From Studio to Ensemble: Synchronizing Studio & Ensemble Performance Goals for Band & Orchestra Brass
- Choosing repertoire can often be a challenge with younger brass sections. This clinic presents innovative methods for linking brass student playing goals to repertoire demands through a combination of lecture & playing demonstrations. Fundamentals of air, embouchure, articulation & their essential intersection with repertoire will be discussed. Conductors, studio teachers, and brass students will benefit from these strategies for continuing growth from practice room to rehearsal hall.
- Paul K. Bhasin, Robert Singer, Mark DeGoti (email@example.com)
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- Paul K. Bhasin is director of bands at The College of William & Mary. He conducted and performed as a trumpeter with orchestras and festivals throughout the US and Europe. Bhasin studied trumpet at the University of Michigan (BM) and Northwestern University (MM) and wind conducting (DMA) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Trumpeter/cornetist Staff Sergeant Robert Singer is a member of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band. Singer holds degrees from the University of Michigan and Northwestern University and has performed with the National Symphony, Columbus Symphony, and New World Symphony. Mark DeGoti is assistant professor of trumpet at Auburn University. DeGoti received his education from the University of Michigan (BM) and Indiana University (MM, DM). He has performed, recorded, and given clinics throughout the USA.