“(John) Adams goes for more than stylizations with [City Noir’s] wily jazz spine. Keeping a sweaty, smoky after-hours jam percolating were Timothy McAllister’s volcanic sax…”

Lewis Whittington American Record Guide (Sept/Oct 2010)

“John Adams said he wouldn’t wish [that alto saxophone solo] on anyone, but Timothy McAllister dispatching it with wonderful grace on this world premiere evening.”

Fred Child Commentary from American Public Media/Performance Today’s coverage of Gustavo Dudamel’s Inaugural Concert with the LA Phil

“brilliant solos were in abundance, especially by Timothy McAllister…”

Janos Gereben San Francisco Classical Voice

“the main attraction of this enjoyable St. Louis Symphony album, conducted by David Robertson, is Adams’ Saxophone Concerto, composed for the virtuosic Timothy McAllister, who plays it here. Stacked with swing-era allusions, moody 4am interludes and cartwheeling acrobatics, it is unpretentious fun from start to finish”

Richard Morrison The Times London (5/31/14)

“Soloist Timothy McAllister proved brilliantly up to the enormous demands — vast spreads of pitches, disjunct lines that wanted to be as lyrical as possible and some dazzling scurries.”

Scott Cantrell The Dallas Morning News (4/25/12)

Performances

  1. Collage XXIV Midwestern Music Educators Conference

    8:00 PM
  2. Visiting Artists Series

    8:00 PM

    Camp Concert Hall

    Works by Heiden, Wanamaker, Broening, Vaughan-Williams, Albright

  3. U.S. Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium

    8:00 PM

    Works by Heiden, Wanamaker, Albright

  4. Guest Artist Series

    8:00 PM

    Pease Auditorium

    Works by Heiden, Wanamaker, Hindemith, Lauba, Vaughan-Williams, Albright

  5. Electronic Music Micro-Festival

    8:00 PM
  6. 50th Anniversary SCI Conference

    8:00 PM
  7. Faculty Recital

    8:00 PM

    Works by Florent Schmitt, Christian Lauba

  8. Faculty Recital

    8:00 PM

    Works by William Albright, R. Vaughan-Williams

  9. Performance/Masterclass

    8:00 PM
  10. Fischoff’s “Gala at the Gridiron”

    8:00 PM
  11. Furlong Recital

    8:00 PM

    Works by Torke, Schmitt, Rush, Donatoni, Piazzola, Gershwin

  12. Arts-in-Education Residency Tour

    8:00 PM

    Fischoff Grand Prize Winners

  13. PBS/WNIT Studio’s Open Studio

    12:00 PM
  14. ninth circle saxophone quartet

    8:00 PM
  15. Wabash College Visiting Artists Series

    12:00 PM
  16. Arts-in-Education Residency

    12:00 PM

    Young Audiences of Indiana

  17. Fischoff Grand Prize Winners Concert

    12:00 PM
  18. IPFW Visiting Artist Series

    12:00 PM

    Works by Torke, Schmitt, Piazzola, Donatoni, Xenakis, Glazunov

  19. Faculty Artist Series

    12:00 PM

    Works by David Heinick

  20. Crane Festival of NEWMUSIC

    12:00 PM
  21. Crane Saxophone Quartet

    12:00 PM