Woodwind Workshops Day
Saturday, November 12, 2016
9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Noel Fine Arts Center
Join us for an exciting day of instrument-specific workshops, woodwind ensembles, and techniques classes. Learn about reed making, tone development, and playing musically with University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point woodwind professors of flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone, and bassoon. You’ll also enjoy hearing performances by UWSP music students, and participating in a woodwind concert at the end of the day.
Saturday, November 12 Schedule
Instrument-specific workshops and small ensemble rehearsals|
UWSP Student Ensemble Performances
Instrument-specific workshops and small ensemble rehearsals
Woodwind Workshop Day Student Ensembles Concert
(parents invited to attend)
• Enjoy a day of learning and music making with the members of the UWSP Flute studio.
• Improve all aspects of your playing, from tone to technique.
• Receive coaching on your solos and improve your musicianship.
OBOE & ENGLISH HORN
• Receive coaching on your prepared music.
• Develop techniques such as vibrato and high note control.
• Practice reed making and reed fixing.
• Receive group and individual coaching.
• Study fundamentals and more advanced techniques.
• Focus on practicing and playing very musically.
• Receive coaching on your Solo & Ensemble or audition music.
• Hone your skills including fingerings, intonation, range expansion, and more.
• Make a bassoon reed and learn reed adjustment techniques.
• Participate in group classes in all things saxophone.
• Receive and observe Solo & Ensemble coaching in a class setting.
• Learn how improvisation can help your musicianship.
About the Faculty
Dr. Tara Schwab (flute)
performs as principal flutist with the Central Wisconsin Symphony and tours internationally with her flute and guitar duo, Duo Amantis. This year Dr. Schwab will be hosting the annual Wisconsin Flute Festival at UWSP on Saturday, March 5, 2016.
Prof. Stacey Berk (oboe)
performs as principal oboist with the Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra. In addition to leading the oboe studio at UWSP, she enjoys teaching a variety of music courses. She is also an active composer and her humorouse double reed ensembles are played throughout the US and abroad.
Dr. Andrea Splittberger-Rosen (clarinet)
is an experienced teacher of clarinetists of all ages and levels. She has been Artist/Teacher of Clarinet at UWSP since 1984 and holds degrees from Eastman School of Music and Michigan State University. She performs regularly as a solo and chamber music recitalist playing an array of clarinets, including a 6-key Classical Period replica.
Prof. David Hastings (saxophone)
equally at home with classical as well as jazz saxophone performs frequently in variety of settings ranging from the Voyageur Saxophone Quartet to the solo stage to his newly founded jazz series at the Scarabocchio Art Museum.
Dr. Patricia Holland (bassoon)
performs as principal bassoonist with the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra and with various summer music festivals. She has contributed many concerto performances and has given recitals and master classes throughout the U.S. In addition to teaching, Dr. Holland currently serves as Chair of the UWSP Department of Music.
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