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The nominating committee for the election of officers and board members of the International Trumpet Guild is soliciting recommendations from the membership for a Vice President/President-Elect and a Secretary to serve 2017-2019 and for board members to serve 2017-2021. Please send proposals for nominations by November 15, 2016, to:
Cathy Leach, ITG Vice President/President-Elect
1430 Brookmeade Ave
Maryville, TN 37804
Self-nominations are welcome. Please include a concise bio and confirm with any nominee that he or she would be willing to serve if nominated and elected. After the nominating committee (comprised of Vice President, one board member and three members at large) develops the final slate of nominees, ballots will be mailed to all eligible members of ITG. Voting will occur by paper ballot or online between March 15 and April 15, 2017. A returning officer will form an election team to count the ballots within thirty (30) days after the deadline for their return, and the membership will then be notified of the election results.MORE
San Luis Obispo County Trumpet Alliance formed on California’s Central Coast
Early in 2012 the San Luis Obispo County Trumpet Alliance was formed in California.
The gathering is the result of the collaborative efforts of Warren Balfour, Danny Beher, and Lyle Stubson, who wanted to promote trumpet chamber music in San Luis Obispo County. Danny Beher (Otter Music Publishing Co.) and Warren Balfour, who played in the University of Northern Colorado Trumpet Ensemble under the direction of William Pfund, both donated music to the group. The group’s library now contains over 75 musical works for trumpet ensemble.
The ensemble’s inaugural performance was held at the historic Kind David's Masonic Hall(1913) in San Luis Obispo in collaboration with the San Luis Obispo County Band. The performance included music by Ewazen, Olcott, Arnold, Uber, Lo Presti, Susato, and Purcell. Members of the group, which rehearses monthly and performs at local events and concerts, are local musicians who are educators, business professionals, and retirees.
Source: Warren Balfour