Register today for the 2019 All-State Audition Preparation Clinic via the Google Forms below!
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2019 All-State Audition Preparation Clinic
A clinic on how to prepare for the ATSSB and TPSMEA high school audition etudes!
- November 2, 2019
- Registration at 11:30 AM
- Noon - 3 PM
- REGISTER NOW – Links above!
Concordia University's applied music faculty and guest instrumentalists will provide expert advice on this year's ATSSB and TPSMEA audition music. Last year over 100 students learned from our outstanding faculty. Please join us this year! Emphasis will be placed on All-Region and All-State etude preparation, tone production, technique development, scales, and audition readiness. Students should bring instruments, music, a wire music stand, and be prepared to play. Concordia University has a limited number of percussion instruments available for student use, but all percussionists should bring their own sticks and mallets.
Schedule of Events
- 11:30 AM: Registration
- 12:00 PM: Performance of Etudes by faculty and guest artists.
- 12:15 - 3 PM: Clinic and workshop on audition etudes and audition preparation
|Flute||Prof. Ann Kjerulf Knien - Adjunct Professor of Flute, Concordia University|
|Oboe||Elizabeth Steel – Professional Oboe Instructor, College Station, TX|
|Clarinet||Prof. Julie Linder-Gaulin - Adjunct Professor of Clarinet, Concordia University|
|Bass Clarinet||Nicholas Councilor – Professional Clarinet Instructor, Austin, TX|
|Bassoon||Julia Windle Littleton – Professional Bassoon Instructor, Austin, TX|
|Saxophone||Dr. Sunil Gadgil – Director Sax Pro Workshops|
|Trumpet||Dr. Eundo Park – Adjunct Professor of Trumpet, Concordia University|
|French Horn||Chelsea Payton – Professional Horn Instructor, San Antonio, TX|
|Trombone||Dr. Megan Boutin – Adjunct Professor of Trombone, TAMU - Kingsville|
|Euphonium||Brett Blackstone – Professional Euphonium Instructor – Austin, TX|
|Tuba||Andrew Payton – USAF Band of the West|
|Percussion||Prof. Aaron Lack – Adjunct Professor of Percussion, Concordia University|