About Atlanta Saxophone Day

 

Atlanta Saxophone Day is an annual event held in September and is open to participants of all ages and levels. This one-day event hosts master classes, focus sessions, saxophone ensembles, artist and participant recitals, and exhibitors.  Each year, Atlanta Saxophone Day features a world-class guest artist. Past guest artists include Claude Delangle, Frederick Hemke, Debra Richtmeyer, and Steven Stusek. This year’s guest is Carrie Koffman of  The Hartt School at University of Hartford and Yale School of Music.

Join guest conductor Scott Stewart of the Westminister Schools and Dr. Jan Berry Baker for this year’s Atlanta Saxophone Day!

 

20160910dp_atlantasaxophoneday_110General Participants
Anyone of all ages and experience levels can register to attend. All General Participants will actively rehearse and perform in the saxophone choir, participate in clinics, visit exhibitors, and observe the master class and guest artist recital.

General Participant plus Master Class Performer
We are accepting a limited number of applicants to perform for the guest artist master class.  Each Master Class Participant will receive a 20-minute clinic on-stage with our guest artist in addition to the General Participant experience.

Auditor Participants
For non-saxophone participants or those only wishing to observe, we offer registration as an Auditor Participant. Auditor Participants will observe rehearsals, clinics, the guest artist recital, masterclasses, and visit exhibitors, but will not perform in the final concert.

 

All registration fees are non-refundable.

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