Tuba Concerto No. 2 — CONSORTIUM
Join Florida State University and Dr. Justin Benavidez in commissioning a new Tuba Concerto from award-winning composer, Todd Goodman.
PARTICIPATING SCHOOLS and PLAYERS
LEAD COMMISSIONER: Florida State University - Justin Benavidez
Alexander Lapins (University of Tennesse-Knoxville)
Preston Light (Xavier University)
Jason Venesky (Grove City College / Butler Symphony)
William Waterman (Bosie State University)
David Kutz (Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra)
Pat Stuckemeyer (Kentucky Wesleyan College)
Jarrod Williams (East Carolina University)
Ryan Robinson (Oklahoma State University)
Zach Collins (Indiana University of PA)
Kenneth Luke, Jr.
Justin Chervony (University of Miami)
Chris Combest (Middle Tennessee State University)
Daniel Burdick (Edinboro University of Pennsylvania)
Brandon Smith (Florida State University)
Matthew Shipes (Angelo State University)
Ryan Sorenson (Stetson University)
Dr. Benavidez will premiere the orchestral version of this work during the 2022-23 season. Anyone who has joined the consortium, as either an individual, wind ensemble, or studio member, will have exclusive rights to the performance of this work for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons. Goodman is no stranger to the tuba, for his Tuba Concerto and tuba chamber works are performed and recorded by tubists all over the world. This will be the seventh large-scale concerto written by Goodman. His other concerti include the following:
Concerto for Alto Saxophone and Orchestra (premiered by O. Angel Negrin)
Concerto for Piccolo and Orchestra (premiered by West Point Band's Torin Olsen)
Concerto for Bass Clarinet and Orchestra (premiered and recorded by Calvin Falwell)
Trombone Concerto (premiered by Kevin McManus and recorded by Peter Steiner)
Tuba Concerto (premiered and recorded by Aaron Tindall)
Trombone Concerto No. 2 (premiered and recorded by Bruce Tychinski)
The Tuba Concerto No. 2 will be written in three versions: piano, orchestra, and wind ensemble. Each participant in the consortium can buy into the work at three different levels—individual, wind ensemble, and studio. All levels include a personalized listing of your choice in each version of the score and a signed copy of the piano reduction. Other benefits for each consortium level are as follows:
$50 - Individual
This level includes the printed SCORE and PART to the piano reduction
$500 - Wind Ensemble
In addition to the printed SCORE and PART to the piano reduction, this level also includes the printed SCORE and PARTS to the wind ensemble version.
ACCOMPANIMENT SCORED for: piccolo, flute 1-2, oboe 1-2, clarinet 1-3, bass clarinet, bassoon 1-2, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, horn 1-4, trumpet in Bb 1-3, trombone 1-3, tuba, percussion 1-3, piano
$1000 - Studio
In addition to the printed SCORE and PART to the piano reduction AND the printed SCORE and PARTS to the wind ensemble version, this level also includes the printed SCORE and exclusive access to rental parts for two seasons (2022-23 & 2023-24) of the orchestra version at no additional cost.
ORCHESTRA ACCOMPANIMENT SCORED for: (1,1,1,1 1,1,1,1, piano, harp, timp+3, strings
Only orchestras that buy into the consortium can play Goodman's Tuba Concerto No. 2 during the 2022-23 and 2023-24 seasons.
Here the opening movement of Todd Goodman's award-winning Tuba Concerto performed here by Aaron Tindall and the U.S. Army Orchestra.