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NASA Update - November 2014 - NASA 2014 Election Results

NASA 2014 Election Results

Click here to read Clifford Leaman's announcement of your new NASA officers.

NASA Update - September 2014 - 2016 NASA Biennial Conference

2016 NASA Biennial Conference

The 2016 Biennial Conference will be hosted by David Dees and Texas Tech University in March 2016.  Mark your calendars now and plan to join us.

NASA Update - September 2014 - NASA 2015 Regional Conferences

NASA 2015 Regional Conferences

Region 1 – January 23-25, 2015
The 2015 NASARegion 1 Conference will be held at Western Washington University January 23-25.  Hosted by: Fred Winkler.  Click here for the Call for Participation.

Region 2 – March 12-13, 2015
The 2015 NASA Region 2 Conference will be held at the Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, Arizona on March 12-13.  Hosted by: Dr. Jonathan Bergeron.  Please apply at http://nau.edu/cal/music/events/NASA-2015Click here for the Call for Participation.

Region 3 – March 13-15, 2015
Drake University is excited to announce that we will be hosting the 2015 NASA Region 3 Conference March 13-15.  More information, including proposal submission forms can be found at the Region 3 Conference website.

NASA Update - January 2014 - Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute

Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute

The Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute at Snow Pond Music Festival (Sidney, Maine) is now accepting applications for the 2014 season. For registration and additional information:

http://snowpondmusicfestival.com/programs/saxophone-institute/

Dates: June 9 – 21, 2014

FLHSI provides high level college and graduate-level saxophonists an intensive two-week program of study under the tutelage of world-renowned saxophonist Dr. Frederick L. Hemke. Located in the beautiful Belgrade Lake region of Maine, program participants study solo and chamber music repertoire in a performance-oriented environment, participating in a series of private lessons, master-classes, ensemble coaching and recitals. Affordable tuition, including lodging and meals, lessons, and all program activities.

NASA Update - October 2013 - Simpson College Single Reed Symposium - November 16th, 2013

Simpson College Single Reed Symposium - November 16th, 2013

On Saturday, November 16th, 2013, the Simpson College Department of Music will host its first annual Single Reed Symposium. For more information, please visit: https://sites.google.com/site/simpsonbands/single-reed-symposium

This day will include many activities for high-school, college, recreational and professional level saxophonists and clarinetists. Master Classes, ensemble choirs, recitals, a workshop on the Alexander Technique by Harvey Thurmer, exhibits (Randy Jones of Tenor Madness) and many guest and featured artists will make this a day to remember! The event, hosted by Dave Camwell, is free to attend, but participants are asked to pre-register.