P.Kellach Waddle maintains a very busy and lauded career as a composer, soloist, orchestral musician, conductor, concert curator, and writer. His Opus numbers are approaching 570 and his number of performances to date are approaching 4000, making him one of the most prolific and performed composers of his generation. His accolades include three nominations as possible finalist for The Pulitzer Prize, two semi-finalist nods for The American Prize and two nominations and one win at The Austin Critics’ Table Awards. He resides both in Louisville, Kentucky and in Austin, Texas where he has been a member of the Austin Symphony since 1992.
LISTEN: Four Atmospheric Pieces for Solo Bass— Live from Spring 2016 — 4 world premieres — University Of Texas Rio Grande Valley South Texas Bass Symposium — — The Vampire Pondered Why The Neighbors Never Turned On Their Lights: Impression for solo bass — op. 514 (WORLD PREMIERE) — A Cold Night Glory: Bagatelle-Idyll for solo bass — op. 512 (WORLD PREMIERE)* — A New Black Cross For The Road: Hymn-Bagatelle for solo bass — op. 513 (WORLD PREMIERE) — The Vampire Answered The Telephone With Sepulchral Dignity: Impression-Intermezzo for solo bass — op. 515 (WORLD PREMIERE)*
performed by the composer
Opening of Concert of Spring 2015 UTRGV Bass Symposium