Aaron Tindall

Acting Principal

Aaron Tindall*

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Acting Principal

With his solo playing described as being "remarkable for both its solid power and its delicacy" and his orchestral playing praised as "a rock-solid foundation", Aaron Tindall is the acting principal tubist of the Sarasota Orchestra and the assistant professor of tuba and euphonium at the Frost School of Music - University of Miami.

Aaron has served as the acting principal tubist of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra, held the principal tuba position with the Aspen Festival Orchestra where he was an orchestral fellow, and has collaborated as guest tubist with orchestras such as the Teatro alla Scala Opera and Ballet Orchestra - Milan Italy, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra - Australia, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony. He is a frequent soloist, guest artist/clinician, and orchestral tubist throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. He has been featured at all of the International Tuba and Euphonium Conferences since 2006, performed in England with the National Champion Grimethorpe Colliery Brass Band, and his solo playing has been heard on NPR's "Performance Today" radio show.

Tindall has been a prizewinner of many competitions (solo & chamber) across the world. He has also been a two-time finalist in the prestigious Concert Artist Guild Competition, and released three highly acclaimed solo recordings; Transformations (Awarded two 2017 Global Music Awards), This is My House...(Awarded two 2015 Global Music Awards), and Songs of Ascent.

He previously served on the faculty of the Ithaca College - School of Music, Eastern Michigan University, at Penn State University as a visiting professor, and as a visiting tutor for tuba and euphonium at the Conservatoire National de Region in Perpignan, France.

His mentors include: Joe Alessi, Roger Bobo, Velvet Brown, Mel Culbertson, Warren Deck, Mike Dunn, Steven Mead, and Dan Perantoni.

Aaron is a Denis Wick - London artist and design specialist, having recently designed their complete Ultra Range AT signature series tuba mouthpieces. He is also a Buffet Crampon Tuba Artist and Clinician exclusively performing on the MW 2165/2 CC Tuba, a custom built MW 5450-Thor CC Tuba, MW 4450 F Tuba, and the MW 2182/W F Tuba.

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Written byHerald Tribune

 There's no doubt, audiences are thrilled by the Sarasota Orchestra's new music director, Anu Tali. She's brought an intense energy from the orchestra in previous performances and we found this yet again in a downright thrill ride of an encounter...  

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 Literally gripping the arms of my seat, I was not the only one propelled on this rollercoaster of delightful music.  

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 Every section and soloist within the orchestra played their role with strength and beauty; every tree proud and tall. Tali served as an excellent guide leading the forces with assured confidence. The overall sound was lush and, yes, intense just where it needed to be.  

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 The Sarasota Orchestra was brimming with bubbling energy...  

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 A lifetime of musical moments, cinematic in scope, gave every section of the orchestra a leading role at one time or another. Chief among them was the virtuosic solo of concertmaster Daniel Jordan.  

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 It was a thrill ride resulting in an explosion of audience enthusiasm.  

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 Tali conveyed a clear vision for the dramatic outline of this symphony, carefully pacing the darker, searching character of the music with pastoral conversations among voices in the orchestra.  

Written byThe Observer

 If you haven’t seen Tali yet, this will be a great introduction to the skyrocketing conductor who’s quickly becoming a household name around the world. You’ll see why we feel we’re lucky to have her here.  

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