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Imani Winds Summer Woodwind Institue Now Accepting Saxophonists

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Imani Winds Summer Woodwind Institue Now Accepting Saxophonists

Wednesday, April 13, 2011 4:41 AM
Author: Tygue Wierda

Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival The Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival has just expanded their festival to include saxophone. All participants will have the opportunity to play in mixed chamber music with other woodwinds and piano, in addition to saxophone quartets. The festival takes place at the Juilliard School in New York City, and runs from July 27-August 6. The Imani Winds Chamber Music Festival is an intense summer institute devoted to excellence in ensemble performance! Now in its second season, the festival is housed on the Lincoln Center campus, right in the heart of New York City. Participants are mentored by by Imani Winds, a Grammy nominated wind quintet known for their legacy of innovative music, and are immersed into all aspects of chamber music performance: . •Daily coachings
 . •Masterclasses with renowned guest artists
 . •Outreach training and performances
 . •Networking and entreprenurial clinics with professionals from top industry management, PR, and recording companies
 . •Composition/Arrangement workshops 
 . •Culmination concerts 
 This summer’s festival offers two exciting programs: . •The Fellowship Program is for woodwinds, horn players, and pianists who wish to immerse themselves in high caliber wind quintet/sextet performance.
 . •General Chamber Music Program welcomes strings, winds, and pianists for intensive training within mixed ensembles. 
 For more information, and a roster of clinicians and personnel, view the web page at website

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