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NASA 2020 Biennial Conference Presenter — Robert Eason

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Name: Robert Eason
Website: http://www.easonstudios.com
Presentation Date: Saturday, March 7, 2020 4:00 PM
Presentation Venue: Katzin Concert Hall
Presentation Title: New Works for Soprano Saxophone and Piano
Type of Presentation: Professional Classical Solo Performance
Proposal Duration: 18
Bio: Hailed by Fanfare magazine for his “exceptional feel for elegance, wit… and tonal beauty,” Bob Eason is a Nashville-based saxophonist and educator.  Bob teaches applied saxophone studies and music education courses at Austin Peay State University in and Murray State University, and he is finishing up his doctoral studies at Indiana University where he studied with Dr. Otis Murphy. Recently, Bob was a guest artist at the Encuentro Universitario Internacional De Saxofón México XVIII in Mexico City, and in 2018 Bob was a guest artist at the Ensemble SaxoBang Festival in Taipei. He holds a master’s degree in saxophone performance from Indiana University and a bachelor’s degree in music education from The University of Houston where he studied with Mr. Dan Gelok, Mrs. Valerie Vidal, and Dr. Karen Wylie.

Other Performers / Participants


Michael Seregow


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
*To Be Determined* Joel Love 15
Tailgate Mischa Zupko 3