.::NEW ENGLAND SAXOPHONE SYMPOSIUM
25th ANNUAL NEW ENGLAND SAXOPHONE SYMPOSIUM
Professor of Saxophone at the University of Iowa, Kenneth Tse, lectures in a pre-symposium master class with the UMASS Freshmen Saxophone Quartet.
Kenneth Tse with one of the University of Massachusetts Saxophone Quartets.
Kenneth Tse and the Western Carolina University Saxophone Quartet, from Cullowhee, NC.
Sebastian, Elizabeth, Joe, and Ryland open the symposium with Lantier's Andante et Scherzetto.
The quartet from Western Carolina University performs movements from Astor Piazzolla's Histoire du Tango.
This UMASS Saxophone Quartet is a hybrid group featuring undergraduates, a graduate student, and Mr. Klock. They performed pieces by Paul Pierne and Claude Debussy.
The UMASS Graduate Saxophone Quartet opens Mr. Klock's Recital with the first movement of Elliot Carter's Canonic Suite for four alto saxophones.
Mr. Klock performs In the Ark with the composer, Clifton J. Noble Jr. The piece was written for Mr. Klock.
Saya Namikawa performs with Mr. Klock on her arrangement of Piazolla's Histoire du Tango.
Mr. Klock premiers David Jex's Three Dances for Baritone Saxophone in its entirety, written for Mr. Klock.