Saxophonist Scotty Phillips has been acclaimed and heard in performance across the United States, Canada, France, and Poland. He has performed at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall (NY), Schermerhorn Symphony Center (TN), Center for New Music (CA), Princeton Symphony Orchestra Chamber Music Series (NJ), ETHOS New Music Series (NY), Roche Visiting Artist Series (PA), First Tuesday Performance Series (GA), Wychwood Barns (ON), Opening Nights (FL), SaxOpen (France), Ratusz Staromiejski w Szczecinie (Poland), Nowosolski Dom Kultury (Poland), and Wałeckie Centrum Kultury (Poland). He has also appeared as a guest artist at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smth, Oklahoma State University, SUNY Fredonia, Mercyhurst University, University of South Florida and with the Tallahassee Symphony, Flagstaff Symphony, National Music Festival Orchestra, and Taneycomo Festival Orchestra. He currently is tenor saxophonist in Singularity Saxophone Quartet and a freelance woodwind artist in Orlando. Clarinetist Sara Eastwood maintains an active career as a recitalist, orchestral musician, and educator. She is a native of both Port Huron and Marysville, Michigan and is currently living in Tallahassee. Sara is the Instructor of Clarinet and Saxophone at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and holds the Doctor of Music degree from Florida State University. She has also performed at the World Saxophone Congress, United States Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, and at conferences of the International Clarinet Association. Sara earned her Doctor of Music degree from Florida State University. Her teachers include Daniel Gilbert, Fred Ormand, Frank Kowalsky, Chad Burrow, Deborah Bish, and Jonathan Holden.
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Scotty Phillips and Sara Eastwood
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