30th New England Saxophone Symposium

Masterclass and Recitals

Guest Artists Joseph Lulloff and Lawrence Panella

UMass Saxophone Class particpants for the Masterclass with Professors Lulloff and Panella.

 Joe Lulloff Masterclass working with Karalyn Aprill

Professor Lulloff working with Anthony Cincotta.

Professor Lulloff with the Freshman Quartet, Erik Anundson, Ben Porter, Tyler Appel, Zach Robarge.

Professor Panella with the Jazz Combo.  Saxophonists were Tyler Appel, Michael Caudill, and Mat Schumer.

Apparently the entire Saxophone Class was required in setting up the donut table for the Symposium!

Joe and David from Gerry's Music setting up instruments for people to try at the Symposium.  Gerry's Music is a major sponsor for the New England Saxophone Symposium for which we are very grateful!

Frank Rosso from Selmer setting up instruments. Conn-Selmer is a major sponsor of the New England Saxophone Symposium!  Thank you!

People checking out the exhibits before the performances begin.

More exhibit pictures.


Jazz Combo with saxophonists Tyler Appel, Michael Caudill, and Mat Schumer play the opening performance at the 30th Annual New England Saxophone Symposium at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Professor Klock and Shank play the opening recital.

Freshman Quartet Recital: Erik Anundson, Ben Porter, Tyler Appel, and Zach Robarge.

Professors Joseph Lulloff and Deborah Moriarty play their recital.

Joe playing a solo piece in his recital.

Anna Morsillo, Ben Tsai, Richemond Fabien, and Kyle Kubicki play their quartet recital.

Jeff Soffer, Mat Schumer, Anthony Cincotta, Karalyn Aprill quartet play their recital.

Rebecca Fielder, Aaron Stewart, Michael Caudill, and David Morris play their quartet recital.

Professors Lynn Klock, Joe Lulloff, and Larry Panella respond to questions from the audience in the Open Forum.

Jazz Recital featuring guest artist Larry Panella, assisted by UMass Jazz faculty member Tom Giampietro on drums.

Professors Lulloff, Panella, and Klock with some of the participants at the end of another great syposium.