Nicki Roman is regarded as a highly active, diverse and emerging concert saxophonist. She is a winner of the Music Teacher’s National Association Young Artist Solo Competition, the North American Saxophone Alliance Solo Competition, William C. Byrd International Competition and is the first classical saxophonist to be the recipient of the International Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship. She has presented solo and chamber music performances throughout the United States, Europe and Asia. She has also been a concerto soloist with orchestras such as the Eastman Symphony Orchestra, Northwest Florida Symphony Orchestra and the University of North Florida Orchestra. In addition, she has presented recitals and masterclasses for students at the University of North Florida, University of South Florida, Nazareth College, Manfield University, Frostburg State University, Eastman Summer Saxophone Institute, Illinois Summer Youth Music Camps and the Eastman Community Music School. Nicki is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree with a certificate in Collegiate Music Teaching and a minor in Instrumental Pedagogy at the Eastman School of Music. In addition, she is a recipient of the prestigious Eastman Performer’s Certificate and the John Celentano Award for chamber music excellence. She currently serves as Assistant Director to the Eastman Saxophone Project (ESP), the first conductorless saxophone ensemble in the United States to perform completely from memory. She received her Master’s Degree from the University of Illinois and her Bachelor’s from the University of North Florida.
Jul 11 201811:00
lectureA performance guide and analysis of Bruno Mantovani’s Bug for solo Bb clarinet (adapted for alto saxophone)
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