Vandoren at NASA 2020

Date Posted: March 08, 2020

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Friday, March 6th

The Profile mouthpiece for alto and soprano saxophones were anticipated items for saxophonists to try! With the latest addition of the Pink-Gold Optimum for alto saxophone, this made a desirable, warm, and vibrant combination.

The first night of the conference, we celebrating the Opening Gala with Vandoren Artist Gabriel Pique performing.

Profile mouthpiece with Pink-Gold Optimum ligature

Artist Relations and Product Specialist, Martin Trillaud, was instrumental in developing the Profile mouthpiece line

(L-R): Michael Fenoglio, Martin Trillaud, and Richard Brasseale

Richard Brasseale demonstrating the new mouthpiece

Artist-Clinician Matthew Younglove stops by the booth for an exclusive Profile T-shirt

Vandoren Artist Gabriel Piqué performing Jean-Deni Michat 'Shams' (2010)

Vandoren Artist Gabriel Piqué with Arizona State University Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, March 7th

Saturday was packed with talent and inspirational performances. Here are some of our Vandoren Artists and Artist-Clinicians performing at the NASA Conference.

Vandoren Artist Joseph Lulloff

Vandoren Artist Andrew Allen

Vandoren Artist Roxy Coss

(L-R): Alex Graham, Roxy Coss, Bryon Ruth, Peter Sommer

Artist-Clinician Alex Graham

Sunday, March 8th

This day consisted of a few more performances and many trails of the AP3 and SP3.

We welcome the latest addition to the Artist-Clinician team, Taylor Barbay-Assad from Baton Rouge, LA
To schedule a free Vandoren clinic with Taylor, click here.

(L-R): Vandoren Artists Don-Paul Kahl and Jackie Glazier
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