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NASA 2022 Biennial Conference Presenter — Nathan Bogert

Mark your calendars now to join us Thursday-Sunday, March 10-13, 2022 for the NASA 2022 Biennial Conference at Oklahoma State University, Greenwood School of Music in Stillwater, Oklahoma.


Saxophone Player
Name: Nathan Bogert
Presentation Date: Saturday, March 7, 2020 10:20 AM
Presentation Venue: Recital Hall
Presentation Title: Nathan Bogert Solo Proposal
Type of Presentation: Professional Classical Solo Performance
Proposal Duration: 18

Nathan Bogert is Assistant Professor of Music Performance (Saxophone) at Ball State University. As a standout saxophonist of his generation, Nathan is in demand as a performer and clinician. His performances have taken him to venues on five continents as both a soloist and member of various ensembles. Described as “unbelievably stunning” by Sequenza 21 of the Contemporary Classical Music Community, Nathan’s musical endeavors as both a classical and jazz saxophonist have distinguished him as one of the more unique saxophonists of the younger generation.

As a soloist, he has appeared with many orchestras and bands including the top concert ensembles at both Ball State University and the University of Iowa. Nathan’s commitment to commissioning new compositions has enabled him to premiere compositions by composers Aaron Perrine, Jody Nagel, Benjamin Fuhrman, and Israel Neumann among others.

Ensemble Bio:

A native of the Pacific Northwest, pianist Michael Seregow enjoys a multifaceted career as a performer, teacher, clinician, and recording artist. Currently a member of both the music and theatre faculties at Ball State University, he has also served on the keyboard faculties at Washington State University, University of Puget Sound, and University of Oregon.

Having been named a finalist in both solo piano and chamber music for The American Prize, a national competition in the performing arts, Dr. Seregow maintains an active performance career, performing a diverse selection of repertoire spanning from the late renaissance through works by composers of today. A musician of uncommon versatility, Seregow has received formal training in a variety of keyboard instruments other than piano including harpsichord, fortepiano, and organ, in addition to studies in jazz piano, basso continuo, historical performance practice, and composition.

Pieces to Be Performed

Title Composer Duration
Jellyfish Kristen Kuster 10
Ave Maria Astor Piazzolla 6