[Darol Anger and friends present "Duck River Song"]
Darol Anger, Scott Nygaard, Tristan Clarridge, and Matt Flinner will lead a special workshop in contemporary string ensemble playing November 13-16, 2009 at Fort Worden State Park.
Anger has released many CDs. He co-founded the Turtle Island String Quartet with David Balakrishnan in 1985 and performed, composed, and arranged for the chamber jazz group. He frequently collaborates with Mike Marshall.
Using classical, folk, and jazz music as springboards, Anger currently leads Republic Of Strings, with Scott Nygaard.
He also co-founded The Duo (with Mike Marshall), Psychograss (the bluegrass group including Mike Marshall, mandolin; Todd Phillips, bass; David Grier, guitar; and Tony Trischka, banjo), and Fiddlers Four (with Michael Doucet, Bruce Molsky, violins; and Rushad Eggleston, cello).
He has performed or recorded with musicians ranging from Tony Rice, Stephane Grappelli and Mark O'Connor to Marin Alsop, Bill Evans, Nickel Creek, Chris Thile & the Tensions Mountain Boys, Yonder Mountain String Band, Béla Fleck, and Taarka.
Anger currently lives in Portland, Oregon, after moving from his long-time home in the San Francisco Bay Area.
More information, including workshop registration information is available by following this link or by calling Centrum at 360.385.3102, x114.