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The Modern Saxophonist Podcast hosted by Mark McArthur will bring you interviews of saxophonists making an impact on the world of music. We intend to add value to our listener by also providing educational and inspirational episodes recorded in a conversational style for all levels of enthusiasts. Performers, Composers, Teachers, Students, Recording Artists, and Enthusiasts will all be welcome to share their stories to provoke interesting and impactful conversations.
 
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Need some fresh ideas for running your saxophone studio? Have you ever thought it might be you mindset holding you back? Entrepreneurship is your mission, but you need to find a model to follow after in the world of saxophone. I get the opportunity to speak with Jessica Voigt Page in how she developed her Saxophone Academy of Austin and her new ven…
 
Dr. Brian Kauth comes on the show to discuss his dissertation on composer Roman Palester where he had to follow quite a few rabbit holes to get the vital information to complete the paper. However, I too like Rabbit holes and found an interesting one that involves legend Jean Marie Londiex. We get to say Happy Birthday to his mentor Wildy Zumwalt a…
 
Mark talks with Dr. Nathan Mertens who just finished his Doctoral degree program at University of Texas, Austin and is now off to Japan for a unique opportunity where he will be studying and researching at Kunitachi College of Music with Masato Kumoi. When I saw Nathan's Facebook post about this very rare opportunity I had to ask him to be on the s…
 
Being a saxophonist today means we have frequent run ins with technology these days. Dave Camwell and Mark have a few pointers and some suggested app and hardware suggestions. We cover practice tool applications, video, and audio editing platforms. I learned a ton and I'm sure you will as well. Make sure to share with your saxophone friends and sub…
 
Have you ever dreamed of playing with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and wanted to know what its like to be on stage with some of the finest musicians in the world? Mark gets the opportunity to talk to Dr. J. Michael Holmes who recently toured with CSO throughout Europe. Dr. Holmes is currently the Artist-Teacher of Saxophone and Head of Woodwinds …
 
Mark and Kristen venture into the world of YouTube Live to record this episode. We talk about New York, NY as being such a hub of saxophone activity from the NY office of D'Addaroo. They end up getting into some deep conversation about being a saxophonist today and relevance. You may be inspired by a few suggestions for performing venues and the ov…
 
Ever wonder what to talk about with your instrument repairman or what steps to take when something is a little off? Steven Georges contacted Mark off the challenge to come on the show with this very show idea. Mark of course was glad to take the suggestion and learned quite a few tips and tricks along the way!…
 
Here we go again! Mark is taking a chance on experimenting with a new format by creating a series of solo audio blogs. The point is to both entertain and create a call to action. We talk show numbers and the numerous countries to have downloaded an episode from TMSP. Also, discusses a few things he's learned along the way. Don't forget to join Mark…
 
James Barrera from Long Beach State University in Long Beach, California and Orange County School of the Arts breaks out the Henry Lindeman Method and gives a detailed break down of the benefits of using this technique. Hearing about this air and finger coordination and special care for our relaxed movements is encouraging me to revisit some of my …
 
Good thing we took a break after part 1 because we completely lost track of time and had a blast talking about saxophone. We might have gotten a little carried away, but you are sure to be both entertained and encouraged. Dr. Henning Schroeder is the baritone saxophonist in the Capitol Quartet and also on faculty at Ohio Northern University. Thanks…
 
Dr. Henning Schroeder, baritone saxophonist of the Capitol Quartet, sits down with Mark McArthur for a 2 part conversation. Sax Day, Midwest, Navy Band Clinic, Germany, and PINK HEADPHONES find a way into the conversation. Have some laughs and enjoy the ride! Thanks for listening and please share!
 
WARNING! You may need to sit down for this one as the enthusiasm in this conversation may seriously launch you. Dr. Jonathan Nichol and Mark McArthur sit down for a spirited conversation covering so many inspiring ways to think about saxophone study and performance. He announces the summer camp he will be doing with the H2 quartet at University of …
 
Mark McArthur sits down with John Seaton who is the Band Director at Las Vegas Academy and Andrew Austin who is the writer of the Ye' Olde Music Major Blog to talk about one of our favorite subjects, Solo and Ensemble Festival for middle school and high school students. We have a few war stories, tips for success, and encouragements for anyone who …
 
Eric Bradley sits down with saxophone soloist and Army Band Saxophonist Chris Condon. This episode covers Chris' new album titled Pieces and how crowd funding can be used effectively to deliver a stunning final product. Please share and encourage your friends to check out this episode and of course Chris Condon's new album.…
 
Dr. Andrew Allen joins Mark for a fun conversation covering his time spent studying this summer at Gap, France with some of the worlds best. Mark is heading to Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic to perform with the Desert Winds from Las Vegas, but he hits a snag along the way. Listen and find out the unbelievable violence that ensues. Much appreciat…
 
Mark is joined in this episode by Zachery Shemon of the PRISM Saxophone Quartet and Professor of Saxophone at University of Missouri Kansas City. We talk about his recent performance of historical importance of the Glazunov Concerto for Alto Saxophone with Sioux City Symphony Orchestra playing on the exact old Martin saxophone Cecil Leeson used to …
 
Mark McArthur interviews Dr. Mike Keepe from The University of Arizona about his research into one of the most legendary and influential early American saxophone quartets, the Hollywood Saxophone Quartet. He shares some of the experiences researching the members, Russell Cheever, Jack Dumont, Morris Crawford, and William Ulyate. Almost no informati…
 
Mark and Eric had the amazing opportunity to sit down with Sal Lozano! From performing for shows like Dancing With the Stars and the Emmys to his Grammy Award winning work with the Big Phat Band and his own CD release, Sal talks about all of that and more. Don’t miss this interview with one of the greats!…
 
Dave Camwell sits down with Mark and Eric for a candid interview covering topics such as the Oasis Quartet, Jazz and classical background, family life as a musician, and of course... hockey! Yes, that's right there is life outside music. We also talk about Dave's recent blog post and his insights about being a studying musician. Enjoy getting a cha…
 
Dr. Andrew Allen shares an encouragement for us to step into commissioning new literature. Whether you commission a friend or write grants for well known composers, this episode will help you get started in creating new works for the saxophone community. Love this quote Dr. Allen states in this episode "If it sounds good, it is good" -Duke Ellingto…
 
Dr. Andrew Allen from Midwestern State University shares his research about the saxophone ensemble. From our founder Adolphe Sax to John Phillip Sousa, Sigurd Rascher, and the mordern ensembles today, the saxophone ensemble is a major part of promoting and demonstrating the saxophone. Enjoy this journey through our instrument's history I believe is…
 
Dr. Noah Getz's masterclass covers the important topic of voicing and gives some tips for exploring into the altissimo. This is an excerpt out of his book Stratosphere which provides explanations and etudes for work in the alitssimo range. The Rascher Top Tones and Sinta Voicing Books are also referenced and can be an important addition to your lib…
 
Step into the void with Dr. Noah Getz in this guest spot with Mark and Eric. We cover Noah's influences and work with Paul Cohen at Oberlin and Manhatten School of Music along with his studies at Florida State University with Dr. Patrick Meighan where he received his Doctorate. Noah shares his devotion to his dissertation topic the Brant Concerto, …
 
Mark and Eric ask the age old question, "Does Marching Band help to improve you as a musician?". These guys have plenty of experience both participating and teaching marching band. They will have a few laughs and shed light on a few topics that might help you not only survive marching season, but come out on the other end ready for the next season!…
 
What is this episode about? The proverbial “Elephant in the Room” is defined as a “question, solution, or controversial issue which is obvious to everyone who knows about the situation, but which is deliberately ignored because to do otherwise would cause great embarrassment, or trigger arguments or is simply taboo. The idiom can imply a value judg…
 
Programming is such a vital part of being a performing musician. Jon Wintringham brings his vast experience and enthusiasm for program construction into this important masterclass. WARNING! The information here may just enhance your willingness to prepare a well thought out music program for your audience. We hope you are encouraged by this episode…
 
Mark & Eric share some thoughts on making sure you're ready for the beginning of school. This checklist has some simple things, but if you haven't thought of them they might help you save a lot of time later when performance counts. Check out our facebook group The Modern Saxophonist Community where we will post a written version of the check list …
 
Jonathan Wintringham joins Mark McArthur and Eric Bradley to talk about his recent travels to Japan and China for recitals and masterclasses. Hear how Japan has influenced Jon though his studies and further concertizing while China is opening up their doors to learning saxophone with open arms. We also discuss programming decisions and how his stud…
 
Dr. Rhonda Taylor shares some wisdom on establishing a system for learning a new work in three short steps. I. Do Your Homework II. Analyze III. Listen. Host Mark McArthur also adds some insights in a conversation that may just end up saving you some time in your practice room. Please remember to check out our website at www.themodernsaxophonist.co…
 
Necropolis is the name of Dr. Rhonda Taylor's new CD. Your host Mark McArthur interviews Rhonda about hte unique concept of the titles and process in which this CD came about. When most think of improvised music they think jazz, but Dr. Taylor has some "haunting" information for the creation of the interesting sounds found on these tracks. Rhonda w…
 
Mark McArthur interviews Dr. Rhonda Taylor, College Assistant Professor of Saxophone and Music Theory at New Mexico State University. During this episode Mark and Rhonda cover their experience at University of Arizona, saxophone influences, Influential composers and a few interesting tangents all leading up to the purpose revealed in the next episo…
 
Brian Lambert and Connor O'Toole appear on the first guest spot for The Modern Saxophonist Podcast hosted by Mark McArthur and Eric Bradley. We ask them about their experience at Las Vegas Academy, Preparing for College Auditions and what the future holds for both. Both Brian and Connor have been students of Mark and we hope you enjoy hearing about…
 
Our host Mark McArthur shares a core teaching value of the 3 I-T's. In-Tune, In-Tone, and In-Time. Eric Bradley, Connor O'Toole and Brian Lambert chime in to provide personal insight into these values that we are sure will become something to help you on your journey as a saxophonist. For more information email themodernsaxophonist@gmail.com or vis…
 
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