Schubert Club Courtroom Concert featuring the music of Ben Osterhouse
March 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFREE
Schubert Club Competition winner (cello), Ben Osterhouse performs Fauré, along his own compositions for various instruments. Featuring Aleks Tengesdal and Dan Keeler, cello, Maddie Holtz, soprano, Susan Miranda, oboe, Hannah Spivey, harp, Priscilla Chang, piano, and Brittany Zales, mover.
Benjamin Osterhouse is currently pursuing a doctorate in cello performance, studying with Tanya Remenikova. During his college career he has given solo performances with the University of Minnesota’s Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Two Rivers Chorale, and the University of Northwestern Orchestra. This past Spring he won 1st place in both the Schubert Club Scholarship Competition and the Thursday Musical Scholarship Competition. He has performed twice on Minnesota Public Radio; once performing a solo cello piece he wrote, and more recently played the chamber compositions of Minnesota Varsity Featured Composers.
During his masters in cello performance at the University of Minnesota Benjamin also studied piano and double bass, and is now studying composition with Alex Lubet as a secondary emphasis to his doctorate. He has attended the Tafelmusik Baroque Institute in Toronto and will be attending the Emerging Artist Fellowship Program at Garth Newel, in Virginia.