Rogue Two's performance time has been set for our showcase recital at the 2017 TxMEA Conference! We'll be playing at 9:30am on Thursday, February 9th in the Main Lobby of the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio. We're looking forward to an exciting program!
I'll be presenting my clinic "Stop the Honks! Beautiful Saxophone Sounds From Day One" at 8am on Saturday, February 11th in CC 225 in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center in San Antonio Texas at the TMEA Conference! I look forward to seeing you there!
Check out my article in the September 2016 issue of School Band and Orchestra. Titled "Inside the Mind of the Adjudicator," it offers tips and advice for adjudicated performances.
New Article on Pioneering Saxophonist Kathryn Thompson in September/October Issue of Saxophone Today!
I've written an article on pioneering saxophonist, composer, pedagogue, and large saxophone ensemble conductor Kathryn Thompson that appears in the September/October 2016 issue of Saxophone Today. Check out the incredible life and work of this ground-breaking musician!
Two of my arrangements for saxophone quartet are now available through Dorn Publications. Palestrina's Adoramus Te and John Dowland's Come Again, Sweet Love, will provide Renaissance flair to any quartet program.
I will be presenting a clinic titled "Stop the Honks! Beautiful Saxophone Sounds From Day One" at the 2017 Texas Music Educators Association Conference, to be held in February in San Antonio. In addition, Rogue Two will be presenting a showcase recital at TMEA. I look forward to seeing you all there!
I have a new article on starting saxophone pitches in the lowest register in the latest issue of The Instrumentalist!
An article on the life and music of German saxophone pioneer Gustav Bumcke that I wrote has been published in the January/February 2016 issue of Saxophone Today. Check it out!
My article "Woodwind Books for Band Directors," which details several standard, wonderful reference materials which every music educator should possess, has been published in the December 2015 issue of The Instrumentalist! Check it out!
My latest "Repertoire Today" article has been published in the November/December 2015 edition of Saxophone Today. It's an examination of David Gillingham's saxophone music, which is a delight for any performer!
Two articles of mine based on the history and literature of the large saxophone ensemble are in the latest volume of The Saxophone Symposium, the North American Saxophone Alliance's referred journal. Check them out!
Another article of mine has been published by The Instrumentalist! Entitled "Saxophone Chamber Music," it appears in the October 2015 issue. Check it out!
The second conversation I had with the great guys at The Modern Saxophonist has just been published. I share some thoughts about commissioning new literature. Check it out here:
I've just been featured on the latest episode of The Modern Saxophonist podcast, discussing my research on the history of large saxophone ensembles. Check it out!
For the September 2015 issue of School Band and Orchestra, I penned an article called "Playing Both Sides of the Horn: Approaching the Saxophone as a Classical and Jazz Instrument." If you know younger players, this is a good introduction to the things to consider when attempting to be a great all-around saxophonist.
A report of new literature and performances from the 17th World Saxophone Congress that I wrote is included in the September/October 2015 issue of Saxophone Today. Check it out!
Take a peek at my new article on the saxophone music of composer Dimitri Terzakis, now in the July/August issue of Saxophone Today!
Check out my latest piece for SBO magzine: a short article on basic alternate fingerings for the saxophone!
Full text can be found here: http://digitaleditiononline.com/publication/?i=258942
Check out my article on the relationship between saxophonist Edward Lefebre and composer Caryl Florio in the May/June issue of Saxophone Today!
For band directors and others who are interested, please check out my article "Woodwinds on the Field" in the April 2015 issue of The Instrumentalist. I cover some dos and don'ts for the woodwinds in marching bands.