Saxophonist and pedagogue Neal Postma holds degrees from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (MM) and the University of Colorado (BM) and is a currently a DMA Candidate at the University of South Carolina where he serves as an Instructor of Music Appreciation. He is also on the faculty of Winthrop University and Claflin University teaching applied lessons on saxophone and chamber music. As a concert saxophonist Neal has performed across the United States, Europe and Asia giving performances in such venues as Los Angeles’ Walt Disney Concert Hall, The Newman Center for the Performing Arts and The Idyllwild Performing Arts Center. He has given recitals at universities and various regional, national and international conferences. His primary teachers are Dr. Cliff Leaman, Dr. James Bunte and Tom Myer. As an educator Neal currently is currently on the faculty at Winthrop University where he teaches applied lessons on saxophone and coaches the saxophone quartet. He also on the faculty at Claflin University where he teaches applied lessons on saxophone and clarinet. Additionally he is the graduate assistant to the music history department at the University of South Carolina where he teaches undergraduate Music Appreciation. He is also sought after as a clinician having given masterclasses and recitals at the Cincinnati Conservatory, The University of Colorado, Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University of Denver and Denver School of the Arts.
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The History of Rico International, the largest reed manufacturer in history
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