Monthly Archives: March 2009

Lukas Bratcher: assistive technology euphonium

Edutopia, the website for the George Lucas Educational Foundation has a remarkable and inspirational video of Lukas Bratcher who plays euphonium with assistive technology. I hope we continue to help people follow their dreams regardless of any physical limitations. Please … Continue reading

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Great Plains Regional Tuba Euphonium Conference

Last week, my students and I attended the Great Plains Regional Tuba Euphonium Conference (GPRTEC) at Kansas State University in Manhatten, Kansas. Collegium Tubum presented a concert of arrangements – some by our own students – and played better than … Continue reading

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YouTube Symphony Orchestra

You Tube announced today the winners of their Symphony Orchestra audition. (Click on Winners, then on the instrument/sections to view the videos of the winners) Congratulations to Andy Chester, who studies with Floyd Cooley at DePaul University in Chicago. We … Continue reading

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