ISB 2021 Convention Presenter — Luis Gomez-Imbert

University of Nebraska - Lincoln

The ISB 2021 Convention will be held June 7-12, 2021 in beautiful Lincoln, Nebraska, home of our host University of Nebraska - Lincoln. The event will take place from Monday, June 3, 2019, through Saturday, June 8, 2019. We anticipate over 1,000 bassists, exhibitors, collaborative musicians, family members and guests from around the world to attend the concerts, seminars, workshops, lecture-demonstrations, panel discussions, masterclasses, exhibits, Young Bassists Program, and ensembles for non-professional bassists. In addition, the ISB will be holding solo, jazz, orchestral and young bassist performance competitions, and the eighth biennial ISB Maker's Competition over Monday, June 5th and Tuesday, June 6th.

As a non-profit organization that puts its revenues back to work for its membership, we rely on ISB members to help make the convention a great experience for everyone who attends. We are grateful for the many presenters over the years who have donated their time, travel and talent as a way of giving back to the worldwide bass community.

The following is a tentative list of convention presenters, subject to change. Click on a Presentation Title to see more information about the presenter and their presentation.

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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Name Presentation Title Time / Venue
Luis Gomez-Imbert Technology and music 9:00 AM
Lecture 2
Nick Scales Teaching Bass in a Day to the non-bassist String Teacher 9:00 AM
Lecture 1
Paul Robinson Rhythm, Rhythm and Rhythm: Three Requirements for Effective Auditions 10:00 AM
Lecture 1
Braun Khan The Bass Line Vocabulary of Israel Crosby 11:00 AM
Sweeney Hall
Miles Brown Joe Mondragon's Bass Lines 3:00 PM
Sweeney Hall
Brian Casey Bridging Traditions: A Musico-cultural Analysis of the use of sequence, pattern and musical rhyme in the improvised jazz solos of Charlie Haden after 1975. 3:00 PM
Lecture 1
Danny Ziemann Teaching Jazz Bass: Considerations for the Future of our Profession 4:00 PM
Sweeney Hall

Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Name Presentation Title Time / Venue
Andrew Kohn finding bass sheet music 9:00 AM
Lecture 2
Sonia Ray Gestural Memory and Daily Pantomimes in the Teaching of the Double Bass for Beginners 9:00 AM
M242
Scott Dixon Practical Just Intonation 11:00 AM
Lecture 1
Chris Kosky The Thumb Transition Zone 11:00 AM
Lecture 2

Thursday, June 6, 2019

Name Presentation Title Time / Venue
Claus Freudenstein The magic of Minibass 11:00 AM
Lecture 1
John Schimek Teaching Private Lessons the R.I.T.E. Way 11:00 AM
Lecture 2
David Baker The Double Bass in Jazz: It's Evolution from 1920 to 1950 2:00 PM
Lecture 2
Tisha Simeral Adventures in Academia: Survival Tips, Roadmaps, Detours, and Reflections for Your Journey to Teaching in Higher Education 3:00 PM
Lecture 2

Friday, June 7, 2019

Name Presentation Title Time / Venue
Caroline Emery Bow works Progressive Technique for Double bass and use with other major approaches and standard repertoire. 3:00 PM
Lecture 1
Kate Jones Suzuki Bass in Action 4:00 PM
M344

Saturday, June 8, 2019

Name Presentation Title Time / Venue
Fausto Borem 2018 Research Competition 3:00 PM
Lecture Demo 2