Posted by Kelly O'Bryant on September 18, 1999 at 09:23:50:
Hi Folks -
I just wanted to let everyone know a couple of quick things:
My website, http://www.erols.com/kotuba , has recently been given a
major update. My publicist and my webmaster got together and gave it a
good facelift. You will find a new bio, some new photos, new links, and
an extensive 1999 - 2000 tour schedule. You will also find a lot of new
information about "Carolina Morning", the joint tuba solo CD I did with
Dennis AsKew. There are now online Liner Notes, a review of the CD, a
sound sample, as well as ordering information for both the CD and some
of the sheet music from it
As I mentioned above, my new tour/performance schedule is out. I
will be playing over 30 recitals from October though May, ranging from
Maryland to Texas, and as far north as Wisconsin, all the way down to
New Orleans. For your convenience, I have included a "text only" version
of my tour season just down below, immediately following my sig. file.
1999 -2000 Season performance text, as taken from my website:
These are dates that were confirmed as of 17 September 1999. Check back
here periodically for schedule updates and changes. Please e-mail Kelly
if you have any questions about any of his upcoming performances.
All performances listed below are made possible in part by generous
support from Dillon Music, Inc., in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
1999 - 2000 Season dates:
04 October 99 - Guest Artist at the University of South Carolina.
Columbia, South Carolina.
06 & 07 October 99 - Guest Artist at East Carolina University.
Greenville, North Carolina.
24 October 99 - Guest Artist - First Presbyterian Church Recital Series.
26 October 99 - Guest Artist at the University of Montevallo.
27 October 99 - Guest Artist at Alabama State University. Montgomery,
27 October 99 - Special Appearance at Auburn University Afternoon
Convocation Series (4:00). Auburn, Alabama.
28 October 99 - Guest Artist at Samford University. Birmingham, Alabama.
01 & 02 November 99 - Guest Artist at Louisiana State University. Baton
04 & 05 November 99 - Guest Artist at Morehead State University.
27 January 2000 - Guest Artist at The U.S. Army Band Tuba-Euphonium
Conference. Ft. Myer, Virginia. Performing the Virginia premiere of
"Duh Suite" with Dennis AsKew.
11 February 2000 - Faculty Recital at the University of Maryland
Baltimore County. UMBC Campus, Baltimore, Maryland.
14 & 15 February 2000 - Guest Artist at the University of Michigan. Ann
15 & 16 February 2000 - Guest Artist at Michigan State University.
21 - 26 February 2000 - Artist in Residence at Lawrence University
Conservatory of Music. Appleton, Wisconsin.
01 & 02 March 2000 - Guest Artist at Drake University. Des Moines, Iowa.
16 March 2000 - Guest Soloist with The Frederick Orchestra. Frederick,
23 March 2000 - Guest Soloist with The Frederick Orchestra. Frederick,
31 March 2000 - Faculty Recital at Salisbury State University. The Great
Hall, SSU Campus, Salisbury, Maryland.
05 - 08 April 2000 - Artist in Residence in for Public Schools in Tulsa,
Oklahoma (Details to follow....).
10 April 2000 - Guest Artist at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.
11 & 12 April 2000 - Guest Artist at Texas A & M University at Commerce.
16 April 2000 - Guest Artist at Tennessee Technological University.
21 May 2000 - Guest Soloist with the University of Maryland Baltimore
County Symphony Orchestra. UMBC Campus, Baltimore, Maryland.
30 May - 03 June 2000 - Guest Artist at the International Tuba Euphonium
Conference 2000, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Kelly will be performing
the "Carolina Morning" CD recital with Dennis AsKew. In addition, he
will also be performing with 5th Bass while at ITEC 2000, as well as
serving as the Chair of the Street Musicians Competition.