The UTM woodwind area will be hosting Woodwind Day on Saturday, February 24th, 2018. The event will feature performances from area professionals and students, presentations, vendors, and a master class with the UTM woodwind faculty.
Preregistration is available for $15 on Feb 1 or before by clicking the link under the ÂÂEvent Registration drop down menu. Registration after Feb 1 or on the day of the event is $20. All registration fees are payable at check-in.
*All minors must bring a completed Medical & Photo Release, available here.
For more information, please contact Dr. Elizabeth Aleksander at email@example.com or 731.881.7413
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Click here to preregister for UTM Woodwind Day 2018!
Experience the hands-on learning that goes on here in UTM Music by registering to perform in our master class for high school students. Dr. Aleksander, Professor Lewis and Dr. Owens take turns working with each performer to provide a wide variety of expert feedback that will be beneficial to every participant and attendee, regardless of your instrument!
Click here to register. The deadline to apply to perform in the master class is 11:59pm on February 1.
Audition Material: Students auditioning for the Woodwind Day Solo Competition will select, record and submit a performance of a selection of repertoire from the standard solo literature (for example, concertos by Mozart and Ibert, sonatas by Hindemith and Poulenc) or from a solo folio (for example, Voxman's Concert and Contest Collection). The recording does not need to include a pianist.
Submission of Materials: Audition material will be submitted through a video recording posted on a site like YouTube or through a file storage service like DropBox or Google Drive.
Performance: The winner will be invited to perform his or her selection on a recital at Woodwind Day. The winner of the solo competition must be present at Woodwind Day; otherwise, the next runner up will be named winner.
*Note: If the winning selection has a piano part, the Woodwind Day recital performance must be accompanied. If no pianist can be found, the piece may not be performed, but the winner will still be acknowledged on the recital.
Deadline for Submission: Application and audition materials must be submitted before 11:59 PM on Saturday, February 1st. Click here to register.
If you are a college student at another institution, were hoping that you will consider submitting a proposal for a chamber ensemble performance at Woodwind Day! Click here to apply.
Deadline for Submission: Application materials must be submitted before 11:59 PM on Saturday, February 1st.
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Woodwind Day is also a UTM audition day. If you're interested in auditioning for a music scholarship, or for acceptance as a music major or minor, please email Dr. Aleksander BEFORE Woodwind Day to arrange an audition time.
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