Gayle and Phil Neuman are players of a wide variety of early wind and string instruments and have received international acclaim for their recordings of ancient and early music including Ensemble De Organographia’s “Music of the Ancient Greeks” and the Norton Scores Recorded Anthology of Western Music, and in music for numerous films and television programs. They appear in the award-winning film “Buddymoon” and in the original soundtrack for the recent film “Ben-Hur.” They have performed in the U.S., Japan, Israel, Turkey, Greece, Canada, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, and for members of the royal family in Jordan. They co-founded and co-direct the Oregon Renaissance Band, and have performed with American Bach Soloists, Magnificat, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, Mercury Baroque Orchestra, and the Handel and Haydn Society Orchestra. They teach early music ensemble classes at the Community Music Center in Portland, and the ‘Consort Class’ online through the Early Music Guild of Oregon. They have given workshops and presentations at the Smithsonian Institution, Oberlin Conservatory, Rice University, Cleveland Museum of Art, the Getty Center and the Getty Villa. They have built over 450 early wind and stringed instruments including douçaines, krummhorns, cornamusen, racketts, and vielles, and recently published two volumes of duets by Jean de Castro. You can learn more about them or contact them through their website at philandgayleneuman.com.
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“Ralph Vaughan Williams 150”
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