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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by tpter1, Mar 30, 2006.
Sounds like a great plan. I'm looking forward to meeting you all!
I am not sure about the area,but we can figure it out once we are there.
Nick will be coming on the 7th,Dylan Schwab from "42nd street" Broadway tour will join us on the 7th as well.
One little problem...
I have 110 mile drive home after.....
It would be a great idea to have a mass meeting, but I would suggest that to pick a time now might be considered a little premature - surely we should wait until we know wat the timetable of events is. Somehow I doubt that some of us would want to miss some of the performances that are happening this year.
A main stage concert schedule is on the conference poster. I have one on my office door at school. I'll try to synopsize the evening events for you when I go into work this morning.
I'd be up for a get together. sounds fun!
Just as far as evening events go...
Tuesday-7:30 Opening ceremony and concert including US Army Herald Trumpets, premiere of winning piece in the composition contest, Rowan Univ. trumpet faculty.
10:30 Jam session
Wednesday-5:00-Brass Band Spectacular/Matt Shulman concert/ Robt. Early clinic
10:30 Jam session
8:00-Aubier, Hofs, Mack with Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
Saturday-Banquet & Closing concert featuring big band with Sean Jones and George Rabbai.
I am all set. I just called Best Western in Thorofare, NJ and they still had rooms available. I snagged one.
I would guess the best way to go about this is to find out where the majority of folks are staying, meet at that location and take over the hotel bar.
If you all took your instruments that might be one of the easier chores!
Wootness! My checkbook's a little lighter, but I just sent out my registration and everything for ITG!!
I'm a happy girl! See ya'll there!
I think I'm staying right at the College (correct, Leigh?)... but I'll have my car. I plan on attending more events this year as opposed to 2004 where Leigh worked me until I bled
No MOUNTAINS this time Leigh in my dad's 86 diesel Benz. I lost three years on that trip!