Trott, Laurence

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Laurence Trott made music history in 1977 performing the first piccolo recital ever given in New York City. Since then his numerous commissions and premieres, articles and new editions, recordings, appearances on National Public Radio and Public Television, and solo concerts from coast to coast and throughout Europe have virtually transformed the possibilities for the piccolo. In 1987, after 25 years as artist-in-residence in the Young Audiences Movement, Mr. Trott became the first musician to receive the Young Audiences Arts in Education Award. Laurence Trott was the long time flutist and solo piccoloist with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra.


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