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Music at Noon Series
Peder MacLellan, tuba (University of British Columbia); Deanna Oye, piano
12:15 pm, February 13, 2018
University Recital Hall
Free admission, everyone welcome!
Presented by the Department of Music
Are you all about the bass? Come hear a recital of tuba music! With repertoire borrowed from Handel to music by famed film composer John Williams, there is something for everyone to satisfy that urge for the low tones of the brass world!
Peder MacLellan is Principal Tuba with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and is also a sessional lecturer at UBC where he teaches low brass and coaches chamber ensembles. In the past, Peder has been principal tuba with the South Bend and Lafayette Symphony Orchestras, and was the Associate Instructor of Tuba and Euphonium at Indiana University. Before moving to Vancouver, Peder maintained a successful career as a freelance musician in the U.S. and was an active studio musician in Indianapolis.
Peder has performed throughout Canada and the United States in various chamber music settings, symphony orchestras, wind ensembles, big bands and small group jazz ensembles. A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, he earned his Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from The University of Manitoba, holds a Master's Degree from Indiana University Bloomington, and is in the process of completing a Doctorate.
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