Studio News

July 2018: Western University saxophone alumnus Lance Corporal Andy Braet (Band of the Irish Guards), a member of the Household Division Saxophone Quartet, premiered a new work for saxophone quartet with his colleagues by British composer Adam Gorb at the World Saxophone Congress in Zagreb, Croatia. The quartet are the first ever British Military group to perform at the congress!

May 2018: A huge congratulations to Western University saxophone alumna Dr. Jennifer Blackwell on her recent appointment to the Music Education faculty at the University of Hawaii at Mānoa! http://manoa.hawaii.edu/music/the-uh-manoa-music-department-welcomes-dr-jennifer-blackwell-to-music-education-faculty/

January 2018: Proud to announce that Western University saxophone alumnus Lance Corporal Andy Braet (Band of the Irish Guards) will be performing the Glazunov Concerto with The Countess of Wessex’s String Orchestra on February 27. Congratulations, Andy! https://www.facebook.com/events/1837106049697119/

November 2017: Congratulations to Western University saxophone alumnus Robert Hess. Robert was named winner of the Kansas MTNA solo competition and will be heading to Iowa City in January to compete at regionals! He is currently completing his MMus at Wichita State University with Dr. Geoffrey Deibel. Way to go, Rob! https://www.facebook.com/westernuSaxophone/?ref=bookmarks

September 2017: Congratulations to Ben Luelo who was selected as a saxophonist for the Ontario Provincial Honour Band! Ben is a student of Mr. Josh Geddis at St. Anne’s Catholic Secondary School in Clinton, Ontario. http://www.clintonnewsrecord.com/2017/09/28/st-annes-saxophonist-receives-recognition-from-province-as-top-talent

July 2017: Here is a Canada 150 greeting, featuring Western University saxophone alumnus, Matthew Henry, who serves in the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy! https://www.facebook.com/CanadianForces/videos/2091165164444008/?fref=mentions

March 2017: Read about Western University saxophone alumna Sarah Robertson’s travels to Europe as a saxophonist in the Canadian Forces La Musique du Royal 22e Régiment. http://thesarniajournal.ca/camlachie-musician-headed-to-vimy-ceremonies-in-france/