Nathan Farrington graduated from the Curtis Institute of Music in May, 2006. Mr. Farrington studied double bass with the Principal Bassist of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Hal Robinson, as well as with famed soloist Edgar Meyer. Mr. Farrington has appeared as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Columbus Symphony, the Aspen Music Festival Conducting Orchestra, and the Minnesota Sinfonia. An avid chamber musician, Nathan completed his third summer at the Marlboro Music Festival in 2006. He appears regularly in the bass sections of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, and the Columbus Symphony, as well as the conductor-less ensemble, the East Coast Chamber Orchestra. Mr. Farrington was awarded second prize at the 2009 International Society of Bassists Solo Competition, and won the Aspen Music Festival’s 2009 Low Strings Concerto Competition. In addition to bass, Mr. Farrington has begun to develop his tenor singing voice. He has studied vocal technique with his father Michael Farrington, and Mark Oswald in New York City, and made his debut as tenor soloist in Beethoven’s “Chorale Fantasy” with Richard Goode and the Marlboro Music Festival Orchestra, under Ignat Solzhenitsyn in August of 2007.
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