• Monday, April 7, 2014, 7:00-9:00 pm
• Wittenberg University, Krieg Hall (directions below)
• For grades 9 through 12
Because of funding provided by the L. David Miller Fund, no fee is required, but registration is required (below). Bring a short selection of music to perform. Or you may attend as an observer. Here is a schedule for the evening:
7:00 - Essential techniques: breathing, reeds, and more
7:30 - Masterclass: brief student performances, part 1
8:00 - Small ensembles
8:30 - Masterclass: brief student performances, part 2
9:00 - Adjourn!
Lori Akins is principal flutist of the Springfield Symphony and plays piccolo and flute with the Columbus Symphony. Lisa Grove is principal oboist of the Springfield Symphony and performs in the Richmond Symphony and the Columbus Symphony. Joseph Hesseman plays bassoon in the Springfield Symphony and Dayton Philharmonic Concert Band. Richard York is principal clarinetist of the Springfield Symphony.
Woodwind Night will be held in Krieg Hall (the music building), at 632 Woodlawn Ave. Free parking is available in the Student Center Parking Lot (across the street from Krieg Hall, on the other side of Ward Street), and in the Krieg Hall Parking Lot (just to the east side of Krieg Hall).
If you are visiting Wittenberg from out of town, you might wish to check this list of Springfield hotels. If you are a high school senior and are visiting from more than three hours away, contact Dr. Kazez about the possibility of an overnight stay with a current Wittenberg music major on campus.
To register, use the form below or send email to Daniel Kazez email@example.com. If you have any questions, contact Dr. Kazez by email or by phone: 937-327-7354 (or 800-677-7558).