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L'Ambizioso Duo to Perform Free Concert on Monday, August 14, at 7:30 p.m. in Kiehle Auditorioum

By Andrew Svec on
Tuesday, August 1, 2017

L'Ambizioso (Lam-beetzi-oatzo) Duo will perform a concert on Monday, August 14, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in Kiehle Auditorioum. Sponsored in part by a grant from the Minnesota Arts Council, the concert is free and open to the public. This is a free concert, but freewill offerings will be accepted, and attendees will have the opportunity to purchase CDs to help offset expenses. 

L’Ambizioso DuoItalian for "The Ambitious," L'Ambizioso Duo is composed of bothers Brock and Brayden Drevlow. Brock Drevlow is a Jephson Educational Trust Scholar and is pursuing a degree in double bass performance at the Peabody Conservatory of Music at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. Brayden Drevlow is a GE/Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar and is currently pursuing a degree in piano performance at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn. 

For more information about the 2017 Tour series, visit their website: www.lambiziosoduo.com.

Meet L’Ambizioso

Brock Drevlow, Double Bassist, has captivated audiences by performing at a high caliber. Praised by Minnesota Public Radio as “jaw-dropping...and sensational,” Brock was a 2013 Featured Artist on MPR Varsity as well as a 2015 MPR Regional Spotlight. His solo career has lead him to numerous awards and distinctions including the 2014 International Society of Bassists competition. Sharing their virtuosic sounds, Brock and his brother, Brayden, perform in a solo bass and piano duo and tour the United States together as L’Ambizioso Duo. As a professional orchestral bassist, Drevlow has been a member of the Fargo-Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, the Peabody Concert Orchestra, Bemidji Symphony Orchestra, Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra, and the 2015 NAfME All-National Orchestra at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, T.N. Brock, a Jephson Educational Trust Scholar, is pursuing a degree in Double Bass Performance at the Peabody Conservatory of Music at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, MD. His teachers include Dr. Gregory Hamilton, Paul Johnson, Ira Gold, and Jeffrey Weisner. Brock is from Thief River Falls, MN; he is a GE/Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar, an Eagle Scout recipient, and comes from a musical family of 13.

Brayden Drevlow leads a dedicated musical life as a professional performer. Debuting his career as a concert pianist, Brayden has won several concerto competitions and has performed as a featured soloist alongside the Fargo Moorhead Symphony Orchestra, the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra, and the Bemidji Symphony Orchestra. Brayden’s mesmerizing skills as a concert pianist have caught the attention of Classical Minnesota Public Radio where he has recorded in their famed Maud Moon Weyerhaeuser studio as a featured artist. In his travels as a performer, Brayden has given concerts on President Ronald Reagan’s prized grand piano at his Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA and a private piano recital for the Royal Ambassador to the United States at the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Washington, DC. Drevlow, a GE/Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar and Master Freemason, is currently pursuing a degree in Piano Performance at Concordia College in Moorhead, MN; studying under the tutelage of Dr. Jay A. Hershberger. In his spare time, Brayden is an active church organist, maintains a private piano studio, and enjoys spending time with his musical family of 13. 

Put these two young men together and you’ll have a night of entertainment that you won’t want to miss. L’Ambizioso Duo is funded in part by a grant from the Minnesota Arts Council.

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