The Sally Fleming Guest Masterclass Series: Juan DeGomar, Atlanta Symphony
- Monday March 16 4:30pm
Juan de Gomar joined the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra as contrabassoonist in 2001, and previously held the same position with the Oregon Symphony for nearly 17 years. He continues to perform annually with the Grand Teton Music Festival.
Solo appearances include Hell's Angels with the Oregon Symphony, recorded on Delos, and the Dorff Contrabassoon Concerto with the Walla Walla Symphony.
In the past, de Gomar has conducted contrabassoon masterclasses at the Curtis Institute of Music and the International Double Reed Society.
In addition to recordings with both the Atlanta and Oregon symphony orchestras, he has also recorded with the Grand Teton and Oregon Bach music festivals, Third Angle New Music Ensemble, The Bassoon Brothers, a bassoon quartet, and with Robert Williams, performing trios of Julius Weissenborn. Recording Labels include Telarc, Deutsche Grammophon, Delos, Koch, Crystal, Gagliano, Hennsler, and Equilibrium.
He attended Wayne State University and received his bachelor’s degree from Temple University. His teachers include Bernard Garfield, Robert Williams, and Leonard Sharrow.
Free - no tickets required