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NOYO Knowledge Virtual Q&A Sessions

June 28 from 4:00pm - 4:45pm  

These informative livestreamed talks will touch on topics of interest to all young musicians. They're free and open to the public, and can be streamed wherever you are! Listen in and ask our expert panelists any questions you may have.

You can join on a computer or mobile device by following this link. No login is required. Alternately, check it out on our Facebook page!

Sunday April 5th, 4pm: Dr. David Pope, Collegiate Music Study

Sunday April 12th, 4pm: Off for Easter Observance

Sunday April 19th, 4pm: Dr. Jessica Narum, Collegiate Music Study

Sunday April 26th: Dan Vedda, Instrument Maintenance & Care

Sunday May 3rd: J Holzen, Preparing for a String Audition

Sunday May 10th: Alec Rich, Preparing for a Wind/Brass Audition

Sunday May 17th: Liam Smith, Diversity in Skill & Style Within the Current Musical Landscape

Sunday May 24th: Marie Schubert, Double-major degrees, scholarships, International Baccalaureate (IB) programs

Sunday May 31st: Gavin Van Winkle-Bright, Jazz Bass vs. Orchestral Bass: Similar or Different?

Sunday June 7th: Dr. Antoine T. Clark, Preparing for a Woodwind Audition

Sunday June 14th: Matt Gerhardinger, Preparing for a Percussion Audition

Sunday June 21st: Alec Schumann, Open View: Styles, Diversity & the Importance of Formal Training for the Professional Percussionist

Sunday June 28th: Dr. Sarah Frisof, topic TBD

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