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NZSM Classical Saxophone Festival

NZSM Classical Saxophone Festival

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  • Sat 2 Jun ’12 – Mon 4 Jun ’12, 9:00am – 3:00pm


NZ School of Music - Kelburn Campus, Gate 7, Victoria Univesrity of Wellington, Kelburn Parade, Kelburn, Wellington


All Ages

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  • General Admission: $152.00

Te Kōkī, New Zealand School of Music, in collaboration with Saxcess, New Zealand's premiere classical saxophone quartet, is hosting a Classical Saxophone Festival over Queen's Birthday Weekend, 2012.

The Festival, based mainly at the NZSM Kelburn Campus, is open to classical saxophone players of diverse backgrounds and experience from across New Zealand. Over two and a half days the participants will have the opportunity to take part in or observe masterclasses and concerts, and receive individual and ensemble tuition from some of our most experienced and accomplished classical saxophonists. These tutors include NZSM Lecturer and Wind Instruments Coordinator Deborah Rawson, NZSM Artist Teacher Simon Brew and alumnus Hayden Sinclair.

Participants should go to the NZSM website and download the NZSM Classical Saxophone Festival Registration Form (see link above). This form should be completed and posted, faxed or emailed to NZSM by Monday 28 May. Payment by cheque can be included in the mail or, more conveniently, registration payment can be made here by credit card.

For more information contact the organisers by email:
debbie.rawson@nzsm.ac.nz or brew.simon@gmail.com

The Festival culminates in this public Finale Concert which will features ensemble performances including a saxophone orchestra of up to 20 players. The venue will be Te Marae on the top level of Te Papa Tongarewa, Museum of New Zealand. The concert is free and all are welcome.

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