Auditor Spots Available for 2017 Alessi Seminar

May 22nd, 2017 by Joshua Brown

Alessi Seminar

Edwards has had the pleasure to be involved with the Alessi Seminar since it’s inception. In that time, we’ve attended seminars in Nyack, Albuquerque, Tuscaloosa, and Eugene. This year’s seminar is once again being held in Eugenem Oregon, and while the Participants and Fellows classes are full, auditor spots are still available. Attending the Alessi Seminar is a tremendous opportunity, as you’ll be learning from Joseph Alessi, Peter Ellefson, Jonathan Whitaker, as well as fellow participants, fellows, and auditors.

I wanted to say a few words about the Alessi Seminar. The Participants and Fellows classes are full and the performance level in each group is very high. As an auditor, you would therefore have many opportunities to hear fine performances and get a lot of valuable information, as well as do a sizable amount of playing.

If you are unable to be there, I would like to ask your help in getting the word out to your students and other colleagues to attend.

Happily, there are now a lot of trombone seminars, institutes, workshops, symposiums, etc. Most of these other events have been generated from my former students. But I have confidence that our format and content promises you the most informative and all-encompassing event going on this summer.

Informative, as you will hear many varied ideas on how to improve your musicianship and technique.

All-encompassing, because we have a wide variety of clinicians, performance opportunities, ensembles to hear and to join and innovations to discuss.

I have heard from past auditors that they have enjoyed the experience a great deal, from the first day to the last. So, if you know of someone of any age who is hungry to learn this summer, please share. We have a high school class too! Thanks very much,

Joseph Alessi
www.alessiseminar.com

As always, we’ll be there with our T396-A’s, B502’s, T350’s, B454’s, and much more. So plan to join us in Eugue from August 5-13!

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