Aaron Tindall

Asst. Professor

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Frost North Studio Wing 5499 San Amaro Dr
Room 111
Coral Gables, Florida 33146

 
About

About Me

Quote

“Music is humanity expressed through sound. The way you do anything, is the way you do everything. I am all about teaching consistency alongside creativity in everything that we do. When things are consistent, things are authoritative. When things are authoritative, people will LISTEN! When things are creative, the listener will most likely stay engaged throughout a performance. Our goal should to be able to control the largest of brass instruments (tuba and euphonium) at an incredibly high level, so that when we see a phrase and silently sing it in our head we can instantly and effortlessly relay that musical message to the listener. At some points within music we are asked to be the leader, other times a follower, and at other times a joint collaborator. Knowing exactly how to control our instrument allows us to be musically free.”

Biography

Aaron Tindall’s solo playing has been described as being “remarkable for both its solid power and its delicacy,” while his orchestral playing is praised as “a rock-solid foundation.”  Professor Tindall is the assistant professor of tuba and euphonium at the FROST SCHOOL OF MUSIC, and has served as the acting principal tubist of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra. He has also held the principal tuba position with the Aspen Festival Orchestra, where he was an orchestral fellow. In addition, he is a frequent soloist, guest artist, and orchestral tubist throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. Professor Tindall has been featured at every International Tuba and Euphonium Conference since 2006. He has also performed in England with the National Champion Grimethorpe Colliery Brass Band, and has collaborated as substitute/additional tubist with such orchestras as the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony. His solo playing has also been heard on NPR’s “Performance Today” radio show.

Professor Tindall has won prizes at many competitions (solo & chamber) across the world. He has also been a two-time finalist in the prestigious Concert Artist Guild Competition.

Professor Tindall previously served on the faculty of the Ithaca College - School of Music and Eastern Michigan University. He was a visiting professor at Penn State University and a visiting tutor for tuba and euphonium at the Conservatoire National de Region in Perpignan, France. He is also 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-Meinl Tuba Artist and Clinician exclusively performing on the MW 2165/2 CC Tuba, MW 5450 CC Tuba, MW 4450 F Tuba, and the MW 2182/W F Tuba.
Career

Honors & Acknowledgements

Professional Experience


Career Highlights

  • Solo Tours all over Europe, Asia, and the United States having taught and performed as soloist in many of the worlds top venues/conservatories
  • Orchestral performances with many leading conductors of note

Honors, Awards & Competitions

  • Two Global Music Awards for This is My House…
  • Two Time-Concert Artist Guild Finalist
  • MTNA National Collegiate Brass Division Winner
  • Fischoff Chamber Music Competition

Recordings

(Solo)

  • Transformations, Bridge Record Label
  • This is My House, Potenza Record Label
  •  Songs of Ascent, Potenza Record Label

(Chamber)

  • End Game, Potenza Record Label
  • Brink, Potenza Record Label
  • Nuclear Breakfast, Potenza Record Label