Programming is such a vital part of being a performing musician. Jon Wintringham brings his vast experience and enthusiasm for program construction into this important masterclass. WARNING! The information here may just enhance your willingness to prepare a well thought out music program for your audience. We hope you are encouraged by this episode. Write us at email@example.com to let us know how it impacts you.
Jonathan Wintringham joins Mark McArthur and Eric Bradley to talk about his recent travels to Japan and China for recitals and masterclasses. Hear how Japan has influenced Jon though his studies and further concertizing while China is opening up their doors to learning saxophone with open arms. We also discuss programming decisions and how his studies with Tim McAllister shaped him into the player he is today. You can always find more episodes by subscibing on iTunes. We will release his masterclass on recital programming on Monday 8/31
Necropolis is the name of Dr. Rhonda Taylor's new CD. Your host Mark McArthur interviews Rhonda about hte unique concept of the titles and process in which this CD came about. When most think of improvised music they think jazz, but Dr. Taylor has some "haunting" information for the creation of the interesting sounds found on these tracks. Rhonda will have a special teaching episode to be released next week.
Brian Lambert and Connor O'Toole appear on the first guest spot for The Modern Saxophonist Podcast hosted by Mark McArthur and Eric Bradley. We ask them about their experience at Las Vegas Academy, Preparing for College Auditions and what the future holds for both. Both Brian and Connor have been students of Mark and we hope you enjoy hearing about their experience.
Our host Mark McArthur shares a core teaching value of the 3 I-T's. In-Tune, In-Tone, and In-Time. Eric Bradley, Connor O'Toole and Brian Lambert chime in to provide personal insight into these values that we are sure will become something to help you on your journey as a saxophonist. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us at www.themodernsaxophonist.com