III.  A p p e n d i c e s
Appendices Contents:
Appendix A: Officers of ITG Appendix G: Carmine Caruso Winners Appendix M:  ITG Affliate Chapters
Appendix B: Duties of the Officers Appendix H: Ellsworth Smith Winners
Appendix N: Euro-ITG
Appendix C: Standing Committees Appendix I: ITG Awards
Appendix O: Annual Meeting Minutes
Appendix D: ITG Journal Ad Rates and Procedures Appendix J: Project Grant Application
Appendix P: Privacy Statement
Appendix E: ITG Conf. Competition Winners Appendix K: ITG Research Library Appendix Q: Discrimination/
Appendix F: Composition Comp. Winners Appendix L: ITG Archives
harrassment policies

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Officers of the International Trumpet Guild

Section 1. Listing by Term

Interim Steering Committee (1974-75)
Charles Gorham and Robert Nagel co-chairs; Ward Cole, David Hickman, Robert Levy, Carole Reinhart, Thomas Stevens

1975-77 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT       
Lloyd Geisler     
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Clifford Lillya    
 
SECRETARY      
David Baldwin  
 
TREASURER      
Gordon Mathie 
 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bud Brisbois       
Ward Cole           
Charles Colin     
Charles Gorham
David R. Hickman
Robert Levy        
Robert Nagel      
Carole Reinhart
Susan Slaughter
Don R. Smithers
Thomas Stevens
Roger Voisin       
1977-79 Officers   •                
 
PRESIDENT       
David R. Hickman
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Edward H. Tarr
 
SECRETARY      
Donald Bullock 
 
TREASURER      
Gordon Mathie

PAST PRESIDENT
Lloyd Geisler
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Baldwin  
Charles Colin     
Louis Davidson
Timofei Dokshizer
Bernie Glow        
Charles Gorham                 
Knud Hovaldt   
Clifford Lillya    
Robert Nagel      
Carole Reinhart
Susan Slaughter
Don L. Smithers                 
Roger Voisin           
1979-81 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Donald R. Whitaker
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Raymond Crisara
 
SECRETARY
Donald Bullock
 
TREASURER
Gordon Mathie

PAST PRESIDENT
David R. Hickman

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Baldwin
Vincent Cichowicz
Louis Davidson
Allan Dean
Timofei Dokshizer
Stephen Glover
Bernie Glow
Charles Gorham
Joyce Johnson-Hamilton
Knud Hovaldt
Clifford Lillya
Robert Nagel
Renold Schilke

1981-83 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT       
Charles H. Gorham
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Gordon W. Mathie
 
SECRETARY      
Stephen G. Jones
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff

PAST PRESIDENT
Donald R. Whitaker
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Richard Burkart
Stephen Chenette
Vincent Chichowitz
Allan Dean          
Vincent DiMartino
Timophei Dokshizer
Bengt Eklund     
Lloyd Geisler     
Stephen Glover 
Joyce Johnson-Hamilton
Anthony Plog    
Renold Schilke  
Charles Schlueter
1983-85 Officers  •            
 
PRESIDENT       
Donald P. Bullock 
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Gordon W. Mathie
 
SECRETARY      
Stephen G. Jones     
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff           

PAST PRESIDENT
Charles J. Gorham
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Richard Burkart
Leonard Candelaria
Stephen Chenette               
Vincent DiMartino
Timofei Dokshizer
Bengt Eklund     
Lloyd Geisler     
Armando Ghitalla
Anthony Plog    
Ray Sasaki           
Charles Schlueter               
Bobby Shew        
Donald Tison     
Michael Tunnell
1985-87 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Richard Burkart
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Gordon W. Mathie
 
SECRETARY
Stephen G. Jones
 
TREASURER
Bryan Goff

PAST PRESIDENT
Donald P. Bullock

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Leonard Candelaria
Allen Dean
Timofei Dokshizer
Armando Ghitalla
David Hickman
Keith Johnson
Anthony Plog
Ray Sasaki
Charles Schlueter
Bobby Shew
Donald Tison
Guy Touvron
Michael Tunnell

1987-89 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT       
Vincent DiMartino
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Richard Burkart
 
SECRETARY      
Stephen Chenette
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff

PAST PRESIDENT
Richard Burkart
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bernard Adelstein
Allen Dean          
Timofei Dokshizer
Richard Giangiulio
David Hickman
Keith Johnson    
Manny Laureano
David Monette  
Anthony Plog    
John Ridgeon     
Charles Schlueter
Edward Tarr       
Guy Touvron     
Michael Tunnell
1989-91 Officers  •               
 
PRESIDENT       
Stephen G. Jones     
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Richard Burkart
 
SECRETARY      
Stephen Chenette
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff

PAST PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bernard Adelstein
David Baldwin  
Timofei Dokshizer
D. Kim Dunnick                
Richard Giangiulio
Manny Laureano
Gordon Mathie 
David Monette  
Gerhard Meinl  
Geoff Payne        
John Ridgeon     
Ray Sasaki           
Terry Sawchuk  
Marvin Stamm  
Edward Tarr       
Michael Tunnell
1991-93 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Stephen G. Jones
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino
 
SECRETARY
James Olcott
 
TREASURER
Bryan Goff

PAST PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino 
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Baldwin
Stephen Chenette
Timofei Dokshizer
D. Kim Dunnick
Anne Hardin
Emerson Head
Cathy Leach
Gordon Mathie
Gerhard Meinl
Geoff Payne
William Pfund
Jeffrey Piper
Ray Sasaki
Terry Sawchuk
Marvin Stamm
Crispian Steele-Perkins
Edward Tarr
 

1993-95 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT       
Leonard Candelaria
 
VICE PRESIDENT
William Pfund   
 
SECRETARY      
James Olcott       
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff           

PAST PRESIDENT
Stephen Jones
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Baldwin  
Richard Burkart
Stephen Chenette
Joyce Davis         
Vincent DiMartino
Timofei Dokshizer
Armando Ghitalla
Anne Hardin      
Emerson Head  
Cathy Leach        
Gordon Mathie 
Jeffrey Piper        
Susan Slaughter
Chrispian Steele-Perkins
Kenji Tamiya      
Edward Tarr       
Yeh Shu-Han 
1995-97 Officers  •                 
PRESIDENT       
Joyce Davis         
 
VICE PRESIDENT       
Kim Dunnick     
 
SECRETARY      
James Olcott       
 
TREASURER      
Bryan Goff           

PAST PRESIDENT
Leonard Candelaria

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
David Baldwin  
Richard Burkart
Frank Campos   
Stephen Chenette                 
Vincent DiMartino            
Timofei Dokshizer             
Armando Ghitalla
Anne Hardin      
Keith Johnson    
Stephen Jones    
John Kellaway   
Grodon Mathie 
William Pfund   
Susan Slaughter
Kenji Tamiya      
John Wallace      
Yeh Shu-Han 
1997-99 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
D. Kim Dunnick
 
VICE PRESIDENT
James Olcott
 
SECRETARY
Jeffrey Piper
 
TREASURER
David Jones (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
Joyce Davis

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
Frank Campos
Leonard Candelaria
Stephen Chenette
Timofei Dokshizer
Laurie Frink
Amy Gilreath
Brian Goff
Anne Hardin
Keith Johnson
Stephen Jones
Frank Kaderabek
John Kellaway
William Pfund
Anatoly Selianin
Arthur Vanderhoeft
John Wallace

1999-2001 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
James Olcott
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino
 
SECRETARY
Jeffrey Piper
 
TREASURER
David Jones (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
D. Kim Dunnick

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
Michael Caldwell
Frank Campos
Leonard Candelaria
Stephen Chenette
Joyce Davis
Timofei Dokshizer
Jon Faddis
Laurie Frink
Amy Gilreath
Brian Goff
Frank Kaderabek
William Pfund
Anatoly Selianin
Alan Siebert
Nailson Simões
Arthur Vanderhoeft
John Wallace
 
2001-03 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Stephen Chenette
 
SECRETARY
Jeffrey Piper
 
TREASURER
David Jones (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
James Olcott

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
Frank Campos
Leonard Candelaria
Joyce Davis
Timofei Dokshizer
D. Kim Dunnick
Kevin Eisensmith (appointed)
Brian Evans
Jon Faddis
Laurie Frink
Frank Kaderabek
Gary Mortenson
William Pfund
Anatoly Selianin
Alan Siebert
Karl Sievers
Michael Tunnell
Arthur Vanderhoeft
John Wallace
2003-05 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Stephen Chenette
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Jeffrey Piper
 
SECRETARY
Kevin Eisensmith
 
TREASURER
David Jones (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
Vincent DiMartino

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
Frank Campos
Leonard Candelaria
Joyce Davis
Timofei Dokshizer
D. Kim Dunnick
Brian Evans
Laurie Frink
Murray Greig
Vera Hørven
Frank Kaderabek
Gary Mortenson
James Olcott
William Pfund
Anatoly Selianin
Roger Sherman
Karl Sievers
Michael Tunnell
Arthur Vanderhoeft

2005-07 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Jeffrey Piper
 
VICE PRESIDENT
William Pfund
 
SECRETARY
Kevin Eisensmith

TREASURER
David Jones (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
Stephen Chenette
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
Frank Campos
Dai Zhonghui
Joyce Davis
D. Kim Dunnick
Brian Evans
Laurie Frink
Murray Greig
Pat Harbison
Frank Kaderabek
Cathy Leach
Gary Mortenson
James Olcott
Vera H. Olcott
Anatoly Selianin
Alan Siebert
Roger Sherman
Michael Tunnell
Neville Young
2007-09 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
William Pfund
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Kevin Eisensmith
 
SECRETARY
Brian Evans

ITG ACCOUNTANT
Dixie Burress (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
Jeffrey Piper

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Michael Anderson
David Baldwin
Stephen Chenette
Dai Zhonghui
D. Kim Dunnick
Laurie Frink
Murray Greig
Pat Harbison
Anne Hardin
Frank Kaderabek
Cathy Leach
Gary Mortenson
James Olcott
Vera H. Olcott
Judith Saxton
Anatoly Selianin
Alan Siebert
Michael Tunnell
Neville Young
2009-11 Officers  •
 
PRESIDENT
Kevin Eisensmith
 
VICE PRESIDENT
D. Kim Dunnick
 
SECRETARY
Brian Evans

TREASURER
Dixie Burress (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
William Pfund

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
James Ackley
Michael Anderson
David Baldwin
Joseph Bowman
Stephen Chenette
Dai Zhonghui
Luis Engelke
Murray Greig
Anne Hardin
Keith Johnson
Cathy Leach
Gary Mortenson
James Olcott
Vera H. Olcott
Grant Peters
Jeff Piper
Judith Saxton
Alan Siebert
Neville Young

2011-13 Officers  •

PRESIDENT
D. Kim Dunnick

VICE PRESIDENT
Alan Siebert

SECRETARY
Jeff Piper

TREASURER
Dixie Burress (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
Kevin Eisensmith

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
James Ackley
Michael Anderson
Eric Berlin
Joseph Bowman
Dai Zhonghui
Luis Engelke
Tina Erickson
Brian Evans
Langston Fitzgerald, III
Keith Johnson
Vladislav Lavrik
Gary Mortenson
James Olcott
Amanda Pepping
Grant Peters
William Pfund
Judith Saxton
Neville Young
2013-15 Officers  •

PRESIDENT
Alan Siebert

VICE PRESIDENT
Brian Evans

SECRETARY
John Irish

TREASURER
Dixie Burress (appointed)

PAST PRESIDENT
D. Kim Dunnick

BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Eric Belin
Joseph Bowman
Jean-Christophe Dobrzelewski
Tina Erickson
Langston Fitzgerald III
Amy Gilreath
Vladislav Lavrik
Cathy Leach
James Olcott
Amanda Pepping
Grant Peters
William Pfund
Judith Saxton
William Stowman
Andrea Tofanelli
Eisuke Yamamoto

Section 2. Listing by Individual Service

Board of Directors
President
James Ackley
Bernard Adelstein
Michael Anderson
David Baldwin
Eric Berlin
Joseph Bowman
J.C Dobrzelewski
Bud Brisbois
Richard Burkart
Michael Caldwell
Frank Campos
Leonard Candelaria
Michael Chapple
Stephen Chenette
Vincent Cichowicz
Ward Cole
Charles Colin
Dai Zhonghui
Louis Davidson
Joyce Davis
Allan Dean
Vincent DiMartino 
Timofei Dokshizer
D. Kim Dunnick
Kevin Eisensmith
Bengt Eklund
Luis Engelke
Tina Erickson
Brian Evans
Jon Faddis
Langston Fitzgerald, III
Laurie Frink
Lloyd Geisler 
Armando Ghitalla
Richard Giangiulio
Amy Gilreath  
Stephen Glover
Bernie Glow
Bryan Goff        
Charles Gorham
Murray Greig
Pat Harbison
Anne Hardin 
Emerson Head
David Hickman
Knud Hovaldt
Vera Hørven Olcott
Joyce Johnson-Hamilton
Keith Johnson 
Stephen Jones
Frank Kaderabek
Manny Laureano
Vladislav Lavrik
Cathy Leach
Robert Levy
Clifford Lillya
John Kellaway
Gordon Mathie
Gerhard Meinl
David Monette
Gary Mortenson
Robert Nagel
James Olcott
Geoff Payne
Amanda Pepping
Grant Peters
William Pfund
Anthony Plog
Jeffrey Piper
Carole Reinhart
John Ridgeon
Ray Sasaki           
Terry Sawchuk
Judith Saxton
Reynold Schilke
Charles Schlueter
Anatoly Selianin
Roger Sherman
Bobby Shew
Alan Siebert
Nailson Simões
Karl Sievers
Susan Slaughter
Don Smithers
Marvin Stamm
Tom Stevens
William Stowman
Edward Tarr
Donald Tison
Andrea Tofanelli
Guy Touvron
Michael Tunnell
Arthur Vanderhoeft
Roger Voisin
John Wallace
Yeh Shu-Han
Eisuke Yamamoto
Neville Young
2009-13
1987-91
1997-(ongoing)**
1977-81; 89-97; 07-11
2011-15
2009-13
2013-17
1975-77*
1981-85; 93-97
1999-2001**
1995-2007
1983-87; 1997-2005
2010-11
1981-85; 91-01; 07-11
1979-83
1975-77*
1975-79
2007-13
1977-81
1993-2005
1979-83; 85-89
1981-85; 93-97
1977-05 (Lifetime)
1989-93; 01-09
2001-03
1981-85
2009-13
2011-13
2001-07; 11-15
1999-2003
2009-13
1997-2009
1981-85
1983-87; 93-97
1987-91
1997-01; 13-17
1979-83
1977-81
1997-2001
1975-81*
2003-11
2005-09
1991-99; 07-11
1991-95
1975-77*; 85-89
1977-81
2003-10
1979-83
1985-89; 95-99; 09-13
1995-99
1997-2009
1987-91
2011-15
1991-95; 2007-15
1975-77*
1977-81
1995-99
1987-91; 93-97
1989-93
1987-91
2001-(ongoing)**
1975-81*
2003-15
1989-93
2011-15
2009-17
1991-93; 95-05; 11-15
1981-89
1991-95; 09-13
1977-79
1987-91
1983-87; 89-93
1989-93
2007-15
Lifetime
1981-89
1997-2009
2003-07
1983-87
1999-2003; 05-013
1999-2001
2001-05
1981-89; 93-97
1975-79
1987-91
1975-77*
2013-17
1987-95
2011 (appointed)
1983-87
1985-89
1983-91; 01-09
   1997-05
1975-79
1995-2001
1993-97
2013 (appointed)
2005-13

Lloyd Geisler
David Hickman
Don Whitaker
Charles Gorham
Donald Bullock
Richard Burkart
Vincent DiMartino
Stephen G. Jones
Leonard Candelaria
Joyce Davis
D. Kim Dunnick
James Olcott
Vincent DiMartino
Stephen Chenette
Jeffrey Piper
William Pfund
Kevin Eisensmith
D.Kim Dunnick
Alan Seibert
1975-77
1977-79
1979-81
1981-83
1983-85
1985-87
1987-89
1989-93
1993-95
1995-97
1997-99
1999-2001
2001-03
2003-05
2005-07
2007-09
2009-11
2011-13
2013-15
Vice President

Clifford Lillya
Edward Tarr
Ray Crisara
Gordon Mathie
Richard Burkart
Vincent DiMartino
William Pfund
D. Kim Dunnick
James Olcott
Vincent DiMartino
Stephen Chenette
Jeffrey Piper
William Pfund
Kevin Eisensmith
D. Kim Dunnick
Alan Siebert
Brian Evans


1975-77
1977-79
1979-81
1981-87
1987-91
1991-93
1993-95
1995-97
1997-99
1999-01
2001-03
2003-05
2005-07
2007-09
2009-11
2011-13
2013-15
Secretary

David Baldwin
Donald Bullock
Stephen Jones
Stephen Chenette
James Olcott
Jeffrey Piper
Kevin Eisensmith
Brian Evans
Jeff Piper
John Irish


1975-77
1977-81
1981-87
1987-91
1991-97
1997-03
2003-07
2007-11
2011-13
3013-15

Treasurer

Gordon Mathie
Bryan Goff
David Jones
Dixie Burress
Se c

1975-81
1981-97
1997-2007
2009-
* Denotes members of the board who served two-year terms
** Members of the Board by virtue of either Web Site Director or Publications Editor


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Duties of the Officer and Board of Directors

Section 1. President (See also Bylaws Article II Section 1)

The presidential term shall be two years. The President shall preside at all meetings of the Guild and the Board of Directors, although the Vice President may preside in the absence of the President. The President shall sign, with the Secretary of the Guild, all written contracts on behalf of the Guild, and does so only upon the approval of the Officers with specific consent, as necessary, from the General Counsel.  He/she shall appoint and terminate appointments of chairpersons and committee members as necessary, in consultation with the other Officers, to maintain peak efficiency in ITG positions. The President shall have the same voting power as any other officer or members of the Board of Directors.

The ITG President serves as the main impetus, expediter, and negotiator in pursuing ITG projects. He/she is the primary motivator of committee chair-persons and the primary initiator of new ITG projects. The President must maintain frequent communications with the other officers and the committee chairs. Under no circumstances shall the President decide without the approval of the Officers and Board of Directors such important matters as locations of annual conferences, major projects or commissions, selections of the Treasurer, Publications Editor,Web Site Director, appointment of any honorary life Board member, dues increase, honorary awards, etc.

The President is an ex-officio member of each Conference Planning Committee and shall be appraised of progress on planning for each conference through, at a minimum, semi-annual reports from conference hosts. The President may also call for additional reports as each conference nears.

The President shall keep the general membership informed of important Guild activities through a short column in each ITG Journal. The President should also send periodic Progress Reports to the Officers and Board of Directors relaying administrative actions and developments.

The President shall seek approval of important activities from the Officers and Board members.  As his advisors, the other officers, board members, and Past Presidents may be consulted whenever needed.

All former Presidents shall receive a waiver of their membership dues, making them lifetime members of the ITG. It should be noted that extensive service to the ITG is expected even long after the President's term has expired.

Section 2. Vice-President/Vice President-Elect (See also Bylaws Article II Section 2)

The term of office for the Vice-President is two years. Immediately following, the Vice-President succeeds the previous President, and holds the office of President for an additional period of two years.

The Vice-President shall act in the absence of the President and shall have equal voting power with the other officers and board members.

The chief duty of the Vice-President is to promote membership, both in areas where the ITG is well established and in other countries around the world, as well.

Because of the Vice-President's official status, he/she may frequently be prevailed upon by the ITG President to chair or otherwise serve on committees that may require an informed disposition.

Section 3. Secretary (See also Bylaws Article II Section 3)

The term of office of the Secretary is two years. The Secretary shall record minutes of meetings of the Officers and Board of Directors, and of other ITG meetings, as required.  These minutes are prepared for publication in the ITG Journal. In the absence of the Secretary, the President shall appoint someone else to serve, as necessary, pending approval of the Officers and Board of Directors.

At least three months prior to the last ITG Conference of the elected term, the Secretary shall print and mail election ballots of Officers and Board of Directors to all members of ITG.  Ballots shall be tabulated and each candidate shall be notified of election results. The Secretary shall then invite newly elected Officers and Board members to attend the Conference prior to their term of office. (Only the waiver of conference registration fees will be provided at this conference for officers and board members-elect. Room and board shall be personal responsibilities.)

As needed or at the request of the ITG President, the Secretary shall update and revise the ITG Handbook. It is anticipated that this revision will occur approximately every five to eight years, but only as needed.

Other duties of the Secretary include corresponding with members on business relating to membership and to the Officers and Board, and special mailings. Additional activities of the Secretary may include running polls (as part of the biennial ballots) to sample membership concerns and wishes.  The Secretary often may operate as a catalyst in making proposals of projects, and assisting others in their proposal efforts.

The Secretary may be allowed to hire employees to assist with the duties of the Secretary office

Because of the Secretary's official status, he/she may frequently be prevailed upon by the ITG President to chair or otherwise serve on committees that require an informed disposition.

Section 4. Treasurer (See also Bylaws Article II Section 4)

The Treasurer is the only officer who is appointed rather than elected. The Treasurer is chosen by consensus of the Executive Committee and appointed by the President. The Treasurer has two broad primary responsibilities: (1) assuring the financial health of the organization and (2) assuring that membership data are accurately recorded, maintained and utilized to further the Guild’s mission statement. To this end, the Treasurer shall create, revise and maintain a book of procedures for the various tasks required in the operation of the Treasurer’s Office. The Treasurer may be allowed to hire employees as needed to assist with the duties of the Treasurer’s office.

The Treasurer shall serve as a member of the Finance Committee, but shall not be its Coordinator. The other members of the committee are appointed by the President.

To assure the financial health of ITG, the Treasurer is responsible for establishing all necessary checking, savings, and investment accounts. After each election, the Treasurer shall ask the new President for his signature on the necessary Bank Account Cards to insure smooth operation in the event of the Treasurer's inability to function in his official capacity. When checks are printed they shall be printed with the notation “over $7,500 requires 2 signatures” on the lower right hand side under the word “Dollars.” Any such checks shall be signed by both the Treasurer and President or his/her designate. In addition, wire transfers over $7,500 shall be approved through an email by the President or his designate.

The Treasurer is responsible for receiving and disbursing funds of the Guild and shall keep accurate and complete records of all receipts and disbursements. In order to disburse funds, the Treasurer must receive a statement or invoice for his/her files.  Also, any ITG checks written to the Treasurer for reimbursement must be signed by the President or Past President.

The Treasurer shall prepare and present written financial reports to the Executive Committee and Board of Directors at their annual meetings and shall include such detail as may be requested by the two groups. In addition to showing results of the current year to date the report to the Board of Directors shall include the projected budgets for the following year. The final budget for the following year must be approved by the Board. Annually, the Treasurer shall have the ITG financial records audited professionally, and shall make a written Financial Report (Form 990 and/or other required documents) to the Internal Revenue Service before the required date of our fiscal year.  In addition, a financial summary shall be published annually in the ITG Journal.

In consultation with the Finance Committee, the Treasurer shall oversee ITG’s investments and shall choose investment vehicles based on the SLY system, i.e., the Safety of the investment (minimize the potential to lose value), the Liquidity (ensuring that the funds will be available in an emergency) and Yield (the rate of return), in that order.

To fulfill the responsibilities related to membership, the Treasurer shall enroll and register all new and renewing members by name, address, and status (regular, student, senior, or library). New members shall be sent a welcoming letter either by email or regular post, to confirm membership, and to inform the new member of the benefits of membership in ITG, including the ITG website address and other current information that would be of interest to new members. In addition, the Treasurer shall send the names of all new members to the mailing house so that they are sent the ITG Journal(s) for the current membership year. Periodically, as requested by the Editor, the Treasurer shall provide a list of new members for publication in the Journal.

The Treasurer shall print and mail annual dues notices to all ITG members no later than the first week of June of each year. Printing and mailing may be accomplished through a mailing service if such service is more efficient and/or cost effective. Mailings to non-USA members may be handled through a mail service such of Johnson & Haywood or DHL if such service provides a more timely and cost effective service than the regular US Postal Service. The Treasurer shall also mail periodic "dues overdue" notices.

Following the mailing of the June issue of the Journal the Treasurer shall consult with the Editor and Advertising Manager to determine the maximum number of Journals to be printed for the following year. This number shall be communicated to the printer for the purpose of ordering cover stock and glossy paper for the color ad section. All Journal covers and the color advertising section for the next volume year shall be gang printed, usually during August. As the inside (black and white) section of each issue is ready for the printer, the Treasurer shall communicate any changes in quantity to the printer along with the delivery information. Then when each issue is delivered to the mailing house, the Treasurer shall prepare the list of member addresses and submit it to the mailer along with special instructions for handling any items such as sheet music or the Membership Directory that will be mailed with the Journal.

The Treasurer may also periodically prepare and send a Request for Quotation (RFQ) to selected printers to insure that ITG is receiving the best possible price and service in the printing of the Journal. In the event that a change in printer is necessitated the Treasurer shall prepare and issue a formal RFQ to potential printers, evaluate the returned quotes and in consultation with the Editor, Advertising Manager and Pre-Press/Layout Manager, recommend a new printer to the Board of Directors.

The Treasurer shall set the annual rates for advertising in the ITG Journal in consultation with the Journal Editor and Advertising Manager, including any special rates for single insertions of multiple ad pages. In addition, the Treasurer shall receive the invoices for advertisements in each issue of the Journal and Membership Directory from the Advertising Manager and shall print and mail the invoices along with a copy of the Journal for checking.

The stock of past issues of ITG publications shall be held by the treasurer, and he/she shall fill orders for the same.

The Treasurer and/or the Membership Development Coordinator shall maintain the ITG membership list on the ITG computer which was purchased for his/her office.  The sale rental of the International Trumpet Guild mailing list shall be administered by the Treasurer. 

The Treasurer shall assemble data for the annual Membership Directory using the current membership list as of December 31. The data shall be sent to the ITG Layout Manager for preparation of the Directory.

The Treasurer shall work closely with the Membership Development Coordinators in developing and maintaining a list of potential ITG members. Together they are responsible for the timely mailing or placement of recruitment brochures and other matters related to membership development.

Section 5. Past-President

The term of office of the Past President is two years and is succeeded to from the Presidency. The Past President shall serve as a consultant to the Officers, as needed, and shall have voting privileges equal to the members of the Board of Directors. The Past President may at times need to interpret and/or advise on issues of past administrations. It should be anticipated by Past Presidents that their service to the ITG will extend well beyond the two years of their term. There exists a strong tradition in the ITG of seeking advice from former Presidents.

Section 6. Board of Directors (See also Bylaws Article III)

The term of office on the Board of Directors shall be for four years. In each biennial election approximately one-half of the Board will retire. This staggering of four-year terms ensures a smooth continuance in the government of the Guild.

No ITG Board Member may serve more than three consecutive terms on the Board. After three terms, followed by a four-year hiatus, a person may once again run for Board membership or accept an appointment to the Board. Service to the organization as an ITG Officer (who are members of the Board by virtue of their office) shall not count toward the three consecutive terms. Board members who serve as ITG Web Site Director or ITG Publications Editor shall be exempt from this rule. However, if the Web Site Director or Publications Editor serve 12 years or more, they shall not be eligible to serve on the Board for at least four years after resigning the position.

The Board of Directors shall advise in the business affairs of the Guild through the President, and shall be responsible for the actions of government of the Guild. Board members shall be notified of all Guild activities and are often asked to vote on important matters. It is the duty of each Board member to reply by vote and offer advice and opinion to the administrative officials. Board members are strongly encouraged to attend Guild meetings and annual conferences. (As a general rule, the Officers and Board of Directors meet in person only once each year, i.e. on the day before the annual ITG Conference.)


The Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild is ultimately responsible for the oversight and supervision of the Finance Committee as well as the sufficiency and effectiveness of the internal control system and processes that guarantee accurate and timely financial reporting.

Section 7. Publications Editor (See also Bylaws Article III Section 1)

The Publications Editor for the International Trumpet Guild supervises all publications in print and electronic formats for the organization. This includes:
Working with authors, column editors, the ITG Editorial Committee, the ITG Web Site Director, the Advertisement and Layout Professional, and the Officers and Board of Directors for the organization in the editing and preparation of materials for publication. This entails proofing and/or editing the ITG Journal, itg journal, jr., Trumpet and Brass Programs, and yearly supplements to the membership; writing the From the Editor column and coordinating the Editor’s Corner for every issue of the ITG Journal; covering major international competitions for ITG and editing posters and rules for those competitions; editing election materials and ballots; proofing the annual ITG Business Report to the membership and other projects mandated by the ITG Officers and Board of Directors.
Coordinating all of the reporting at ITG Conferences and editing all materials generated by reporters for publication in the ITG Journal and for posting on the Web Site.
Oversee the staffing of the Journal including column editors, proofreaders, and assistant and associate editors, and recruiting and retention of the ITG Editorial Committee.
Generating reports from the Publications Division to the Officers and Board of Directors for the conference meeting and for the mid-winter Officers retreat.
Supplying the Layout Professional with continuous updates to the ITG Index and the ITG Treasurer with names and addresses of authors for complimentary Journal distribution after each issue.
Making decisions regarding requests for use of ITG copyrighted materials and working with ITG’s Legal Counsel to set copyright policies for the Publications Division of the organization.
Communicating on a regular basis with the ITG Treasurer on matters of budget and costs as they relate to the Publications Division.
Finally, it is the responsibility of the Publications Editor to acknowledge errors in print, and to decide when and how to communicate errors to the membership.

Section 8. Advertising Manager

The Advertising Manager supervises and is responsible for all advertising in the ITG Journal and the annual ITG Membership Directory, as well as maintaining good communication with all advertisers on an ongoing basis. The specific duties include:

Maintaining the advertiser database
Adding new advertisers, ensuring complete information required for billing.
Removing from the database advertisers who are no longer current (for example, advertisers who have not communicated for over five years).
Keeping the Treasurer supplied with a current copy of the database, normally by including copies of all related files with invoices submitted for each issue.
Generating reports from the Publications Division to the Officers and Board of Directors for the conference meeting and for the mid-winter Officers retreat.

Publishing advertising rates
Establish deadlines for reservation and material submission
Acquire upcoming year's advertising rates from the Treasurer

Generate the layout for the new rate sheets and have them printed.
1) A separate letter is normally enclosed with rate sheets sent to the previous year's color advertisers giving them the option of "holding" their space in the color advertising section.
2) A separate note is normally enclosed to advertisers with ongoing ads to let them know they need not resubmit the form, but are being sent the new form as a courtesy and to inform them of current advertising rates
.
3) A PDF copy of the rate sheet, formatted for convenient home printing, is to be supplied to the Web Site Director for posting, and the PDF is also sent via EMail to any advertiser or interested party who requests such information.

Accepting advertising reservations and reserving space in the relevant issues of the Journal
Approximately two weeks prior to each advertising deadline, send an EMail reminder to all advertisers for which we have addresses (and who are not already reserved in the next issue) that the deadline is approaching.
As the reservation deadline passes, inform the Production Manager how many pages of ads are reserved.

Acquiring ad materials
Ensuring all ads are in possession by the published deadline.
Ensuring all materials necessary to publish the ads on press are present; this requires coordination with the Production Manager.
Supply all ad materials for each issue to the Production Manager by his established deadline; include any special placement requests from advertisers.
Coordinate with Production Manager to resolve any difficulties with the ad materials.

Generating invoices
As each issue is printed, acquire the Invoice Date from the Treasurer.
Generate all invoices for each issue in PDF format.
Transmit the invoice files, normally along with the database files, to the Treasurer.
Other processes as required by the Treasurer.

Attending the ITG Conference
If at all possible, the Advertising Manager should attend the annual conference and attempt to meet and talk with all vendors present, making sure to give a copy of the rate sheet to each one as is practicable.

Submitting a semi-annual report
The Advertising Manager is responsible to provide the President with a written report prior to the annual board meeting and the annual winter officers' meeting.

Section 9. Layout Editor (Production Manager)

The Production Manager is responsible for preparing various ITG publications for printing by assembling all relevant materials into a press-ready format and submitting same to press. The Production Manager must have a complete and thorough understanding of the process of preparing publications for pre-press. This position works closely with and in support of the Publications Editor, Treasurer, and Web Site Director.

The publications for which the Production Manager is responsible are the ITG Journal, the ITG Journal Index, the semiannual itg journal jr., the annual Membership Directory, the annual Recent Programs compilation, and occasional supplements such as the annual sheet music inserts along with others as determined by the Publications Editor.

For each publication, specific duties include:

Generating the publication layout
Scan photographic materials supplied by the Publications Editor at size and resolution appropriate for the desired presentation of each graphic.
Generate hi-resolution images where possible for line art items such as music examples and diagrams.
Place text received from the Publications Editor into the layouts along with graphics
Provide the Publications Editor with ongoing proofs (normally in the form of PDF files) for purposes of proofing, correction and modifications.
Work closely with the Publications Editor to bring each publication to its final form.

Dealing with Advertising sections (Journal and Membership Directory only)
(Journal) Construct the annual color ad section and Inside covers based on materials supplied by the Advertising Manager.
(Journal and Membership Directory) Reserve space for each issue's ads based on information from the Advertising Manager.

(Journal and Membership Directory) Place advertisements.

Confirm with the Advertising Manager that all ads are correctly represented before going to press.

Shipping to press
Once final approval from the Publications Editor is received for the publication, supply the printer with all the files required to generate the printed piece.
Provide the printer with a laser print of the publication, and  provide a cover letter with any and all necessary instructions.
Proofread and approve galleys-signing the approval form absolves the printer of all responsibility for errors present in the submitted materials from this point, and transfers that responsibility to the Production Manager.

Working post publication: Following the submission of each item
Archive all computer files to permanent safe storage
Generate PDF files of each of the articles and columns for Web publication, and submit these files to the web site staff member in charge of Journal-related web pages.
Supply a PDF copy of the main body of the Journal to the web site staff member in charge of the online Journal index.
Supply a PDF copy of the advertising section to the Web Site Calendar Editor.


Section 10. Web Site Director (See also Bylaws Article III Section 2)

The ITG Web Site Director is responsible for overseeing the ITG Web Site and in chairing the ITG Technology Committee. In this capacity the Web Site Director is to perform the following duties:

Administrate the ITG Web Server (www.trumpetguild.org) and ITG email aliases.
Provide all technical support and server hardware for ITG’s web and technology needs.
Compose and update all web pages not covered by web site editors.
Oversee the appointment, training and duties of several volunteer ITG Web Site Editors. Currently the editor positions are as follows:
News Editor
Journal Hub Editor
Calendar Editor
Employment Editor
Links Editor
Youth Web Site Editor
ITG Handbook Online Editor
ITG CD Projects Editor
Orchestra Roster Project Editor
Coordinate with ITG Treasurer to deliver membership services such as joining ITG, change of address and online purchasing of products through the ITG Web Site
Coordinate with Publications Editor and Layout Editor to deliver ITG Publications and other official documents online. Examples are: Journal articles and columns, advertising rates and regulations, competitions and contest rules and regulations, and supplemental Journal material.

Oversee and deliver web site coverage of the ITG Annual Conference
Design and deliver on-site,  “as-it-happens” conference coverage on the ITG Web Site
Coordinate with Publications Editor to organize and manage a team of photographers, writers and technical support staff for conference coverage.

Coordinate with conference host to procure space and technical needs for the conference coverage team and to publicize the conference on the ITG Web Site.

Serve as Chair of the Technology Committee and technology advisor to ITG Board of Directors and Officers.
Recommend committee appointments to ITG President.

Section 11. General Counsel (See also Bylaws Article III Section 3)

The General Counsel, appointed by the President with the approval of the Officers and Board of Directors and whose length of term is unspecified, shall be an attorney-at-law who shall serve the Guild without fee, and shall be available to advise the Officers and Board of Directors regarding any matters affecting the obligations, liabilities, or responsibilities of such persons to the Guild or to persons or entities contracted by the Guild. He/she shall help draw up and/or approve any contracts with the Guild, and shall be informed of all Guild business and progress.

Any legal documents, including contracts, host agreements, or ITG obligations, must be written and approved by the ITG legal Consul. Requests for preparation or authorization of these documents must be made through one of the ITG officers, who will consult with the ITG president before submitting to ITG Legal Consul.

Section 12. Public Relations Officer

The Public Relations Officer is appointed by the ITG President. The length of the term is four years.  This person shall publicize the ITG through every means available without incurring substantial expense. (These means may include newspapers, magazines, journals, and  any other publications.)


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Standing Committees
See ITG Constitution, Article V, Section 3 (creation), and Bylaws, Article V (charges)

1. STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMMISSIONS
Current  members:

Luis Engelke, Chair
Eric Berlin
Kevin Eisensmith

Current practice for the commissioning of new works by the Guild involves the following:

The Board of Directors shall allot a certain amount of money for the Commissions Committee to spend, and shall offer flexible guidelines regarding the kind of work preferred for commission (i.e. genre, length, difficulty, etc.). It is then left up to the Commissions Committee to select a composer, and, with the composer, determine the exact nature of the work and all other matters regarding the commission.  Items to be considered in contracting a composer for a commission shall include, but are not limited to

  1. the work's genre and instrumentation
  2. the work's difficulty
  3. the work's length
  4. the work's form (movements, etc.)
  5. the work's delivery date
  6. the amount and time of payment for the work
  7. the work's premier date and premiering rights
  8. who will arrange for the premiering artist(s)
  9. who will retain the copyright for the work
  10. any specific rights for ITG members (i.e. short-term discount prices)
  11. any short-term publishing rights for the ITG Journal
  12. the fact that any edition, including the manuscript, must acknowledge the ITG as the commissioning agent, and can, when appropriate, list the premiering artist(s)
  13. all obligations by the ITG to the composer regarding his/her attending the work's premier (i.e. providing travel, lodging, tuition, etc.) if negotiated.
ITG COMMISSIONS
Year of
Commission
Year of
Delivery
Composer Title
1978
1979
Della Joio, Norman Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
1978
1979
Bach, Jan Fanfare and Fugue for five trumpets
1978
1980
Husa, Karel Intradas and Interludes for seven trumpets and percussion
1979
1980
Adler, Samuel Trumpet Tryptique for six trumpets
1980
1981
Bach, Jan Rounds and Dances for Brass Quintet*
1980
1981
Friedman, Stan Laude (for solo trumpet)
1980
1981
Heiden, Bernard Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble
1981
1981
Blatter, Alfred Andante et Scherzo for Trumpet Ensemble
1981
1982
Premru, Raymond Concerto for Trumpet and Strings
1984
1986
Suderberg, Robert Chamber Music VII (Ceremonies for Trumpet and Piano
1984
1986
Tull, Fisher Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
1984
1986
Schmidt, William Concerto for Trumpet and Orchestra
1986
1988
Bach, Jan Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble
1986
1988
Sapyievsky, Jerzy Arioso for Trumpet and Winds
1986
1988
Suderbert, Robert Chamber Music VIII (A Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
1988
1989
Rodriguez, Robert Invocation of Orpheus (trumpet and chamber orchestra)
1989
1991
Sampson, David Tryptique for Trumpet and Orchestra
1993
1995
Ewazen, Eric Sonata for Trumpet and Piano
1995 1997 Muldowney, Dominic Lear's Trumpet (trumpet and alto saxophone
1996 1998 Birtwistle, Harrison The Silk House Tatoo (trumpet alone)
1999 Moore, Lloyd Lamento Ritornando (trumpet alone)
1998 1999 Maxwell Davies, Peter Litany for a Ruined Chapel between Sheep and Shore
1998 1999 Birtwistle, Harrison Silkhouse Tattoo (two trumpets and snare drums)
1998 2000 Go Blow Your Own (compilation)
Baratt, Carol Cantilena (trumpet and piano)
Maxwell Davies, Peter Fanfare for Lowrey (two solo trumpets)
Gruber, HK Exposed Throat (solo trumpet)
Holloway, Robin Melody with Echol (two trumpets)
Home, David Elegy for Trumpet and Piano
Jenkins, Karl Salm O Dewi Sant (trumpet and piano)
Lloyd, Jonathan Go Blow Your Own (two solo trumpets in B-flat)
Rorem, Ned Cries and Whispers
Schwertsik, Kurt Serenade
2000 2002 Wilson, Dana Leader Lieder (trumpet and wind ensemble)
2005 2006 LaBaron, Anne Way of Light (trumpet and electronic sound track and video)
2008 2009 Lim, Liza Ehwas (trumpet and persussion)
2008 2010 "Duos" Commissions Project
Douglas, David The Gulf
McNeely, James Dark Corners (for B-flat trumpet and piano)
Stockhausen, Marcus Five Pieces for Trumpet and Vibraphone
2012 2013 Julian Wachner Blue Green Red (trumpet and organ)

2. STANDING COMMITTEE ON COMPOSITION COMPETITIONS
(competition discontinued by ITG Board of Directors, 2009)

Contest genres and chairpersons (see Appendix F for winners):
        
1987: Trumpet and organ. David Greenhoe, chair
1988: Jazz Composition Contest. Tom Battenburg, chair.
1989: Unaccompanied solo trumpet. Robert Levy, chair.
1990: Trumpet and piano. (Chair unknown)
1991: Brass quintet. (Chair unknown)
1992: Trumpet in chamber music (four to eight instruments with mixed instrumentation). (Chair unknown)
1993: Trumpet and one other orchestral instrument. (Chair unknown)
1994: Trumpet with one other orchestral instrument. Edward Sandor, chair
1995: Trumpet and organ. Robert Levy, chair
1996: Brass trio (trumpet, horn, trombone). Moffatt Williams, chair.
1997: Trumpet and string quartet with optional bass. Del Lyren, chair.
1998: Jazz solo for trumpet alone. Gregory Jones, chair.
1999: Trumpet, voice and piano. Moffatt Williams, chair.
2000: Cornet and traditional British Brass Band. Moffatt Williams, chair.
2001: Trumpet and piano. Matthew Inkster, chair.
2002: Trumpet and midi. Moffatt Williams, chair.
2003: Brass quintet. William Richardson, chair.
2004: Trumpet solo and trp. ens. (5-8 players). Edward Sandor, chair.
2005: Trumpet solo and brass ensemble (nine to 14 players with optional percussion). Edward Ried, chair.
2006: Solo trumpet and choir (SATB). Richard Rulli, chair
2007: Brass trio (trumpet, horn, trombone). Moffat Williams, chair
2008: Duet (trumpet and one other instrument) and piano. Chair to be arranged.
2009: Trumpet and one other collaborative instrument (i.e. trumpet and bass, trumpet and piano, trumpet and saxophone, etc). Chair to be arranged.
Competition suspended after 2009 by Board of Directors action

Guidelines:

Each contest is first announced 16 months ahead of its deadline.  The ITG Journal editor should maintain an appropriate schedule of advertisements in the ITG Journal. (Two different contests overlap and are run simultaneously).

Timeline procedure/practice for composition competitions:

January 1 Deadline for receiving manuscripts and tapes, accompanied by the application fee.  Checks should be immediately sent to the ITG treasurer by the contest chair.

Any applicant who has not included the application fee or tape should be notified and encouraged to comply. If the applicant does not do so, the application should be disqualified.

March 15 Decisions of the committee should be sent to the coordinator, the ITG President and the ITG Treasurer. Formal letters should be sent to the winners and to each of the other applicants informing each of the decisions of the committee.  Each winner should receive a check at this time from the treasurer and should be asked to send a photo to the ITG Journal editor.

A list of all applicants, addresses and titles of compositions should be sent to the competition coordinator and to the ITG Journal editor.

The coordinator of the competition should contact the host of the upcoming ITG Conference regarding the performance of the winning work(s) at the conference.

June 1 The contest chair should send two copies of the winning compositions to the ITG Archives (Western Michigan University) and the ITG Research Library (University of Athens, Georgia).

The coordinator shall send copy for the next contest to the ITG Journal editor.

September 1 The ITG Treasurer shall print and mail copies of the contest rules for the two current contests to the CMS list of composition teachers. 25 sets of the rules of each contest should also be sent to the appropriate contest chair.

November 1 The coordinator should contact the next contest chair regarding the appointment of an appropriate judging committee and advising him/her of other responsibilities involving the contest.

The instrumentation for future competitions should be set (and possible chairs suggested) by the ITG Board at least three years in advance of  each competition's deadline.

3. STANDING COMMITTEE ON FINANCE (updated 3 February 2009)
The Past President shall chair the Finance Committee. (See also Bylaws Article V, Section 3)

1.  The duties of the Finance Committee Chair shall include a weekly review, typically online, of all bank accounts and credit card activity of the ITG. Any abnormalities will immediately be reported to the Finance Committee and to the President.

2.  The Finance Committee Chair (normally the Past President) shall visit the office and records of the ITG Treasurer/Accountant annually to perform a review of the ITG financial records. If the Past President is unable to complete this review, the Vice President shall perform these duties. If for any reason either of these two officers are unable to complete this task, the officers shall designate an individual or firm. A summary of this annual review shall be sent to the Finance Committee.
3.  The Finance Committee Chair's annual review will include but not be limited to examination of the following materials provided by the Treasurer, Legacy Endowment Fund Director or independent accounting firm.
a. Profit and Lost Statement
b. Balance sheet
c. Bank Statements
d. Budget Report
e. Annual Audit
f. IRS documents, to include Forms 990, 990T and any State Tax documents or related forms
g. Federal, State, and any other payroll tax returns or tax reporting documents
h. Review of currency and coverage of Guild insurance policies
i. Legacy Endowment Report
j.

Other Guild financial information or concerns brought before the committee

k. Tracing of a random sampling of disbursements to the supporting documents and the withdrawal on the bank statement
l. Tracing of a random sampling of membership income to the supporting documents and the deposit on the bank statement
m. Tracing of a random sampling of advertising receipts to the supporting invoices and deposit on the bank statement
n. Compare advertising income reported on the income statement with that reported by the ad manager

3.  The finance committee should receive information approximately one and one half months before the scheduled meeting where the report will be presented, and should have a discussion to review and, if appropriate, to recommend acceptance of such report. A typical schedule includes the Annual Board of Directors meeting in June, and the Annual Officers meeting in January.

4. STANDING COMMITTEE ON AFFILIATE CHAPTERS
Standing Coordinator: Cynthia Carrell

(See Article VIII of the By-Laws for details concerning the formation of affiliate chapters. See Appendix M for a list of current affiliate chapters).

5. STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLICITY
Current Coordinator: Frank Campos (appointed 1996)

The coordinator of this committee fills the position of Public Relations Officer (see Appendix B, section 12) with all of the duties appertaining thereto.

6. STANDING COMMITTEE ON MEMBERSHIP
Current Coordinator: Vice President of the Guild (See also Bylaws Article V, Section 6)

7. STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES
Current Chair: President of the Guild (See also Bylaws Article V, Section 7)

8. STANDING COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY
Current Chair: Michael Anderson (appointed 1997) (See also Bylaws Article V, Section 8)


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ITG Journal
Advertising Rates and Procedures


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ITG Conference Competition Winners
(see ITG Web Site Conferences for locations, other information)

Year Solo Competition
Orch. Excerpts Competition
1977 Tom Schlueter Brad Boehm
1978 Stacy Blair William Nulty
1979 (no 1st place chosen) (no 1st place chosen)
1980 (no 1st place chosen) (no 1st place chosen)
1981 Tim Anderson
David Bilger
(no 1st place chosen)
1982 Tim Anderson Daniel Ross
1983 Terry Everson
David Bilger
Terry Everson
1984 Ron Miles (no 1st place chosen)
1985 Susan Sexton Daniel Smith
1986 Gavin Wells Christopher Pilgrim
Richard Stoelzel
1987 (no 1st place chosen) Robert DeVito
1988 Bret Jackson Cynthia Thompson
1989 (no 1st place chosen) (no 1st place chosen)
1990 (no 1st place chosen) (no 1st place chosen)
1991 Michelle Kaminsky (no 1st place chosen)
1992 Ido Jan Stalman (no 1st place chosen)
1993 Todd Craven (no 1st place chosen)
1994 Charles Saenz Stacy Simpson
1995 Benjamin Wright Christopher Kiragief
1996 Christopher M. Sala Benjamin Wright
1997 Anthony L. Prisk Christopher M. Sala
1998 Nathaniel Mayfield Anthony L. Prisk
1999 Scott Beckett David Guerrier
2000 David Guerrier Justin Emerich
2001 Ashley Hall Brian Shaw
2002 Brian Shaw Steven Marx
Kevin Crotty
2003 Nathan Botts Brian Winegardner
2004 Gareth Flowers Ben Albright
2005 Huw Morgan
Jordan Winkler
2006 Brandon Ridenour Adam Bhatia
2007 Alexander White Jeffrey Lewandowski
2008 João Vilão Huw Morgan
2009 William Gibson Steven Miller
2010 Anna Garcia Alexander Wilson
2011 Ryan Beach Ryan Beach
2012 Chai Lin William Cooper
2013 Ricardo Matos Steven Woomert

Year Solo Jazz Performance
Youth Solo Competition
1977 (no competition) (no competition)
1978 (no competition) (no competition)
1979 (no 1st place chosen) (no competition)
1980 (no 1st place chosen) (no competition)
1981 Terry Connell (no competition)
1982 Paul Mazzio (no competition)
1983 Jeff Beal (no competition)
1984 Craig Fraedrich
Jim Rotundi
(no competition)
1985 Ken Watters (no competition)
1986 Paul Edmonds (no competition)
1987 David Ballou
Irv Grossman
(no competition)
1988 Jason Carder (no competition)
1989 Michael Johnson (no competition)
1990 Marcus Printup (no competition)
1991 Tim Leahey (no competition)
1992 Ron Blake (no competition)
1993 John Daversa
Vance Thompson
(no competition)
1994 (no 1st place chosen) (no competition)
1995 Graham Breedlove
Roger Lent
(no competition)
1996 Matthew Shulman (no competition)
1997 Thomas Barber (no competition)
1998 Jason Berg (no competition)
1999 Michael Rodriguez (no competition)
2000 Philip Lassiter (no competition)
2001 Amir El Saffar (no competition)
2002 Kavan Manson Caleb Hudson
2003 Nathan Botts Under 14: Bryce Schmidt
14-18: Kevin Shannon
2004 Matthew Holman Under 14: Bryce Schmidt
14-18: Colin Sieg
2005 Alex Nguyen Jessica Lordi
2006 Jean Caze Under 14: Dominic Favia
14-18: Annie Lemieux
2007 Jonathan Saraga Under 14: Erwin Tendler
14-18: Nathaniel Meyer
2008 Jonathan Challonner Cory Johnson
2009 Nick Frenay Under 14: Matthew Gajda
14-18: Logan Anderson
2010 David Neves Under 14: Dominic Longhurst
Under 18: Charlie Bole
2011 Benny Benach Under 14: Forrest Johnston
Under 18: Steven Franklin
2012 Marquis Hill Under 14: Forrest Johnson
Under 18: John Burton
2013 Anthony Stanco Under 14: Forrest Johnson
Under 18: Eli Ross


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ITG Composition Competition Winners

Year Genre
Winner
1987 Trumpet and organ “Movement for B-flat Trumpet and Organ” by James Dowdy
1988 Jazz “Suite” (Two movements: “For the Sake of Art” and “If the Shew Fits, Wear it”) by Frank Mantooth
1989 Trumpet unaccompanied “Arrays of Light” by Betsy L. Schramm
1990 Trumpet and piano "Corollary III for trumpet and piano" by Brian Fennelly
1991 Brass quintet “Imagenes” by Javier J. de la Torre
1992 Trumpet in chamber music (four to eight, mixed) “Sonata for Two Trumpets and Percussion” (2 trumpets, 3 percussion) by Michael Angell
1993 Trumpet and one other orchestral instrument “La Pittura” for solo trumpet and brass quintet by Stanley Friedman
1994 Trumpet with one other orchestral instrument “Ghost Dialogues” for trumpet and tenor sax by Lance Hulme
1995 Trumpet and organ “Duologue” by Dennis J. Janzer
1996 Brass trio (trp, tbn, horn) “Trio for Trumpet, Horn, and Trombone” by Daniel Schnyder
1997 Trumpet and string quartet “Quintet for Trumpet in C and String Quartet” by James M. Brannigan
1998 Jazz solo for trumpet alone “I Remember…” by Dana Wilson
1999 Trumpet, voice, and piano “Three Portraits for Trumpet, Mezzo & Piano” by Francisco Zacares Fort
2000 Cornet and traditional brass band (no winner)
2001 Trumpet and piano “Mask” by Dana Wilson
2002 Trumpet and midi

Two winners:
“Eastwind Variations” by Steven Winteregg
“Blowback” by Steve Everett

2003 Brass quintet "Spanish Dances" by Stanley Friedman
2004 Trumpet solo and trumpet ensemble (5-8) "The Moffett-Klein Phenomenon" by Michael Galib
2005 Trumpet solo with brass ensemble (9-14 w/opt perc.) Two winners:
"Smoke, Fog, Mirrors" by Kari Juusela
"Rhapsody" by Jamie Keesecker
2006 Solo trumpet and choir "Nobody Move" by Sam Stalos
2007 Brass trio (trp, tbn, horn) "Two Variations from Round Suite for Brass Trio" by Sam Stalos
2008 Duet (trumpet and one other instrument) and piano "Jewish Suite" by Stanley Friedman
2009 Duet (trumpet and an accompaning instrument and piano in the jazz style) "Three for Three" for trumpet, tenor saxophone, and piano by Bob Gillis
Competition suspended after 2009 by direction of the Board of Directors


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The Carmine Caruso ITG Jazz Solo Trumpet Competition Winners

Year Location and Host
Winners
1993 Centre College, Danville, KY
Vincent DiMartino, host

Scott Thompson (USA)
1995 Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI
Stephen Jones, host

Ingrid Jensen (USA)
1997 University of North Texas, Denton, TX
Leonard Candelaria, host

John Sneider (USA)
1999 DePaul University, Chicago, IL
Robert Lark, host

Thomas Marriott (USA)
2001 University of Nevada, Reno, NV
Larry Engstrom, host

Amir El Saffar (USA)
Mikko Pettinen (Finland)
2003 University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
John Almeida, host

Dominick Farinacci (USA)
David Bijoy Champagne (USA)
2005 University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Vern Sielert, host

Philip Dizack (USA)
2007 University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ
Edward Reid and Jeffrey Haskell, hosts

Ambrose Akinmusire (USA)
2009 University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. James Ackley, host

Jason Palmer (USA)
2011 Missouri State University, Springfield, MO
Grant Peters, host
Benny Benack (USA)
2013 College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati - Scott Belck, host
Marquis Hill (USA)


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The Ellsworth Smith/ITG International Trumpet Solo Competition Winners

Year Location and Host
Winners
1988 Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio
Richard Burkart, host

Terry Everson (USA)
1990 Trumpet Museum, Bad Sackingen, Germany
Edward H. Tarr, host

Jouka Harjanne (Finland)
1992 Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
Bryan Goff, host

Jens Lindeman (Canada)
1994 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Richard Burkart, host

Falk Maetens (Germany)
1996 University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
Joyce Davis, host

Victor Kisnitchenko (Russia)
1998 Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
William Campbell, host

Pasi Pirinen (Finland)
2000 Trumpet Museum, Bad Sackingen, Germany
Edward H. Tarr, host

Andrey Kovalinsky (Belarus)
David Guerrier (France)
2004 University of Alabama at Birmingham
Leonard Candelaria, host

Luis Araya (Costa Rica)
2008 Boston University
Terry Everson, host
Lukasz Gothszalk (Poland)
2012 West Chester University, West Chester, PA
Jean Christophe Dobrzelewksi, host
Ryan Beach (USA)


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ITG Awards

In the early years of the ITG there was no specific award known as the "ITG Honorary Award."  Timofei Dokshizer and Renold Schilke were among the first to be recognized by the ITG; each of these men was given a lifetime membership in the ITG and were made lifetime members of the ITG Board of Directors.

In the early to middle 1980's, the ITG adopted a policy of awarding an official "ITG Honorary Award."  This was in response to a trend for many conference hosts, devoted students, and others to give awards to their favorite trumpet personalities during ITG conferences, using the name of the ITG, when in fact the ITG officers and Board of Directors had never granted any official award status to these persons.

Therefore, two awards only are sanctioned by the Guild: The ITG Honorary Award, and the ITG Award of Merit.

The ITG Honorary Award

The ITG Honorary Award shall be given to those individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the art of trumpet playing. these contributions are through performance, teaching, publishing, research, and/or composition. The tradition has been to award persons only toward the end of their careers, rather than at the beginning or height of their careers.

The ITG Honorary Award does not have to be given every year, and it is possible to award more than one per year.  (To maintain the highest prestige of the award, the tradition has been to be extremely selective regarding nominees and recipients).

The ITG Honorary Award can be given only by the Officers and Board of Directors of the ITG through the following nomination/election process:

  1. The ITG President shall administer the nominations and elections. (It is recommended that the ITG President initiate the nominations procedure in October of each year or as often as is agreed upon by the Officers and Board of Directors. 
  2. Nominations can be made by any member of the ITG.
  3. Sanction for the award is given upon affirmative vote by a minimum of  two thirds of the Board of Directors and the Guild's officers.

The ITG Award of Merit

The ITG Award of Merit shall be given to those individuals who have made substantial contributions to the art of trumpet playing through performance, teaching, publishing, research, composition, and/or support of the goals of The International Trumpet Guild.

There shall be no requirements that the award be given annually, and no restrictions shall be made as to the number of recipients.

The ITG Award of Merit can be given only by the Officers and Board of Directors of the ITG through the following nomination/election process:

  1. The ITG President administers the nomination and election process for this award.
  2. Nominations can be made by any member of the ITG.
  3. The award shall be given to those persons receiving an affirmative vote from a minimum of two thirds of the members of the ITG Board of Directors submitting votes. A minimum of ten affirmative votes is required.

Other awards

No other award is currently recognized or sanctioned by the ITG. Under no circumstances may any award be made at any ITG function or in any other fashion in the name of the ITG without official action by the Officers and Board of Directors.

Note:  It is an ITG tradition to recognize Board of Directors members with a certificate upon the completion of their terms, and to recognize ITG Officers with a plaque upon the completion of their terms. Although these plaques and certificates may be called "awards," they do not fall within the restrictions mentioned above and may be presented to such individuals in accordance with the traditions of the ITG.

Awards granted by the International Trumpet Guild

Honorary Award

Award of Merit Other Awards

1987 – Roger Voisin
1992 – Maurice André
1993 – Louis Armstrong
Armando Ghitalla
1995 – Clifford Lillya
Robert Nagel
1997 – Philip Jones
1998 – Adolph "Bud" Herseth
1999 – Vincent Cichowiz
2000 – Edward Tarr
2002 – Dizzy Gillespie
2003 – Clark Terry
2004 – Mel Broiles
Clifford Brown
Miles Davis
Harry Glantz
2006 - Philip Smith
2007 - Maynard Ferguson
Charles Schlueter
2008 - Maurice Murphy
2009 - Herb Alpert
2010 - Uan Rasey
2011 - Roger Delmotte
Susan Slaughter
2012 - Frederick Mills
Ronald Romm
2014 - Gilbert Johnson

2000 – Gordon Mathie
2002 – Charles Colin
Steven Glover
2003 – Leonard Candelaria
Ray Crisara
John Haynie
2004 – William Adam
D. Kim Dunnick
Frank Kaderabek
Anatoly Selianin
2005 – Anne Hardin
David Hickman
Benjamin Margolin
James Olcott
2006 - Joyce Davis
Vincent DiMartino
Charles Gorham
Stephen Jones
Leon Rapier
2007 - Richard Burkart
Bengt Eklund
Carole Reinhart
2008 - Stephen Chennette
2009 - David Bullock
Gilbert H. Mitchell
Jeffrey Piper
2010 - Bryan Goff
Gordon Webb
2011 - William Pfund
2012 - Keith Johnson
Dennis Schneider
2013 - Rob Roy McGregor
2014 - David Baldwin
Kevin Eisensmith
Gary Mortenson
1977 - Timofei Dijsguzer
   Lifetime Membership
   to the ITG Board of
   Directores
1979 – Renold Schilke
   Plaque and honorary
   lifetime membership
1979 – Raphael Mendez
   Recognition Plaque
1982 – Doc Severinson
   Recognition Plaque
1983 – Robert King
   Recognition Plaque
1984 – William Vacchiano
   Recognition Plaque



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ITG Affiliate Chapter Project Grant Application Guidelines


The ITG Board of Directors, on an annual basis, provides funds to support activities of the affiliate chapters of the Guild. Only currently active chapters in good standing (defined as a minimum of five current members of the International Trumpet Guild as members of the chapter) are eligible (see Appendix M for chapters currently active). To apply for a grant, utilize the following procedures:

1.  Fill out the Affiliate Chapter Grant Application and send it (email is acceptable) to the Affiliate Chapter Coordinator. Please insure the inclusion of the following information::
a.  Date and location of the project
b.  Detailed description of the project (goals, guests, target audience and
anticipated numbers, guest artists, projected schedule, etc.
c.  Expected revenues, and the amount of the grant requested.

2.  Requests for grants should be made between August 1 to February 1 each school year.  Grants will be awarded according to the date when the request is received, the date of the event, and the availability of funds.  Grant requests received after February 1 will be considered if they meet the above criteria and if funding is available.

3.  For the 2010-2011 membership year there is one $1,000 grant and four $500 grants available – total of $3,000.  Respecting the policy to give as many chapters as possible the opportunity to receive grants, awards generally are not awarded in consecutive years. $1,000 grants can be received every third year, and $500 grants can be received every other year. (A chapter receiving a $1,000 grant can apply for a $500 grant the next year.) After February 1, chapters receiving grants during the previous fiscal year may apply for grants not to exceed $250. Grants will be awarded based on unencumbered funds as of November 1.

a. $1000 grants are awarded to those events of a regional nature, defined as encompassing a large geographical and population area, and usually planned as multi-day events with a large number of attendees. An ITG goal is also that in each year, at least one of these larger grants will be awarded to a non-USA chapter
b.

$500 grants have often been awarded to smaller projects involving a university or other chapter events of a less grand scale. Of course, many large-scale events will be awarded the $500 grant merely because of limited funds.

c. In all cases, the goal of the ITG grant is to give an affiliate chapter a financial boost. Often this is early in the history of the chapter, and not intended to be an on-going grant. The ITG does not intend to become a regular contributor to each chapters’ annual events. Once established, it is hoped the individual chapter will secure other sources of funding, with only occasional help from the ITG.

After the Affiliate Chapter Coordinator has consulted with the ITG Vice-President and one other appointed member, the awarding (or denial) of the grant will be made. On approval, the grant notification shall be forwarded to the Treasurer. The host shall then notify the treasurer when the check is needed and to whom it should be made out. (After receiving approval for a grant, application may be made by the project host to the ITG Treasurer for a mailing list/labels for ITG members in the project's area for publicity purposes.) As the event is being planned, the host should invite an ITG officer to participate – presenting a greeting from the ITG while exhorting the troops to join and/or giving a clinic/performing on a recital as a way of representing the ITG.  Plans should also be made to include ITG membership as a part of the registration, as is done for the annual ITG Conference. Any ITG memberships secured as a part of this event will be forwarded with the completed application and payment to the ITG Treasurer, immediately after the conclusion of the event.

As the event is being planned, the host should invite an ITG officer to participate – presenting a greeting from the ITG while exhorting the troops to join and/or giving a clinic/performing on a recital as a way of representing the ITG.  Plans should also be made to include ITG membership as a part of the registration, as is done for the annual ITG Conference. Any ITG memberships secured as a part of this event will be forwarded with the completed application and payment to the ITG Treasurer, immediately after the conclusion of the event.

It is required that the following statement be printed in any advertising and in the program for the grant-approved project: "This event is made possible in part by a grant from the International Trumpet Guild.”  Copies of the ITG logo are available for use for advertising and for the program.

Following the event, a written report, preferably with pictures, should be submitted to the ITG Journal News Editor within two weeks of the event. The report will be published in the ITG Journal It is suggested that news (with pictures) of the event be sent electronically to the ITG Web Site's News Editor (news@trumpetguild.org). Also, a copy of the report should be sent to the ITG Treasurer (for tax and record keeping purposes).

ITG Affiliate Chapter Coordinator:
Cynthia Carrell
Box 10767 - Harding University
Searcy AR 72149



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International Trumpet Guild Research Library

Current  Chairman:

(none)*

In the summer of 1983, with agreement from the Board and Officers, President Charles Gorham announced the establishment of the ITG Research Library at the University of Georgia, with Edward P. Sandor chairing the Research Library Committee. The Research Library shall act as the lending library to house materials that are appropriate for circulation. Donations of recordings, publications, and any other materials relevant to scholastic research shall be received by the Research Library at the discretion of the Research Library Committee. A tape repository was established as part of the Research Library, to which ITG members can donate tapes of their performances (often including works otherwise not recorded). These tapes may then be circulated among Library users.  A Research Library Report shall occur at each Annual Meeting of the Officers and Board, although the ITG shall not subsidize the costs of providing the report by offering housing or free Conference tuition.  (This report may be done by mail or by proxy.)

The Announcement

The ITG Research Library, housed at The University of Georgia, is being developed as a major resource of trumpet literature, research papers, and personal and commercially produced recordings of trumpet performances. In order to compile the most comprehensive collection possible at the least cost to the ITG, the ITG Research Library Committee is asking members to donate appropriate materials in the following categories:

  1. Tape Repository. Tape recordings (7-1/2 ips in 1/2 or 1/4 track) of personal performances and other commercially unavailable recordings which would be a part of the "borrowing library."
  2. Compositions. Published and unpublished compositions for trumpet in various contexts, for cataloging and for use in the "borrowing library."
  3. Research Papers. Theses, dissertations, books, journal articles, and other research reports of interest to brass players and pedagogues. These materials would conceivably comprise the most significant body of brass instrument research in the world.  Both copies of research reports and lists of desirable requisitions are being solicited.

Receipts for donated works can be provided upon request, but a suggested value would be helpful where value is not documented. Donations are tax deductible. Materials should be sent to the Chairman of the Research Library Committee.

* By resolution of the Officers and the Board of Directors in June of 1995 , the ITG Research Library was dissolved with all holdings being moved to storage in Tallahasse, Florida for final disposition at a future time as deemed appropriate by the Board of Directors


––  A p p e n d i x   L  ––

I
nternational Trumpet Guild Archives

Current  Chairman:

Robert Murray
Associate Professor, Trumpet
Schwob School of Music
Columbus State University
Columbus, Georgia USA
email: murray_robert3@columbusstate.edu

With agreement from the Board and Officers of the International Trumpet Guild, President Charles Gorham announced the establishment of the ITG Archives at Western Michigan University in May, 1982. It was agreed that the permanent address of the ITG would exist at the Archives address (minutes of the 1982 Annual Meeting, ITG Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1). Stephen Jones was to chair and appoint the Archive Committee. The purpose of the Archive is to preserve and house materials relevant to the founding, growth, and activities of the Guild and the trumpet world, including documents, photographs, publications, recordings, manuscripts and memorabilia. The Archive Committee shall screen all materials for inclusion in the Archive. Rare recordings, old instruments, manuscripts of trumpet music, out-of-print music, Conference memorabilia, and other items that should not be circulated would all be appropriate kinds of materials for inclusion in the Archive.  Materials in the Archive will be available for on-site inspection by ITG members and visitors to the Archive. Materials in the Archive will not circulate except by permission of the Archive Committee.  An Archive report will occur at each Annual Meeting of the Officers and Board, although the ITG will not subsidize the costs of providing the report by offering housing or free Conference tuition.  (This report may be done by mail or by proxy.)


––  A p p e n d i x   M  ––
(all information current to June 2014)

International Trumpet Guild Current Affiliate Chapters
See ITG Constitution, Article III (creation), and Bylaws, Article VIII (authorization and funding)

Current    Coordinator:  

Cynthia Carrell
Box 10767 - Harding University
Searcy AR 72149

For Affiliate Chapter Project Support Guidelines, see Appendix J
Active Chapters:

Alabama Trumpet Guild
Contact person: James Zingara
Emai: zdma2001@gmail.com

Appalachian Valley Chapter, ITG
106 Meadow Lane
Marietta, OH 45750
Contact Person: Les Paul
Email: lespaul1@charter.net

Arkansas Trumpet Guild
Box 10767
Harding University
Searcy, AR 72149
Contact Person: Cindy Carrell
Email: ccarrell@harding.edu

Australian Trumpet Guild, Ltd
Contact Person:Brian Evans (President)
P.O. Box 1073
Wahroonga, NSW 2076 AUSTRALIA
Email: atguild@optusnet.com.au
Web site: www.australiantrumpetguild.com

The Baltimore Trumpet Guild
Department of Music
Towson University
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252-0001
Contact person: Luis Engelke
Email: lengelke@towson.edu

Belgian Chapter of Euro-ITG
Contact person: Arthur Vanderhoeft
Email: arthur.vanderhoeft@skynet.be

Brazilian Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Heinz Schwebel
Email: heik02@gmail.com

Henderson State University Reddie Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Jim Buckner
Email: bucknej@hsu.edu

Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Chapter of ITG
Department of Music
Cogswell Hall, Room 101
422 South Eleventh Street
Indiana, PA  15705-1070
Contact person: Kevin Eisensmith
Email: tptprof@iup.edu

James Madison University
Contact Person: James Kluesner
Email: kluesnjf@jmu.edu

Nigerian Trumpet Guild
Theatre Arts and Music Department
Lagos State University
Ojo, Nigera
Mentor: Bwilson
Contact Person: Arowosegbe Olabode (Bode)/Adebiyi Abiodun Benjamin
Email: budmass8947@yahoo.com

Northlands ITG Chapter
Bemidji State University Department of Music
1500 Birchmont Dr NE
Bemidji, MN 56601-2699
Contact person: Del Lyren
Email: dlyren@bemidjistate.edu

The Ohio Chapter, ITG
Contact person: Alan Sieberet
Cininnati Conservatory of Music
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio
Email: siebert@ccm.uc.edu

Pioneer Valley Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Eric Berlin
Email: berlin@music.umass.edu

Shenandoah Valley Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Scott Nelson
Emai: snelson@su.edu

Smokey Mountain Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Kathy Leach
Emai: cleach@utk.edu
West Chester University ITG Chapter
West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Swope Music Building and Arts Center
West Chester, PA 19383
Contact person: Jean-Christophe Dobrzelewski
http://www.jcdtrumpet.com
http://www.wcupa.edu/CVPA/
Email: JDobrzelewski@wcupa.edu

Smokey Mountain Trumpet Guild
School of Music, University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 27996-2600
Contact Person: Cathy Leach
Email: cleach@utk.edu
 
South Carolina Trumpet Guild
University of South Carolina
813 Assembly Street
Columbia, SC 29208
Contact person: Barry Wilson
Email: williambwilson@yahoo.com

Southeastern Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Erika Schafer
Email: Erica-Schafer@utc.edu

Tallahassee Trumpet Guild
College of Music
Florida State University
Contact person: Christopher Moore
Email: crmoore@fsu.edu

Texas A&M Kingsville Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Kyle Millsap
Email: Kyle.Millsap@tamuk.edu

Texas Tech Trumpet Guild
Texas Tech University School of Music
18th and Boston Avenue
Lubbuck, TX 79409-2033
Contact person: Wil Strieder
Email: will.strieder@ttu.edu

University of Akron Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Mark Dulin
Email: mdulin@uakron.edu

University of Georgia-Athens Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Brandon Craswell
Email: craswell@uga.edu
University of Louisville Trumpet Guild
School of Music, University of Louisville
Louisville, KY 40292
Contact Person: Michael Tunnell
Email: mhtunn01@louisville.edu

University of Michigan
Contact person: William Campbell
Email: campbel@umich.edu

University of Missouri-Kansas City
Conservatory Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Keith Benjamin
4949 Cherry Drive
Kansas City, MO
Email: benjamink@umkc.edu
Piedmaont Triad/UNC School of the Arts Chapter of ITG
Contact person: Judith Saxton
Email: judith.saxton@gmail.com

Univ. of Northern Colorado Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Benjamin McCarthy
Email: Benjamin.McCarthy@unco.edu

Utah State Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Max Matzen
Email: max.matzen@usu.edu

West Chester University Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Jean-Christophe Dobrzelewski
Email: jdobrzelewski@wcupa.edu

Wisconsin Trumpet Guild
Contact person: Brent Turney
Email: Brent.Turney@uwsp.edu


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International Trumpet Guild European Chapter (Euro-ITG)

Current Address: (none)*

The Euro-ITG was founded in Frankfurt, Germany in Februrary 1990 as an official chapter of the International Trumpet Guild.  The first membership meeting took place on September 23, 1990 during the "First European Trumpet Days" in the Trompeterschloss (Trumpeter's Castle) in Bad Säckingen, Germany.  Election of officers were held at that time.  Each serves a two year term.

The organization is known in French as "Guilde internationale des trompettistes, Section, européenne", and is registered at the courthouse in Bad Säckingen as "Europäisch-internationale Trompetergilde e. V.".  It publishes a bilingual German/English newsletter at irregular intervals.  Feature articles published in the ITG Journal are published in the Euro-ITG Newsletter in German.

The Euro-ITG replaces the European Trumpet Guild, founded in 1978.

1996-98 Officers •

PRESIDENT     
Bengt Eklund   
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Anatoly Selianin   
 
SECRETARY      
Frank Amrien
 
TREASURER      
S. Dale Jayne 
 
ADVISORY BOARD
Timofei Dokshidzer
Jörg Engels
Konradin Groth
Andrei Ikov
Friedemann Immer
Verena Jakobsen
András Kammerer
Peter Knudsvig
Vadim Novikov
Valery Posvaliuk
Max Sommerhalder
Bernard Soustrot
Edward H. Tarr
Pierre Thibaud
Arthur Vanderhoeft
John Wallace 
1998-00 Officers •

PRESIDENT
Edward H. Tarr
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Bengt Eklund 
 
SECRETARY      
Frank Ebel
 
TREASURER      
S. Dale Jayne
2000-02 Officers •

PRESIDENT
Bengt Eklund
 
VICE PRESIDENT
Gabriele Cassone
 
SECRETARY
Max Sommerhalder
 
TREASURER
S. Dale Jayne
 
ADVISORY BOARD
Jörg Engels
Jouko Harjanne
Andrés Kammerer
Odd Lund
Hannes Läubin
Peter Masseurs
Michael Mansson
Vadim Novikov
Anatoly Selianin
Bernard Soustrot
Edward H. Tarr
Pierre Thibaud
*The International Trumpet Guild European Chapter (Euro-ITG) was officially dissolved in 2005


––  A p p e n d i x  O  ––

Minutes of the Annual Meetings of the Board of Directors


2014 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 19-20, 2014. Submitted by John Irish, Secretary (pdf)

2013 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 10-11, 2013. Submitted by Jeff Piper, Secretary (pdf)

2012 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 21-22, 2012. Submitted by Jeff Piper, Secretary (pdf)

2011 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 23-24, 2011. Submitted by Brian Evans, Secretary (pdf)

2010 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
July 5-6, 2010. Submitted by Brian Evans, Secretary (pdf)

2009 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 25-26, 2009. Submitted by Brian Evans, Secretary (pdf)

2008 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 31-June 1, 2008. Submitted by Brian Evans, Secretary (pdf)

2007 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 28-29, 2007. Submitted by Kevin Eisensmith, Secretary (pdf)

2006 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 5-6, 2006. Submitted by Kevin Eisensmith, Secretary (pdf)

2005 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 20, 2005. Submitted by Kevin Eisensmith, Secretary (pdf)

2004 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 14, 2004. Submitted by Kevin Eisensmith, Secretary (pdf)

2003 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 20, 2003. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

2002 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
July 1, 2002. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

2001 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 22, 2001. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

2000 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 23, 2000. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

1999 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 18, 1999. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

1998 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 26, 1998. Submitted by Jeffrey Piper, Secretary (pdf)

1997 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
August 2, 1997. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1996 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 5, 1996. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1995 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 29, 1995. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1994 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 14, 1994. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1993 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 18, 1993. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1992 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 29, 1992. Submitted by James Olcott, Secretary (pdf)

1991 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 21, 1991. Submitted by Stephen Chenette, Secretary (pdf)

1990 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 5, 1990. Submitted by Stephen Chenette, Secretary (pdf)

1989 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
August 9, 1989. Submitted by Stephen Chenette, Secretary (pdf)

1988 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 17, 1988. Submitted by Stephen Chenette, Secretary (pdf)

1987 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 14, 1987. Submitted by Stephen Chenette, Secretary (pdf)

1986 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
August 3, 1986. Submitted by Stephen G. Jones, Secretary (pdf)

1985 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 27, 1985. Submitted by Stephen G. Jones, Secretary (pdf)

1984 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 3, 1984. Submitted by Stephen G. Jones, Secretary (pdf)

1983 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 22, 1983. Submitted by Stephen G. Jones, Secretary (pdf)

1982 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 23, 1982. Submitted by Stephen G. Jones, Secretary (pdf)

1981 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 31, 1981. Submitted by Donald Bullock, Secretary (pdf)

1980 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 17, 19, 1980. Submitted by Donald Bullock, Secretary (pdf)

1979 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 29, 1979. Submitted by Donald Bullock, Secretary (pdf)

1978 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
June 6, 1978. Submitted by Donald Bullock, Secretary (pdf)

1977 Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors of the International Trumpet Guild
May 19, 1977. Submitted by David Baldwin, Secretary (pdf)



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Privacy Statement


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3. Correspondence from ITG staff as a result of a communication initiated by a member or customer

ITG's Commitment to Children’s Privacy: Protecting the privacy of children is important. ITG does not knowingly collect personal data from children or provide information about ITG's data practices in relation to children on the ITG home page or at those sites on the ITG Web site where personal data is collected.

Sharing and Selling Information: Postal mailing lists, comprised of full name and postal address, will not be sold to other organizations or enterprises. ITG does not make electronic copies of its database available to anyone. The Guild may occasionally send informational or promotional materials to members and customers.

Accessing and Correcting Information: The option to access or correct personal information online is planned for the future, but is not yet operational. An announcement in the Journal and on the ITG Website will be made when this option is available.

Any questions or concerns about these privacy policies can be directed to the ITG through electronic or written contact.

Legal Disclaimer: Though ITG makes every effort to preserve user privacy, the Guild may need to disclose personal information when required by law wherein good-faith decisions are made, believing that such action is necessary to comply with a current judicial proceeding, a court order, or legal process served on the ITG website.

Privacy Policy Changes: The ITG Privacy Statement is subject to change and was last modified on July 21, 2010.


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Discrimination/harrassment Policies


It is the policy and commitment of the International Trumpet Guild that it does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, color, gender, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or religion.

The International Trumpet Guild is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity and does not discriminate in the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment on account of race, age, color, gender, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, religion or otherwise as may be prohibited by federal and state law. Any employee, board member, volunteer or member who believes that s/he or any other affiliate of the International Trumpet Guild has been discriminated against is strongly encouraged to report this concern promptly to the president.

Harassment or intimidation of a client, staff person or guest because of that person?s race, age, color, gender, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation or religion is specifically prohibited and may be grounds for action. Harassment and intimidation includes abusive, foul or threatening language or behavior. The International Trumpet Guild is committed to maintaining a workplace that is free of any such harassment and will not tolerate discrimination against employees, board members, volunteers or members. Issues of discriminatory treatment, harassment, or intimidation on any of these bases should immediately be reported to the president and, if substantiated, prompt action will be taken.



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