ISB 2019 Convention Presenter — Adrian Mann

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Name: Adrian Mann
Presentation Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 2:00 PM
Presentation Venue: Sweeney Hall
Presentation Title: Ultimate Bass Quartets: A 53-Year Evolution in Memory of Frederick Zimmermann
Type of Presentation: Lecture/Performance
Musical Style: Classical

ADRIAN MANN (ASCAP)                                               
(b. 1949)

Currently Principal Bass, Staff Arranger/Composer and
Librarian with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Adrian studied Bass with Frederick
Zimmermann, Sam Hollingsworth,

and John Mathews. His harmony and theory teacher was Matthew Colucci at the New School of
Music in Philadelphia, and he coached in composition with Seymour Barab and
Randall Thompson.

Adrian attended Peabody Conservatory and Catholic
University, earning the Artist Diploma, Master of Music and DMA. He has performed with the Richmond Symphony,
Orchestra International Iuventus in Italy, Bach Festival Orchestra in Bethlehem
PA, and the Eastern Festival Orchestra and has taught at Indiana-Purdue
University Fort Wayne and Oberlin College. Adrian is a member of ASCAP, and his compositions are published by
G.I.A., Augsburg Fortress and Transcontinental Music, Inc. of New York. For 20
years Adrian was Director of Music and Liturgy at St. Joseph Catholic Church in
Hessen Cassel, Indiana. 

In 2004, together with his son
Jonathan, he founded Basso Music Publications, dedicated to
offering the finest available music for Bass and Cello Ensemble, as well as
unique works for Bass and Orchestra and Bass in various chamber music

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