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NASA 2018 Biennial Conference Presenter — Allison Adams

Mark your calendars now to join us March 8-11, 2018 for the NASA 2018 Biennial Conference at University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Ohio.
James Bunte — Host
— Conference Program Committee Chair
— NASA Director of Marketing


Saxophone Player

Click here for the overall Conference Schedule. NOTE: The closing concert is on Sunday, March 13, at 3:00 PM in Hemmle Recital Hall. We hope you will make plans to be with us for this special performance.

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Name: Allison Adams
Website: http://www.allisondadams.com
Presentation Date: Friday, March 11, 2016 4:00 PM
Presentation Venue: Hemmle Recital Hall
Presentation Title: Dreams in the Dusk by David Biedenbender
Type of Presentation: Professional Classical Solo Performance
Proposal Duration: 13

Dr. Allison Adams is the Assistant Professor of Saxophone at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. An avid performer, Adams is the tenor saxophonist in the Estrella Consort, a saxophone quartet devoted to the performance of new music. She is also a member of the nief-norf contemporary music ensemble. Adams frequently performs with the Knoxville Symphony and been featured in recitals across the country. 

Besides her study of the saxophone, Adams’ main area of research centers around performance injuries, wellness for musicians, and the integration of yoga into music performance. She was a contributing author for Notes of Hope: Stories of Musicians Coping with Injuries, as well as the multi-media resource Cross Training for Musicians.

Her main teachers include Timothy McAllister, Eugene Rousseau, and Steven Mauk. She is a D’Addario Performing Artist.

For more information, please go to www.allisondadams.com

Ensemble Bio:  

Other Performers / Participants

Name Instrument Bio
Liz  Ames Piano undefined . . .

Pieces to Be Performed

Title Composer Duration
Dreams in the Dusk David Biedenbender 13