Events

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Recent Events….

Performance for the New England Saxophone Symposium
March 25, 2017
Bezanson Auditorium
Amherst, MA

Premiered Angélica Negrón’s Still Here (2017) and performed Stephen J. Rush’s Whirlwind (2015) and Marcel Tournier’s La Lettre du Jardinier as part of the New England Saxophone Symposium.

Presentation of Angélica Negrón’s Still Here for the Interdisciplinary Studies Institute
March 24, 2017
Tower Room
Amherst, MA

Presented Angélica Negrón’s Still Here (2017) to the faculty cohort in the University of Massachusetts Interdisciplinary Studies Institute.

Performance at the University of Arizona
January 18, 2017
University of Arizona
Tuscon, AZ

Presented a program including pieces by Patrick O’Malley, Christine Hedden, Ida Gotkovsky, Stephen J. Rush, Yusef A. Lateef, and Natalie Moller.

Joint Harp and Saxophone Masterclass at University of Arizona
January 18, 2017
University of Arizona
Tuscon, AZ

Gave a combination harp and saxophone masterclass with the wonderful students of the University of Arizona saxophone and harp studios.

Performance at Arizona State University
January 17, 2017
Katzin Concert Hall
Tempe, AZ

Presented a program including pieces by Patrick O’Malley, Christine Hedden, Ida Gotkovsky, Stephen J. Rush, Yusef A. Lateef, and Natalie Moller.

Workshops at Arizona State University
January 16-17, 2017
Tempe, AZ

Jonathan gave a coaching to an Arizona State saxophone quartet. Jennifer gave a workshop on freelancing and community engagement to the harp studio. Jennifer also gave a eurhythmics workshop open to all ASU music students.

Performance for the Bay Area Chapter of the American Harp Society
January 15, 2017
San Francisco, CA

Featured performers for the Bay Area Chapter of the American Harp Society playing pieces by Gotkovsky, Moller, Lateef and Tournier and also featured in the Member Spotlight article by Suki Russack.

Workshop with the California State University East Bay Aphasia Tones
January 11, 2017
Hayward, CA

Worked with the CSU East Bay’s award-winning Aphasia Tones, for individuals with the communication disorder aphasia. Read more about the Aphasia Tones here, here, and here.

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