene O’Brian and “The Joiner and the
Die-Hard” by Kenneth Timm at the Cleveland
State University Main Classroom Auditorium. He returned on 31st October
1976 to perform Larry Baker’s “Musicpiece
which he has appeared include: Donald Erb/John
Christmas by The Cleveland Institute of Music Harp Ensemble; Handel: The Complete Water Music; Music for
the Royal Fireworks; It’s
Good to Be the King: Musical
Delights for Kings, Queens, Princes and Royalty; Light’s Glittering Morn:
A Musical Celebration; Kilo Ali’s Organized Bass; and, Dave Brubeck’s To Hope! A Celebration.
April 2006, the NSO and Emanuel Ax performed Ludwig van Beethoven’s “Piano
Concerto No. 3 in C minor, Op. 37”, which was sandwiched between
Samuel Barber’s “Medea’s Dance
of Vengeance, Op. 23a” and Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Symphony
No. 2 in E minor, Op. 27”.
participated in the NSO’s Kentucky
Residency in February 2011.
Their itinerary included stops in Florence,
for performances of Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 4 in B flat
major, Op. 60”, Aaron Copland’s suite from Appalachian Spring, Michael Daugherty’s “Route 66”,
and highlights from Maurice Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloe.
Paul Hill Chorale recordings
O Come All Ye Faithful (Frederick
Oakeley/John Francis Wade)
Arranger – Jackson Berkey
Conductor – Paul Hill
Organist – Sondra Proctor
Capital Brass and Percussion Ensemble