Iowa Saxophonists' Workshop with Kenneth Tse (Featured Guest)
Mar
17
4:00 PM16:00

Iowa Saxophonists' Workshop with Kenneth Tse (Featured Guest)

AWARD CEREMONY FOR SCHUBERT CLUB COMPETITION

SAXOPHONE PRIZES  


The Schmitt Music Prize Presentation

David Strong, Schmitt Music

The Eugene Rousseau Award Presentation

Lisa-Marie Rousseau



Battle of Shiloh March

               C L Barnhouse arr. G Garza


Rhapsody of the Hungry Horse

Hau Man Lo


Water Night   Eric Whitacre arr. G Garza

Short Ride in a Fast Machine

     John Adams arr. G Garza


Iowa Saxophonists’ Workshop

Kenneth Tse, director

John Cummins, soprano saxophone

Gilbert Garza, soprano saxophone

Gabriel Sanchez Porras, soprano saxophone

Jonathan Hart, soprano saxophone

Elissa Kana, alto saxophone

Miranda Henry, alto saxophone

Jacob Nishimura, alto saxophone

Noah Zuniga, alto/tenor saxophone

Sean Miller, tenor saxophone

Todd Johnson, tenor saxophone

Hantao Li, baritone saxophone

Dennis Kwok, baritone saxophone

Matt Nicholson, baritone saxophone



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Sofia Zumbado and Jacky Leung (Featured Guest)
Mar
17
3:00 PM15:00

Sofia Zumbado and Jacky Leung (Featured Guest)

Sofía Zumbado - San Jose Costa Rica

 

Sofia Zumbado is a Costa Rican saxophonist based in Mexico City since 2006, and the

winner of multiple national and international competitions, among which stand out: the Young Soloists Contest (Costa Rica- 2003), the National Classic Contest "Marcel Mule" (Mexico- 2007) and the Pan-American Classic Saxophone Competition (Mexico-2010). 

 

She studied saxophone at the University of Costa Rica under the tutelage of Dr. Javier Valerio and received a master's degree at the National Autonomous University of Mexico with Maestro Roberto Benítez. She has been a soloist of the National Symphonic Orchestra of Costa Rica, and has participated on multiple occasions as a guest in different symphonic orchestras around Mexico such as the National Symphonic Orchestra and the Symphonic Orchestra of Aguascalientes, along with which she participated in the recording of the album "Revueltas" in 2011.

 

As a concert performer, she has performed in multiple stages in Costa Rica, the United States, México, Cuba, Peru, Colombia, Croatia and Uruguay.  Zumbado has produced a record called "Disparate & Locura", made with the support of the University of Costa Rica and the National Autonomous University of Mexico. She is currently a saxophonist of various projects with national and international artists such as the group "Mal'Akh,” the saxophone piano duet "Zumbado-Gell,” a trio of classical music of northern India, "Satya Mantra," and the Project of contemporary music, the "Vortex Ensemble.”  Additionally, she performs annually as a member of the organizing committee of the International Saxophone University Encounter in Mexico, and is president of her own company for saxophone and clarinet accessories, the "SZ Music Shop.”

 

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Melissa Duncan MSW, LICSW Lecture - Tips and Tricks to Managing  Performance Anxiety
Mar
17
2:00 PM14:00

Melissa Duncan MSW, LICSW Lecture - Tips and Tricks to Managing Performance Anxiety

Can anxiety and performance anxiety be a good thing? How do you keep it from running the show? In this presentation Melissa Duncan MSW, LICSW highlights the important role anxiety can play in improving confidence, effort, and concentration. In addition, participants will be introduced to strategies to keep anxiety to a helpful level and learn the skills necessary to identify when anxiety is running the show.

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Andrew Janak Tracking Wayne’s Musical Footprint: An Analysis and Comparison of “Footprints” Performed by Miles Davis’ Second Great Quintet and Wayne Shorter’s Quartet
Mar
17
11:00 AM11:00

Andrew Janak Tracking Wayne’s Musical Footprint: An Analysis and Comparison of “Footprints” Performed by Miles Davis’ Second Great Quintet and Wayne Shorter’s Quartet

Miles Davis referred to Wayne Shorter as the “intellectual musical catalyst” for his Second Great Quintet with his compositions/arrangements and “Footprints,” while at first glance is a seemingly simple 12-bar blues, is certainly an intellectual piece. The composition itself is malleable to different approaches as two recordings, recorded eight months apart, vary from the rhythmically and harmonically ambiguous take on Miles Smiles to the grooving modal version on Adam’s Apple. On each track Shorter’s musical personality shines through, whether in the polyrhythmic superimposition of his lines or the blues-influenced playing coming out of his hard bop background with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. These vastly different skill sets are what made him the perfect fit for Miles Davis’s Second Quintet, as he was connected to the tradition that came before him but also was a forward thinking improviser/composer and willing to take risks. Keith Waters noted that all the members of the Quintet “exhibited a deft ability to merge traditional with avant-garde approaches to improvisation” and according to Herbie Hancock the group strived for a sense of “controlled freedom.” However paradoxical that phrase may be, I believe it aptly describe the Quintet’s performance on “Footprints” and what sets it apart from the Wayne Shorter Quartet’s version. From the many metric modulations implied by Tony Williams’s drumming to Herbie Hancock’s purposeful lack of comping at certain harmonic points, the Second Quintet never altogether abandons the form of Shorter’s composition, but harmony and rhythm are pushed to the edge. Through the transcription of Wayne Shorter’s improvised solos and two different performances of “Footprints”, this paper examines Shorter’s improvisational/compositional style and dives into the rhythmic and harmonic techniques that gave Miles Davis’ Second Great Quintet its signature sound. Also problems with published lead sheets of “Footprints” are addressed and compared to the respective performances on Miles Smiles and Adam’s Apple.

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Scott Sandberg, John Cummins, Binary
Mar
17
11:00 AM11:00

Scott Sandberg, John Cummins, Binary

Concerto for Tenor Saxophone and Chamber Orchestra by Alec Wilder (ed. Gunther Schuller)

I. Half note=72

II. Quarter note=60

III. As a Jazz Waltz

IV. As Fast as Possible

Scott Sandberg

Keith Teepen, piano

11:20 AM

Charlas by  Guillermo Lago

I. Confundida (Confused)

II. Acogedora (Welcoming)

III. Salvaje (Wild)

IV. Sigilosa (Secretive)

V. Feroz (Fierce)

John Cummins, alto saxophone;

Elissa Kana, alto saxophone


11:40 AM

Untitled Saxophone Duo by Alistair Penman

Binary

Bob Fuson, alto saxophone; Wade Howles, baritone saxophone

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Student Soloists of Region 3
Mar
17
10:30 AM10:30

Student Soloists of Region 3

10:00 AM

Lessons of the Sky       Rodney Rogers

Greg Rife, soprano saxophone

Casey Dierlam, piano


10:15 AM

Sequenza VIIb          Luciano Berio

Alexis Aguilar, soprano saxophone


10:25 AM

Minerva Evan C Paul

First Recitation

First Dance

Lamentations (Theme & Variations)

Second Dance

Second Recitation

Christopher Dickhaus, alto saxophone

Casey Rafn, piano


10:45 AM

Fantaisie Brillante       Francois Borne

Russell Sweet, alto saxophone

Casey Rafn, piano



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Ali Wright Class (Featured Artist)
Mar
17
10:00 AM10:00

Ali Wright Class (Featured Artist)

Ali Wright’s playing has been described as “tremendously technical and high flying” (KC Metropolis) and “dulcet-like…with a luminescent sheen” (Classical Voice of North Carolina). Originally from the United Kingdom, he holds music performance degrees from the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory of Music and Dance where his primary teachers have been Naomi Sullivan, Taimur Sullivan and Zach Shemon. He joined the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2018, having previously taught saxophone at the University of Central Missouri. He is a Conn-Selmer endorsing artist.

 

As saxophone soloist, Ali has performed with the Thailand Philharmonic Orchestra (as finalist in the 5th Jean-Marie Londeix International Saxophone Competition), Mid America Freedom Band, University of Missouri Kansas City Conservatory Choir, the UK-based Thallein Contemporary Ensemble and Sutton Coldfield Orchestra. He has also performed with the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra, Sioux City Symphony Orchestra, newEar Contemporary Chamber Ensemble and at the Open Spaces KC festival. Recent and upcoming projects include performances in China, Philadelphia and New York with PRISM Quartet, and the study and performance of music from various cultures around the world.

 

Ali is active as a chamber musician and tours regularly with his chamber group, Dionysus, which is made up of two saxophones and piano, a re-invention of the traditional piano trio. With this group he has toured the US and abroad, performing at Lincoln Center for Education (NYC), Interlochen Center for the Arts, St. Giles Cathedral (Edinburgh) and at several universities and colleges. His saxophone quartet, Dasch, were winners of the 2014 North American Saxophone Alliance National Quartet Competition. They released their debut CD, Necessary Edges, in 2016 which was described as “exquisite” and “immaculate” (Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain).



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GALA Concerto Concert with MN National Guard "Red Bull" Band
Mar
16
8:00 PM20:00

GALA Concerto Concert with MN National Guard "Red Bull" Band

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vConcerto Concert

8:00 PM, MacPhail Center for Music, Antonello Hall

With the 34th Infantry Division “Red Bull” Band

J. Nick Smith, conductor


Concertango         Luis Serrano Alarcón

I.Tempo di Tango

Matthew Patnode, alto saxophone


Dreams in the Dusk          David Biedenbender

Alastair Wright, alto saxophone


Fantasia       Claude T Smith

Benjamin Cold, alto saxophone


Pequeña Czarda           Pedro Iturralde

Preston Duncan, alto saxophone


Con-Tse-To         Gregory Fritze

I. Pasodoble Melanie

II. Lamento

III. Danza Jubiloso


Kenneth Tse, alto saxophone

34th Infantry Division “Red Bull” Band

J. Nick Smith, Conductor

Musical Ambassadors of the Minnesota National Guard



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Gala Concert with Alex Terrier
Mar
16
7:00 PM19:00

Gala Concert with Alex Terrier

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French and New York based saxophonist Alex Terrier is a member of the Grammy Award winning Mingus Big Band. He leads several of his own projects and travel the world as a demanded sideman, guest artist and clinician.

His new album is featuring his Afro-Cuban band and will be released in 2019. His previous album was recorded with legendary pianist Kenny Barron. He has shared the stage and/or recorded with luminaries such as Paquito D’Rivera, Juan Ospina, Joe Farnsworth, George Garzone, Esperanza Spalding, Joe Lovano, Roberto Fonseca, Idan Raichel, Vieux Farka Toure, just to name a few.

Find more info and music at www.alexterriermusic.com

After studying at the National School Of Music in France, he went to Berklee College Of Music in Boston in 2004 to obtain a Bachelor Degree in Performance and Composition.

He has helped hundreds of musicians to develop and nurture their talent through the website www.jazzvideolessons.net

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Jacky Leung Class
Mar
16
5:00 PM17:00

Jacky Leung Class

5:00 Daniel Modl - Sonata Movement III by Paul Creston

5:30 Zach Arthur - Fuzzy Bird Sonata Movement III - Takeshi Yoshimatsu


Jacky Leung is one of the most active young classical and pop Hong Kong-born saxophonists. He began his music studies at the age of 7 and he started to learn saxophone studies when he was 13. Since then, he started achieving grading and winning prizes with not only major instruments but also other woodwind and brass instruments like euphonium and trombone throughout his time in school.

He continued his bachelor study on Saxophone under Parsons Music Foundation Scholarships in Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) under the baton of Michael Campbell (ex-bass clarinetist of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra). During his years of study in HKAPA, he had won the Concerto Competition for three years. In 2016, he completed his master degree as the first saxophone under a full scholarship from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund (Local Studies)

Jacky had given various musical styles of performances in many institutes, events and radio broadcast including Eastman School of Music (2012), World Saxophone Congress in Scotland (2012), Music China in Shanghai (2013 – 2016) and Radio Television Hong Kong (2016). He was also being invited as a guest soloist and guest quartet group in different important saxophone events including the Asia Pacific Saxophone Academy in Thailand (2016) and the opening concert in the first Asia Saxophone Congress (2016) in Taiwan. In 2017, Jacky was invited as the guest lecturer of “Lao Shan Art Lecture” held in Qingdao Grand Theatre, which was later aired in the Qing Dao TV Dangjian Channel. In 2017 & 2018, Jacky was invited twice to host masterclass & recital in Mahidol University, Thailand and he also conducted workshop and recital in Shantou University & Kuala Lumpur Performing Art Centre, Malaysia in 2018. In the same year, Jacky won the 2nd Runner up of Open Session, Solo Wind Instrument, 19th Osaka International Music Competition.

Apart from this, he also performed with a number of renowned artists including Vincent David, Timothy Roberts, Nathan Bogert, Kenny Tsai, Stephen Page etc.

Along with his instrumental career, Jacky leads a number of orchestras and concert bands as conductor & band director. Under his guidance, their performances and competition received very high recognition. In 2017, he also played and conducted in the concert with West Symphonia band from Singapore, which received high acclaim. In the same year, he has also served as one of the jury members of the Elbe Valley International Music Festival.

Jacky is also very committed in contributing to the community. He is currently the music director of Music Children Foundation ( http://musicchildren.org.hk/en/home/) providing free music training including different music curriculum & chamber music experience to underprivileged children in Hong Kong.

Last but not least, Jacky is also active in composition and arrangement work. He always arranged music to be performed by his chamber group ONLY ONE and he also wrote and composed many different varieties of pieces for school, organisation or commercial parties. In 2017 & 2018, he was also the producer of CD, "Fly High Little Ones @ Sham Shui Po" & “Amazing” for Music Children Foundation charity musical.

Jacky is the Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong International Single Reed Association, Music Director of the Music Children Foundation and freelance saxophonist of the two most representative orchestras in Hong Kong namely the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. More information and media clips are available at www.jackyleung.hk.



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Mark Watkins from the Inside Out (Featured Author)
Mar
16
4:00 PM16:00

Mark Watkins from the Inside Out (Featured Author)

From the Inside Out: An In-Depth Resource for the Development of Saxophone Sound

One of the most difficult challenges in wind instrument pedagogy is teaching what can’t be seen. The external embouchure, hand positions, fingerings, posture, etc., are easy enough, but much of what happens to create saxophone tone is in the vocal tract (from the vocal folds to the embouchure). Through fluoroscopy (x-ray), endoscopy (probe camera), and other means, Dr. Watkins has revealed secrets invaluable to the serious teacher and student. His research into the saxophonist’s vocal tract and resultant tried and true application has spanned over twenty years. This book is marvelously laid out with explanations, exercises, illustrations, and over 100 video clips allowing the saxophonist a deeper understanding and greater flexibility.

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Pete Whitman - Bridging the Study of Jazz and Classical Saxophone
Mar
16
3:00 PM15:00

Pete Whitman - Bridging the Study of Jazz and Classical Saxophone

This will be an interactive presentation comparing approaches taken in the performance and study of jazz and classical music on the saxophone. The presenter hopes to bust the myth that playing either style well means excluding the study of the other. What do these styles have in common?What are the perceived differences?What are the benefits of studying either style?How would a jazz saxophonist benefit from the study of classical saxophone?How would a classical saxophonist benefit from the study of study jazz saxophone?Suggestions for equipment to facilitate performance of both styles.

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UNO Studio, Colere Quartet and Ben Cold
Mar
16
3:00 PM15:00

UNO Studio, Colere Quartet and Ben Cold

3:00 PM

UNO Saxophone Studio

Long Distance Runaround (World Premiere)  Jon Anderson arr. Darren Pettit

Quartette (Allegro de Concert) Caryl Florio

  Caryl Florio


UNO Saxophone Quartet

Skye Junginger, soprano saxophone

Jake Senff, alto saxophone

Logan Mears, tenor saxophone

Xochitil Perez, baritone saxophone


Dumpster Fire                         Darren Petit

UNO Saxophone Trio

Patrick Brown, tenor saxophone;

Darren Pettit,  tenor saxophone

Skye Junginger,  tenor saxophone


3:20 PM

Phases of Water    Nina Šenk

I ♩= 100

II ♩= 60

III

IV ♩= 66

Ciudades       Guillermo Lago

Sarajevo (Bosnia and

Herzegovina)

Tokyo (Japan)


 Colere Quartet

John Cummins, soprano saxophone

Elissa Kana, alto saxophone

Greg Rife, tenor saxophone

Dennis Kwok, baritone saxophone


3:40 PM

Sonata for Alto Saxophone and Guitar  Russell Peterson

Meander           David Crowell

Joropo Jam      Benjamin Boone

Benjamin Cold, alto saxophone

Filip Zivanovic, guitar





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Janek,  Augustana Quartet, Gold Star Saxophone Quartet
Mar
16
2:00 PM14:00

Janek, Augustana Quartet, Gold Star Saxophone Quartet

2:20 PM

Quartet No 5                        Bela Bartok ( arr. Lexie Aguilar and Randall Hall)

        Allegro

Firestorm Colin Homski


Augustana Saxophone Quartet

Randall Hall, soprano saxophone

John Cummings, alto saxophone

Lexie Aguilar, tenor saxophone;

Evan Sammons, baritone saxophone


2:40 PM

Quatour   Pierre Max Dubois

Ouverture

Doloroso

Spirituoso

Andante - Presto

Gold Star Saxophone Quartet


Nicholas Lero, soprano saxophone

Jacob Ellerkamp, alto saxophone
Ethan Herner, tenor saxophone

Johnathan Fischer, baritone saxophone



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Student Quartets of Region 3
Mar
16
11:00 AM11:00

Student Quartets of Region 3


11:00 AM

Sax Transcends! Richard J Chandler WORLD PREMIERE


Gopher Saxophone Quartet

Christopher Dickhaus, soprano saxophone

Russell Sweet, alto saxophone

Adam Shew, tenor saxophone

Emily Brewer, baritone saxophone

Ronnie Bell, narrator


11:20 AM

Quartet for Saxophones    Faustin and Maurice Jeanjean

  Gaiete Villageoise

Doux Paysage 

Ciudades        Guillermo Lago

Cordoba (Espana)

SDSU Saxophone Quartet

Andrew Horst, soprano saxophone

Dylan Byers, alto saxophone

Michael Donadio, tenor saxophone

Brittany Kruger, baritone saxophone


11:40 AM

Quartet for Saxophones  Elliot Del Borgo

        Quickly

Gently, with motion

With Vigor

UND Saxophone Quartet

Jacob Schettler, soprano saxophone

Zach Fischer, alto saxophone

Tim Schriever, tenor saxophone

Tyler Wolf, baritone saxophone



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Garza, Anemoi 2.0 and NDSU Quartet
Mar
16
10:00 AM10:00

Garza, Anemoi 2.0 and NDSU Quartet

10:00 AM

Mi Bailora         David Salleras

Gilbert Garza, alto saxophone


10:20 AM

Pavane  Fernande Decruck

Drastic Measures Russell Peck

Cantabile e molto rubato

Allegro

Anemoi 2.0 Quartet

Jacob Nishimura, soprano saxophone

Miranda Henry, alto saxophone

Todd Johnson, tenor saxophone

Matthew Nicholson, baritone saxophone


10:40 AM

Introduction Et Varietions Sur Une Ronde Populaire         Gabriel Pierne

Back Burner Frank Ticheli


NDSU Saxophone Quartet

Zachary Arthur, soprano saxophone

José Romero, alto saxophone

Nicholas Valenzuela, tenor saxophone

Garrett Lewis, baritone saxophone



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Kenneth Tse Class (Featured Artist)
Mar
16
10:00 AM10:00

Kenneth Tse Class (Featured Artist)

Kenneth Tse 
Hong Kong-born Kenneth Tse is widely recognized as one of the world's leading classical saxophonists. He burst onto the international music scene in 1996 after winning the New York International Artists Competitions and The Alex Award from the National Alliance for Excellence. The New York Times hailed him as a “young virtuoso.”  Both awards led to his debut performances at New York's prestigious Carnegie Hall. Since then he has performed as a soloist on five continents. He has also been invited as a guest clinician at major music conferences hosted by the California Band Directors’ Association, the Iowa Bandmasters Association and The Midwest Clinic International Band, Orchestra and Music Conference. He is often invited to give masterclasses at major music conservatories around the world including the Conservatoire de Paris, the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in Australia. More recently he served as a jury member at the prestigious 6th Adolphe Sax International Saxophone Competition in Belgium. Kenneth Tse has recorded seven CDs for the Crystal label and appears on twelve other recordings for the RIAX Records, Enharmonic Records, Arizona University Recordings and MSR Classics labels. A strong advocate for new music, he has premiered and recorded over thirty works dedicated to him by many noted American and international composers. His arrangements for the saxophone are published by Reed Music in Australia and he has also contributed many articles for the Saxophone Journal, The Instrumentalist, Fanfare, The Saxophone Symposium, Iowa Bandmasters Association Magazine, Japan’s Piper and the Yamaha Education Suite. Kenneth Tse is currently Professor of Saxophone at The University of Iowa, Past-President of the International Saxophone Committee and North American Saxophone Alliance and founder of the Hong Kong International Saxophone Symposium. His website is www.kenneth-tse.com

 

 

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Committee on the Status of Women Presents… (Angela Wyatt)
Mar
16
9:00 AM09:00

Committee on the Status of Women Presents… (Angela Wyatt)

Description of Lecture: Abstract: In 2018, the North American Saxophone Alliance launched an important initiative. The Committee on the Status of Women was formed within the larger NASA membership in efforts to create awareness of the intersectional aspects of those within our organization. The intent of this committee may be best represented in a question - how might we best work together to both acknowledge and grow the sphere of influence of our diverse membership? During this North American Saxophone Alliance Regional presentation, we will communicate our mission and vision statements, short and long term goals, organizational structure, and details on the committee's mentoring program. We will also include time for interaction and feedback among attendees. Justification: The Committee on the Status of Women has the potential to strengthen the North American Saxophone Alliance by bringing sharp focus to important issues that impact women within our professional organization. At the heart of the Committee's contribution is a commitment to providing opportunities for the women of NASA to seek mentoring from highly accomplished professionals within the membership. The fact remains that genuine, systemic equality for women within most organizations is still unrealized. If the answer to more than one of the following questions is “Yes,” forming a women’s committee is likely an effective way to achieve long-unrealized goals: Is there a need to encourage more women to become active in NASA? Should the organization be addressing certain issues that it is not (pay equity, sexual harassment, unequal access to performance opportunities)? Are women underrepresented in field leadership positions? Do you see a need for training like public speaking, running a meeting, or mentoring potential new female leadership? Mobilizing and organizing women to champion their interests—and ultimately, the advancement of NASA--is an effective way to hasten change.

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Students Soloists of Region 3
Mar
16
9:00 AM09:00

Students Soloists of Region 3

9:00 AM- Sequenza IXb by Luciano Berio

Evan Sammons, alto saxophone

9:15 AM - Deux Movements by Andre Waignein

Jonathan Hart, alto saxophone

Casey Dierlam, piano

9:25 AM - Mai by  Ryo Noda

Emily Brewer, alto saxophone


9:35 AM - Grab It! by Jacob TV

Thomas Lahren, alto saxophone


9:50 AM - Partita in A minor, BMV 1013  by J. S. Bach

Miranda Henry, alto saxophone

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Opening Concert of Region 3
Mar
15
7:00 PM19:00

Opening Concert of Region 3

Four Fancies for Alto Saxophone, Marimba, and Tuba by Bernhard Heiden

Ostinato

Perpetuum Mobile

Dialogue

Coda (Fancy)

Karl Kolbeck, alto saxophone

Lauren Calkin, marimba

Joshua Calkin, tuba


Taqism by  Alastair Wright

Arba Lijoch by Alastair Wright

Fernleaf Hedge Bamboo in the Moonlight by Shi Guangnan

Alastair Wright, alto saxophone


Chaldean Oracles for alto saxophone, electronic sounds and video by Randall Hall

Oracle 112

Oracle 115

Oracle 116

Oracles 183-185

Randall Hall, alto saxophone


Fantaisie Sur un Theme Original by Jules Demersseman (ed. Jeffrey E. Vickers)

Kuku by Barry Cockcroft

Yiqun Chen, alto and soprano saxophone

Casey, Dierlam, piano

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