Pennsylvania trumpet festival schedule available

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  1. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    West Chester University of Pennsylvania Trumpet festival

    Hello everyone,
    I have now the final schedule for our incoming fest on January 28th 2007. The list is incredible and you won’t want to miss this spectacular event.
    Artists are in alphabetical order. You know the deal, they can change without notice depending on artists schedule.

    James Ackley, University of Connecticut
    David Bilger, Philadelphia Orchestra
    Dr. JC Dobrzelewski, West Chester University
    Nick Drozdoff, NYTC artist
    Dr. Luis Engelke, Towson University
    Matthew Gallagher, West Chester University
    Tony Gambaro, NYTC artist
    Craig Morris, University of Miami (former principal, Chicago Symphony)
    Mike Vax, Getzen artist

    Exhibitors represented will be

    Stage 1 Trumpets (Stage 1 trumpet prize)
    Romeo Adaci Trumpets
    Galileo Trumpets
    Eclipse Trumpets
    BSC Trumpets
    Bach Trumpets
    Schilke Trumpets
    Yamaha Trumpets
    Fanfare Caseworks
    Hickman Music Editions (set of orchestral excerpts)
    AK Brass Press (set of Synergy Brass Quintet collection)

    Fee will be $20.00 full price and $15.00 for students. We are currently building a website where online registration will be available.
    Please contact me if you have any specific questions

    [email protected]
     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2006
  2. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    I want also to thank our sponsors. Mostly New York Trumpet Company for being such a big part of this event. The best thing is that someone will be walking out of the festival with a free trumpet...yes you heard it right. NYTC will be giving a door prize. A Stage 1 Trumpet...Thank you Felix, you are the best :-)
     
  3. NYTC

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    This is the website where you can find all information about the Festival.

    http://www.wcutrumpetfest.com/

    Please check for updates.
    Thanks,
    Felix
     
  4. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    website is running :-). some of the features will be added. Online registration should be ready soon. I'll post when it is ready to go.
    We will offer a meal plan for people signing up online. As the schedule will be very tight (not much time to go out and eat), I recommend people getting it.
     
  5. gregc

    gregc Mezzo Piano User

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    Where the Hell is West Chester U?????????
    :-)
     
  6. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    West Chester of Pennsylvania
    about 35 miles south west of Philly.
     
  7. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    Hello everyone,
    Just wanted to let people know that the website is now running.
    Online registration is available. Fee can be paid online by credit cards.
    Please make sure you register online. It will save a lot of time the day of the event...so you don't miss any of the clinics and exhibitors :-)
    Thank you and hope to see you all there
     
  8. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    Hi
    Looking at the way things are going, make sure you registed by January 5th. I need to make sure I know about how many people will be coming. Right now clinics are in scheduled in the Recital hall. (seats about 150) If I need to get a different hall I need to have plenty of time to do it.
    Go register :-) and see you in January
     
  9. NYTC

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    It looks like it is going to be an amazing event.
    Stop by and check it out,if you have a chance.
     
  10. swissdude

    swissdude Pianissimo User

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    Guys,

    you are going to love this. We added the top jazz band conducted by Matt Niess from DC to do a tribute to Maynard to close the festival. I am working details with clinicians to see what they want to play :-)
    Keeps getting better....so go register ;-)

    JC
     

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