The Soffer Duo, consisting of Jeff Soffer and Karalyn Soffer, was formed in 2011. Jeff and Karalyn are both Band Directors in Oregon (USA) and are active saxophone performers. They have performed all across the United States and in Europe, with most notable performances including the World Saxophone Congress XVI in Scotland, NASA Biennial and Regional Conferences, International Navy Band Symposiums, New England Saxophone Symposiums, the Crane Chamber Saxophone Festival, numerous recitals, and were guest artists at Boise State University (Idaho). Both Jeff and Karalyn are founding members of the Rose Saxophone Quartet in Oregon, and performed Walter Hartley’s Quartet Concerto accompanied by the Roseburg Symphonic Band in 2016. Jeff was a Concerto Competition winner and performed the Glazunov Concerto with the UMass Symphony Orchestra. He received his MM in Saxophone Performance and BM in Music Education and Saxophone Performance, both from the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying with Lynn Klock. Karalyn was a baritone saxophone soloist at the 2014 North American Saxophone Alliance Conference. She received her MM in Saxophone Performance from the University of Massachusetts Amherst, and a BM in Music Education from the Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam. Her teachers include Timothy McAllister, Christopher Creviston and Lynn Klock.
Jul 13 201819:00
recitalJohn David Lamb (1935): Barefoot Dances - Firm, Swinging, Walking, Lively, Jaunty, BriskMarc Mellits (1966): Tachycardia
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