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  • Museum of Making Music - Museum Concerts Highlight the Classical Roots and Structural Evolution of the Saxophone
    the Educational Music Service have included works written specifically for him by Claude Baker James Barnes David DeBoor Canfield William Davis and Frederick Fox as well as standard works for saxophone Liley has four times presented master classes and recitals at the Sichuan Conservatory of Music in Chengdu China and as a faculty member of the Hong Kong International Saxophone Symposium A charter member of the World Saxophone Congress Liley serves on the Comité International de Saxophone He has long been involved with the North American Saxophone Alliance and is a member of the Executive Board serving as Director of Scholarly Publications Named the acknowledged scholar of the saxophone in England and the saxophone encyclopedia in China he is co author of the highly acclaimed book The Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone published by Cambridge University Press author of A Brief History of the World Saxophone Congress and editor of the biography Larry Teal There Will Never Be Another You His most recent book Eugene Rousseau With Casual Brilliance was published in 2011 As a member of the U S Navy Band in Washington DC Liley toured the country and performed for dignitaries at the White House He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Music in Saxophone with Distinction by Indiana University where he studied with the internationally renowned virtuoso Eugene Rousseau Liley has been Guest Professor of Saxophone at Indiana University the University of Minnesota Kansas State University and the University of Iowa He is currently a Professor of Music at Joliet Junior College in Illinois and a faculty member of the Shell Lake Arts Center in Wisconsin ABOUT THE SAXOPHOBIA QUARTET Rob Verdi saxophone received his Music Education Degree in 1984 from Arizona State University in Tempe While in Arizona Mr Verdi was a featuring soloist with the Phoenix Symphony performed in a variety of musical ensembles and enjoyed the challenge of teaching junior high music In 1983 he helped form the Side Street Strutters Jazz Band which went on to become the house jazz band of the Disneyland Resort for 22 years Rob continues to be a regular performer at Disneyland conducts jazz workshops for the Disney Magic Music Days Guest Talent program and participates in a variety of musical ensembles and projects in the Los Angeles area His passion for collecting saxophones has resulted in a collection of over 100 saxophones and an additional 150 rare wind brass and percussion instruments Curtis Brengle piano studied music in the Seattle area culminating in his graduation from the Cornish institute of the Allied Arts He has performed professionally since the age of 18 and has since shared the stage with Tom Scott the Pointer Sisters Sheena Easton Ray Charles Englebert Humperdinck and many others Curtis has also played on various television broadcasts such as Curb your Enthusiasm Las Vegas Providence and the Sag Aftra Awards Mr Brengle now resides in the Los Angeles area as a freelance musician touring teaching and performing Bruce Lett upright bass was

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  • Museum of Making Music - Museum Concerts Highlight the Classical Roots and Structural Evolution of the Saxophone
    Fox as well as standard works for saxophone Liley has four times presented master classes and recitals at the Sichuan Conservatory of Music in Chengdu China and as a faculty member of the Hong Kong International Saxophone Symposium A charter member of the World Saxophone Congress Liley serves on the Comité International de Saxophone He has long been involved with the North American Saxophone Alliance and is a member of the Executive Board serving as Director of Scholarly Publications Named the acknowledged scholar of the saxophone in England and the saxophone encyclopedia in China he is co author of the highly acclaimed book The Cambridge Companion to the Saxophone published by Cambridge University Press author of A Brief History of the World Saxophone Congress and editor of the biography Larry Teal There Will Never Be Another You His most recent book Eugene Rousseau With Casual Brilliance was published in 2011 As a member of the U S Navy Band in Washington DC Liley toured the country and performed for dignitaries at the White House He was awarded the degree of Doctor of Music in Saxophone with Distinction by Indiana University where he studied with the internationally renowned virtuoso Eugene Rousseau Liley has been Guest Professor of Saxophone at Indiana University the University of Minnesota Kansas State University and the University of Iowa He is currently a Professor of Music at Joliet Junior College in Illinois and a faculty member of the Shell Lake Arts Center in Wisconsin ABOUT THE SAXOPHOBIA QUARTET Rob Verdi saxophone received his Music Education Degree in 1984 from Arizona State University in Tempe While in Arizona Mr Verdi was a featuring soloist with the Phoenix Symphony performed in a variety of musical ensembles and enjoyed the challenge of teaching junior high music In 1983 he helped form the Side Street Strutters Jazz Band which went on to become the house jazz band of the Disneyland Resort for 22 years Rob continues to be a regular performer at Disneyland conducts jazz workshops for the Disney Magic Music Days Guest Talent program and participates in a variety of musical ensembles and projects in the Los Angeles area His passion for collecting saxophones has resulted in a collection of over 100 saxophones and an additional 150 rare wind brass and percussion instruments Curtis Brengle piano studied music in the Seattle area culminating in his graduation from the Cornish institute of the Allied Arts He has performed professionally since the age of 18 and has since shared the stage with Tom Scott the Pointer Sisters Sheena Easton Ray Charles Englebert Humperdinck and many others Curtis has also played on various television broadcasts such as Curb your Enthusiasm Las Vegas Providence and the Sag Aftra Awards Mr Brengle now resides in the Los Angeles area as a freelance musician touring teaching and performing Bruce Lett upright bass was born in Evansville Indiana and received his musical training from North Texas State University While at North Texas he participated in a variety

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  • Museum of Making Music - Local Support from Ken Grody Ford Leads to $10,000 Donation to Museum of Making Music
    educational programs so he set out to secure help from Ford Motor Company s regional division which championed the opportunity all the way to the company s headquarters in Michigan Ford Motor Company a longtime supporter of organizations aiding underserved and at risk youth donated 10 000 to the Museum s Title One Fieldtrip program which brings students from low income areas to the Museum for an interactive educational experience Third grade classes at Title One designated schools in the North San Diego County area are now eligible for free bus transportation and tours at the Carlsbad Museum where they will explore the multi faceted history of the American music products industry have the opportunity to get hands on with musical instruments in the Museum s state of the art interactive displays and participate in a drum circle The generous support from Ken Grody Ford and the Ford Motor Company has enabled us to continue to provide access to music to underserved populations and introduce children to the world of music making at a time when many schools are facing budget cuts for the arts said Carolyn Grant executive director at the Museum of Making Music For more information on how to contribute to the Museum of Making Music s Title One Fieldtrip Program please contact 760 438 5996 To learn more about the Museum of Making Music and its educational programs please visit www MuseumofMakingMusic org About the Museum of Making Music Since opening to the public in 2000 the Museum of Making Music has become a cultural destination with interactive and educational programs and exhibits The Museum showcases the evolution of musical instruments from the late 19th century to present day in five galleries and regularly hosts intimate concerts and hands on workshops to introduce the public to

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  • Museum of Making Music - Local Support from Ken Grody Ford Leads to $10,000 Donation to Museum of Making Music
    to the company s headquarters in Michigan Ford Motor Company a longtime supporter of organizations aiding underserved and at risk youth donated 10 000 to the Museum s Title One Fieldtrip program which brings students from low income areas to the Museum for an interactive educational experience Third grade classes at Title One designated schools in the North San Diego County area are now eligible for free bus transportation and tours at the Carlsbad Museum where they will explore the multi faceted history of the American music products industry have the opportunity to get hands on with musical instruments in the Museum s state of the art interactive displays and participate in a drum circle The generous support from Ken Grody Ford and the Ford Motor Company has enabled us to continue to provide access to music to underserved populations and introduce children to the world of music making at a time when many schools are facing budget cuts for the arts said Carolyn Grant executive director at the Museum of Making Music For more information on how to contribute to the Museum of Making Music s Title One Fieldtrip Program please contact 760 438 5996 To learn more about the Museum of Making Music and its educational programs please visit www MuseumofMakingMusic org About the Museum of Making Music Since opening to the public in 2000 the Museum of Making Music has become a cultural destination with interactive and educational programs and exhibits The Museum showcases the evolution of musical instruments from the late 19th century to present day in five galleries and regularly hosts intimate concerts and hands on workshops to introduce the public to the history of American music products The Museum of Making Music is located at 5790 Armada Drive in Carlsbad Calif General admission to

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  • Museum of Making Music - NAMM Foundation's Museum of Making Music Undergoes Significant Renovation
    depicting more than a century of American music products history Now after two months of on site renovations led by Academy Studios of San Francisco Calif Museum visitors are introduced to state of the art interactive musical experiences Breakthrough musical instruments were added to showcase innovations that significantly impacted music making in a given era Modern equivalents of the breakthrough instruments are available for guests to play during their visit The Museum s fifth gallery experienced the most enhancements and now includes nearly 1 100 square feet of cutting edge interactive displays giving visitors a chance to make their own music by picking up instruments and playing with others The Museum is alive now not just with the history of the music industry and the instruments but now it is alive with people playing music said Joe Lamond president and CEO of NAMM and Museum of Making Music advisory board member People will leave this Museum having played music and its going to cement it in their brains how important music is A special exhibition area was also created to house the Museum s temporary exhibitions which allow the Museum to share unique stories throughout the year and give guests new and exciting experiences each time they visit The renovation also included renaming the Museum s retail store after a generous donation by Ruth Charles who owned the original Charles Music Store in Glendale Calif with her late husband Dick Charles Instrument donors and sponsors of the renovation project also include Alternate Mode Beamz Interactive Inc ddrum Deering Banjos Drum Workshop Fender Musical Instruments Corporation Flea Market Music Inc Korg Kurzweil Music Systems Levy s Leathers Making Music Magazine C F Martin Co Inc The Music Link Pickworld Guitar Picks Rees Harps Inc Remo Inc Rickenbacker International Corporation Roland Corporation

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  • Museum of Making Music - NAMM Foundation's Museum of Making Music Undergoes Significant Renovation
    fifth gallery experienced the most enhancements and now includes nearly 1 100 square feet of cutting edge interactive displays giving visitors a chance to make their own music by picking up instruments and playing with others The Museum is alive now not just with the history of the music industry and the instruments but now it is alive with people playing music said Joe Lamond president and CEO of NAMM and Museum of Making Music advisory board member People will leave this Museum having played music and its going to cement it in their brains how important music is A special exhibition area was also created to house the Museum s temporary exhibitions which allow the Museum to share unique stories throughout the year and give guests new and exciting experiences each time they visit The renovation also included renaming the Museum s retail store after a generous donation by Ruth Charles who owned the original Charles Music Store in Glendale Calif with her late husband Dick Charles Instrument donors and sponsors of the renovation project also include Alternate Mode Beamz Interactive Inc ddrum Deering Banjos Drum Workshop Fender Musical Instruments Corporation Flea Market Music Inc Korg Kurzweil Music Systems

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  • Museum of Making Music - Bob Moog Foundation and Museum of Making Music Auction a Moog Synthesizer Signed by Jazz Greats Herbie Hancock and George Duke
    will share proceeds from the auction The Moog story is an important element of our museum said Carolyn Grant executive director of the Museum of Making Music In fact a quote by Bob Moog is prominently displayed in our interactive gallery Music instruments have always from the very beginning of human history used the most advanced technology of their time In our work at the Bob Moog Foundation we ignite the innovative and creative spirit said Michelle Moog Koussa executive director of the Bob Moog Foundation This auction through the incredible instrument groundbreaking artists and wonderful collaborative partnership with the Museum of Making Music encapsulates various facets of Bob Moog s legacy We are proud of this collaboration and grateful to all who have participated The Little Phatty Stage II is a monophonic analog synthesizer manufactured by Moog Music since 2006 It puts the performer in control of 100 analog signal path two Voltage Controlled Oscillators and the Voltage Controlled Filter Other versatile features include external audio input CV and KB gate input full MIDI controller MIDI over USB MIDI Clock Sync an arpeggiator and Tap Tempo The Little Phatty Stage II brings true analog synthesis to contemporary performance and production making it modern music powerhouse George Duke is a highly acclaimed keyboardist synthesist and vocalist who has enjoyed a prolific career as an R B funk jazz and rock musician and as an accomplished composer and producer He has worked with an array of including Jean Luc Ponty Frank Zappa Stanley Clarke Billy Cobham Dianne Reeves George Clinton Anita Baker Miles Davis Denise Williams Jeffery Osborne Regina Belle and others Herbie Hancock is an award winning pianist bandleader and composer who is considered to be a true icon of modern music Throughout his decades long career he has transcended

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  • Museum of Making Music - Bob Moog Foundation and Museum of Making Music Auction a Moog Synthesizer Signed by Jazz Greats Herbie Hancock and George Duke
    Museum of Making Music In fact a quote by Bob Moog is prominently displayed in our interactive gallery Music instruments have always from the very beginning of human history used the most advanced technology of their time In our work at the Bob Moog Foundation we ignite the innovative and creative spirit said Michelle Moog Koussa executive director of the Bob Moog Foundation This auction through the incredible instrument groundbreaking artists and wonderful collaborative partnership with the Museum of Making Music encapsulates various facets of Bob Moog s legacy We are proud of this collaboration and grateful to all who have participated The Little Phatty Stage II is a monophonic analog synthesizer manufactured by Moog Music since 2006 It puts the performer in control of 100 analog signal path two Voltage Controlled Oscillators and the Voltage Controlled Filter Other versatile features include external audio input CV and KB gate input full MIDI controller MIDI over USB MIDI Clock Sync an arpeggiator and Tap Tempo The Little Phatty Stage II brings true analog synthesis to contemporary performance and production making it modern music powerhouse George Duke is a highly acclaimed keyboardist synthesist and vocalist who has enjoyed a prolific career as an R B funk jazz and rock musician and as an accomplished composer and producer He has worked with an array of including Jean Luc Ponty Frank Zappa Stanley Clarke Billy Cobham Dianne Reeves George Clinton Anita Baker Miles Davis Denise Williams Jeffery Osborne Regina Belle and others Herbie Hancock is an award winning pianist bandleader and composer who is considered to be a true icon of modern music Throughout his decades long career he has transcended limitations and genres while still maintaining his unique unmistakable voice Herbie s success at expanding the possibilities of musical thought has placed him

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