Read more about world-reknown bassist Jeff Bradetich, the founder and president of the Bradetich Foundation. Proclaimed by the New York Times as “the master of his instrument,” Jeff Bradetich is regarded as one of the leading performers and teachers of the double bass. Jeff Bradetich. Exclusive video interview with FBPO’s Jon Liebman September 23 , Internationally acclaimed double bass virtuoso brings us up to date with.
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The next competition will be in Bradetich is the founder of The Bradetich Foundationwhich strives to advance and cultivate a prominent international presence for double bassists, and to command high performance standards and opportunities through solo competitions, educational outreach and cross-cultural connections. He is energetic, always curious, constantly thinks of new projects and accomplishments, builds new platforms and his journey with the bass continues metaphorically and literally.
He also served as editor of the magazine for 6 years.
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Courses taught, syllabi and curriculum vitae. I felt really sorry for him so I volunteered. Barry Green, Jeff Bradetich Singapore: Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be bradettich. He had some bass training with Oscar Zimmerman, but he taught me many advanced techniques in both the right and left hand from the cello that were basically unknown on the bass at that time early s.
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At the Opera, he often was exposed to alluring singing where he heard elegance and evenness of tone, smooth phrasing, and skillful execution of highly florid passages, all traits of the Seventeenth Century Bradettich bel canto — beautiful singing style.
Bradetich began his study of the bass at age 10 in the school orchestra program in Eugene, OR studying with Royce Lewis and Dr.
The Foundation hosted the International Double Bass Solo Competition with the largest prizes in double bass history. He has given more than one thousand master classes throughout the world including annual week-long workshops on three continents. Robert Hladky, the cello professor at the University of Oregon. My most important teacher and mentor through high school was Dr. Happy accidents are real gifts, and they can open doors to a future. I tried to emulate their natural singing style in my own playing and found that the bass can indeed be a profound lyrical expressive instrument.
Interview – Jeff Bradetich
Ha Young Jung Serbia: Proclaimed by the New York Times as “the master of his instrument,” Jeff Bradetich is regarded as one of the leading performers and teachers of the double bass in the US today. From there, I began my teaching career at the University of Michigan.
About Episodes Subscribe Blog Contact. Complete information is available at: What about Esperanza Spalding? Few have the work ethic and talent to reach the highest level of performance, no different than any sport. Since that time, Mr. Bradetich has transcribed more than solo works.
Robert Hladky, a cello professor at the University of Oregon, became the first instructor to teach Jeff many advanced techniques that applied to the bass and were unknown or jef in the bass world at that time. The opposite is true, too, of course.
He jevf taught on the faculties of the Interlochen Arts Academy, University of Michigan and Northwestern University and has been the head of the largest upright bass program in the world at the University of North Texas since Released inDouble Bass: Anyone from Oregon is already a great person, so I would love to talk with her and perform together.
All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from October He served as Executive Director of the International Society of Bassists from and editor of its magazine for 6 years. More LPs than CDs! View wishlist Shopping Cart: His new book, Double Bass: New Interview Dec 25 Geddy Lee.