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Giving Music to Our Students
Morning Coffee and Ice Cream?
Plenty of Coffee and Conversation
Great Way to Earn Masters Hours
Old and New Friends
Yes, We Have Shirts!
Quincy and Mark before “Tone Quality” Session
John Miller – “How to Ensure Your Teaching Longevity”
Emily Threinen “Connecting Score Study to Gesture”
Matthew Marsit “Centering Tone, Stopping Squeaks, and Practice Techniques”
Grades 3 to 5 Reading Session
Great Way to Examine Scores
The Low End of the Brass Section
Quincy Hilliard and His Music
Reading, Listening, and Exploring with the Composer
Can’t Beat a Professional Percussion Section
Big Band Sound
From the Other Side
The Back of the Stage
Dominic Ferrara – Our Dinner Speaker
Mike Adams Introducing Our Outstanding Young Band Director
Sarah DePorter the 2014 Outstanding Young Band Director
Bunny Saranita Introducing Our Outstanding Band Director
Patricia Cunningham the 2014 Outstanding Band Director
Mike Giving Gary NHBDA’s Lifetime Achievement Award
The White Shirts Are Back!
Putting Gary to Work…
Old Clubs for…
Happiness Is a Certificate for the Custom Club of Your Choice
The Official Photo
Another Official Photo
Gary and Mike with the Toys
Elementary Band Reading Session
Low Brass Always Looks for a Chance to Play
Warming Up for the Rehearsal Lab
Stage Is Filling
The Gong’s Set to Go
Flutes Checking Out Their Lines
Emily Is Working the Brass
Working the Brass
2012 NEBDI PHOTO ALBUM Plymouth State University.
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