Taming The Woodwinds: A New Guide for the Pre-Professional and Professional Alike
- A presentation providing resources and other specific suggestions in teaching and learning the woodwind instruments. Topics that are directly related to proper performance technique, accurate pedagogical information, and healthy woodwind playing.
- Gail Levinsky (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/18/2014 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
- Meeting Room W186
- Dr. Gail B. Levinsky serves on the faculty of Susquehanna University, where her responsibilities include teaching applied studies in saxophone, chamber music, and instrumental music education. She regularly presents clinics at state music education symposiums, including the MENC Eastern Region Conference, PMEA, NJMEA DMEA, and in 2007 at the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic. Her research includes a newly published edition of Rosemary Lang’s “Beginning Altissimo Method” and a catalog of works written for organ & saxophone that provides a technical and analytical reference for performers. Dr. Levinsky’s degrees were earned from Northwestern University and Butler University During the summer months, Dr. Levinsky is Program Director and serves on the faculty for the Frederick L. Hemke Saxophone Institute, and teaches at New England Music Camp in Sidney, Maine. Dr. Levinsky is an artist-clinician for the Conn-Selmer Company, Inc. and performs exclusively on Selmer-Paris saxophones.