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Glen Gillis and Bonnie Nicholson

Glen Gillis and Bonnie Nicholson
Glen Gillis is Professor of Saxophone, Conducting, and Music Education at the University of Saskatchewan. His career has spanned over three decades in the realms of classical, contemporary, and jazz music, with performances across North America, Europe and Asia. Having performed at many NASA and World Saxophone Congresses, he hosted the 2013 NASA Region 9 Conference and is currently the director of Region 9. He released SaxSpectrum in 2009 (MSR Classics) and SaxSpectrum 2 in 2014 highlighting his original compositions and commissioned works for saxophone. International music magazines such as Fanfare, American Music Guide, BBC Music Magazine and Gramophone gave strong reviews of his CDs. He has several published compositions for saxophone and band with Eighth Note Publications (Alfred Music). He received degrees from the University of Saskatchewan, Northwestern University, and the University of Missouri.
Bonnie Nicholson is a pianist, teacher and chamber musician from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Her degrees include a Bachelor of Music (Performance) and a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Saskatchewan, as well as an A.R.C.T. in Piano Performance from the R.C.M. For over 25 years, Bonnie has served as a Sessional Lecturer in Piano, at the Department of Music, U of S, in Saskatoon. 
Glen Gillis, saxophone
Bonnie Nicholson, piano
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