.::NEW ENGLAND SAXOPHONE SYMPOSIUM
25th ANNUAL NEW ENGLAND SAXOPHONE SYMPOSIUM
Professor of Saxophone at the University of Iowa, Kenneth Tse, dazzles the audience performing Les Folies d'Espagne by Marin Marais.
Pieces performed by Dr. Tse on alto include Rhapsody by Claude Debussy (arr. Eugene Roussau), Partita for Alto Saxophone and Piano by Erwin Dressel and Sonata by Edison Denisov.
Kenneth Tse performs with his accompanist, Kazuo Murakami.
The UMASS Graduate Saxophone Quartet accompanies Mr. Tse on Borne's Fantaisie Brillante sur des themes de Carmen (arr. Boisseau).
The legendary Yusef Lateef performs as a guest artist at the 25th Annual New England Saxophone Symposium.
Performing with Yusef Lateef are Professor Jeff Holmes of the University of Massachusetts on piano, Professor Sal Macchia of the University of Massachusetts on bass, and Bob Weiner on drums.
Yusef Lateef is a skilled musician on many instruments.
Mr. Klock and Yusef Lateef.
The saxophone quartet from James Madison University from Harrisonburg, VA performs Rivier's Grave et Presto.
The University of Massachusetts Graduate Saxophone Quartet gives its last performance under this lineup. They performed Alfred Desenclos' Quatuor pour Saxophones.
Mr. Klock and Kenneth Tse after Symposium.
Mr. Klock with the James Madison University Saxophone Quartet.
Mr. Klock with the Western Carolina University Saxophone Quartet.
A very tired group.
All the way from the WHEE...The southerners enjoy some time to relax.
Kenneth Tse and Kazuo Murakami with Scott Hoefling, aka "Trouble," with his lady friend.
The JMU Quartet with Chris and Bill are pondering their after dinner plans.
Look at this Motley Crew...
I much nicer looking group. Note: Katelyn's mother makes the best coffee cake in the world.
No trip to UMASS is complete without the tour of Mr. Klock's trains.
(Left to right) Brian Sacawa, Eugene Rousseau, Lynn Klock, Sheila Nevius, John Wojciechowski, and Wayne Tice. The Army Field Band Saxophone Quartet was also featured on the 19th Annual New England Saxophone Symposium in 2001. Wayne Tice, Prinicipal Saxophonist and soloist with the West Point Band substituted for the injured soprano player from the Field Band Quartet. Sacawa, Nevius, and Tice are all graduates of the UMass Saxophone Studio.
John Wojciechowski-jazz artist, Lynn Klock, Eugene Rousseau at the19th Annual New England Saxophone Symposium.
Mr. Klock with Eugene Rousseau.
2002 20th Annual New England Saxophone Symposium. Graduate TA's and Mike Gillespie and Lisa Fiorilli, Mr. Klock and David Jenkins with the Adelphi Saxophone Quartet.
Quartet coaching at New England Saxophone Symposium with Michael Torke.
Otis and Haruko Murphy at the 2003 21st Annual New England Saxophone Symposium.
Featured Jazz Artist, Mark Vinci at the 2005 23rd Annual New England Saxophone Symposium.
Mr. Klock at 2003 Symposium.