CONGRATULATIONS TO Xavier Larsson a fantastic and extremely successful young saxophonist just won the grand prize at the INTERMUSICA Birkfeld - Austria as the first saxophonist ever!
The Yamaha Music Foundation Of Europe Scholarship Program in 2014/2015
We are pleased to announce the 26th year of the Scholarship scheme for music students.
A total of 45 scholarships in 31 countries will be awarded to full-time students in 2014/2015.
Can you make a 3D-printed saxophone that's a fraction as heavy as a "normal" one but sounds, to the untrained ear, virtually the same? Yes. I mean, you probably couldn't, but luthier Olaf Diegel has done exactly that. Diegel took a break from making high-end 3D-printed guitars and tried his hand at the complex key structure of an alto saxophone, producing a prototype that's made almost entirely of printed plastic.
You can now create your user account on our website and submit one or more projects to SaxOpen's artistic committee. Concertos submissions are over, but more than 240 slots are available for recitals, lectures, and other originals projects!
As SaxOpen wants to welcome every music style and every musicians (professional, student, amateur, young, experienced, etc.), everyone has a chance to be selected!
Deadline for submitting a project :
December 31, 2014