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NASA 2020 Biennial Conference Presenter — Rachel Wolz

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Saxophone Player

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Name: Rachel Wolz
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Presentation Date: Sunday, March 8, 2020 9:40 AM
Presentation Venue: Gammage 209
Presentation Title: In the Fullness of Time- Variations on Divinum Mysterium for Alto Saxophone
Type of Presentation: Student Classical Solo Performance
Proposal Duration: 10
Bio:

      Rachel Wolz is a pursuing a master’s in music degree in Saxophone Performance and a master’s in music degree in Music Theory at the University of Oklahoma (OU), studying saxophone with Dr. Jonathan Nichol. She graduated with honors from Illinois State University (ISU) in 2018 with a double major in Saxophone Performance and Music Composition. She studied saxophone with Dr. Paul Nolen.

     While at ISU, Rachel taught general music at Mulberry School. In 2018, Rachel was a recipient of the Robert G. Bone Scholarship Award, the highest university-wide honor awarded to 14 undergraduate students at ISU every year. Rachel received honorable mention in ISU’s concerto competition in 2018 and received honorable mention in the 2018 Oklahoma MTNA Young Artist Woodwind competition. 

            Rachel has a strong passion for teaching and working with children. Her future goals are teaching higher education saxophone and music theory.

Ensemble Bio: n/a

Pieces to Be Performed


 
Title Composer Duration
In the Fullness of Time Jacob Frost 10