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Employment History

Hollywood Bowl

Beverly Hills International Music Festival

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University of Southern California

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A native of Long Beach, DENNIS TREMBLY learned to play the bass with the help of David Borkenhagen, John Palacios, Peter Mercurio, and Nat Gangursky.
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Just before his senior year in high school, Trembly studied with Stuart Sankey at the Aspen School of Music on a full scholarship, and the following three years continued this collaboration at the Juilliard School on a Naumberg scholarship.
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Trembly joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1970 and became one of two principal bassists in the 1973/74 season.
Active as a soloist, Trembly was a semifinalist in the 1973 G. B. Dealey Competition in Dallas, and he won second prize at the 1978 International Double Bass Competition on the Isle of Man, where he performed Dittersdorf's Concerto in E major with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has performed and taught at universities in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and has been featured in recital at International Society of Bassists conventions in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Oklahoma City. The Philharmonic has presented him as a soloist in Campus Concerts, Symphonies for Youth, and the Green Umbrella series, where he gave the world premiere of Lee Hyla's Detour Ahead, commissioned by the Philharmonic for the opening season of Walt Disney Concert Hall. Other orchestras which have featured him in concerto appearances include the Merced, La Mirada, Santa Monica, and Long Beach symphonies, and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. Trembly was a faculty member at the University of Southern California Flora L. Thornton School of Music from 1981 through 2010. In addition to appearing with distinguished Philharmonic colleagues on its Chamber Music Society series, and at USC with its faculty, Trembly has performed chamber music with such musicians as Menahem Pressler, Midori, and Pinchas Zukerman.


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A native of Long Beach, DENNIS TREMBLY learned to play the bass with the help of David Borkenhagen, John Palacios, Peter Mercurio, and Nat Gangursky.
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Just before his senior year in high school, Trembly studied with Stuart Sankey at the Aspen School of Music on a full scholarship, and the following three years continued this collaboration at the Juilliard School on a Naumberg scholarship.
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Trembly joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1970 and became one of two principal bassists in the 1973/74 season.
Active as a soloist, Trembly was a semifinalist in the 1973 G. B. Dealey Competition in Dallas, and he won second prize at the 1978 International Double Bass Competition on the Isle of Man, where he performed Dittersdorf's Concerto in E major with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has performed and taught at universities in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and has been featured in recital at International Society of Bassists conventions in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Oklahoma City. The Philharmonic has presented him as a soloist in Campus Concerts, Symphonies for Youth, and the Green Umbrella series, where he gave the world premiere of Lee Hyla's Detour Ahead, commissioned by the Philharmonic for the opening season of Walt Disney Concert Hall. Other orchestras which have featured him in concerto appearances include the Merced, La Mirada, Santa Monica, and Long Beach symphonies, and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. Trembly was a faculty member at the University of Southern California Flora L. Thornton School of Music from 1981 through 2010. In addition to appearing with distinguished Philharmonic colleagues on its Chamber Music Society series, and at USC with its faculty, Trembly has performed chamber music with such musicians as Menahem Pressler, Midori, and Pinchas Zukerman.
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June 11, 2009 - Master Class with Dennis Trembly


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A native of Long Beach, DENNIS TREMBLY learned to play the bass with the help of David Borkenhagen, John Palacios, Peter Mercurio, and Nat Gangursky.
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Just before his senior year in high school, Trembly studied with Stuart Sankey at the Aspen School of Music on a full scholarship, and the following three years continued this collaboration at the Juilliard School on a Naumberg scholarship.
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Trembly joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1970 and became one of two principal bassists in the 1973/74 season.
Active as a soloist, Trembly was a semifinalist in the 1973 G. B. Dealey Competition in Dallas, and he won second prize at the 1978 International Double Bass Competition on the Isle of Man, where he performed Dittersdorf's Concerto in E major with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has performed and taught at universities in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and has been featured in recital at International Society of Bassists conventions in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Oklahoma City. The Philharmonic has presented him as a soloist in Campus Concerts, Symphonies for Youth, and the Green Umbrella series, where he gave the world premiere of Lee Hyla's Detour Ahead, commissioned by the Philharmonic for the opening season of Walt Disney Concert Hall. Other orchestras which have featured him in concerto appearances include the Merced, La Mirada, Santa Monica, and Long Beach symphonies, and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. Trembly was a faculty member at the University of Southern California Flora L. Thornton School of Music from 1981 through 2010. In addition to appearing with distinguished Philharmonic colleagues on its Chamber Music Society series, and at USC with its faculty, Trembly has performed chamber music with such musicians as Menahem Pressler, Midori, and Pinchas Zukerman.


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Dennis Trembly
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Dennis Trembly
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A native of Long Beach, DENNIS TREMBLY learned to play the bass with the help of David Borkenhagen, John Palacios, Peter Mercurio, and Nat Gangursky.
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Just before his senior year in high school, Trembly studied with Stuart Sankey at the Aspen School of Music on a full scholarship, and the following three years continued this collaboration at the Juilliard School on a Naumberg scholarship.
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Trembly joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1970 and became one of two principal bassists in the 1973/74 season.
Active as a soloist, Trembly was a semifinalist in the 1973 G. B. Dealey Competition in Dallas, and he won second prize at the 1978 International Double Bass Competition on the Isle of Man, where he performed Dittersdorf's Concerto in E major with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra. He has performed and taught at universities in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe, and has been featured in recital at International Society of Bassists conventions in Cincinnati, Los Angeles, Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and Oklahoma City. The Philharmonic has presented him as a soloist in Campus Concerts, Symphonies for Youth, and the Green Umbrella series, where he gave the world premiere of Lee Hyla's Detour Ahead, commissioned by the Philharmonic for the opening season of Walt Disney Concert Hall. Other orchestras which have featured him in concerto appearances include the Merced, La Mirada, Santa Monica, and Long Beach symphonies, and the Los Angeles Baroque Orchestra. Trembly was a faculty member at the University of Southern California Flora L. Thornton School of Music from 1981 through 2010. In addition to appearing with distinguished Philharmonic colleagues on its Chamber Music Society series, and at USC with its faculty, Trembly has performed chamber music with such musicians as Menahem Pressler, Midori, and Pinchas Zukerman.


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Ralph Matesky, Elisabeth Matesky, Michael Tilson Thomas, Dennis Trembly, Loren Marstellar, the late Christie Lundquist, Barry Socher, and Martin Berinbaum.

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(Ernie Maxwell, Town Crier, April 17, 1964) Interestingly enough, Dennis Trembly, currently one of two Principal Bassists with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, recently recalled the same fondness for traveling in other countries and getting to know the people.
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Also, our appreciation to Dennis Trembly of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, for his recent recollections of the trip, and to Sydney Cosselman, Director, Max and Beatrice Krone Museum on the Idyllwild Arts campus for photos and articles relevant to the '64 England/Wales Tour.

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