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June 2013

Saxquest 2013 Performance/Clinic Series Featuring Paul DeMarinis & Kim Portnoy July 20

We would like to invite you out for another great event at Saxquest. On Saturday, July 20, we will be hosting a performance/clinic with Paul DeMarinis and Kim Portnoy. This event will be from 2pm – 4pm, and as always … Continue reading

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Saxquest Special Event – Ramon Wodkowski – woodwind mouthpiece specialist

Saxquest is thrilled to offer an exciting opportunity for woodwind instrumentalists. This coming Monday and Tuesday (June 24 & 25) we’ll be hosting internationally acclaimed mouthpiece specialist, Ramon Wodkowski. Ramon’s clients include many of the world’s leading soloists, orchestral musicians … Continue reading

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Saxquest 2013 Clinic/Masterclass Series Presents Tim Zavadil – June 22

Saxquest is thrilled to welcome Tim Zavadil to the shop on Saturday, June 22, from 1pm-3pm. This is a clinic/masterclass geared towards our clarinet faithful. This event is free and open to the public. Tim Zavadil is a long-time friend … Continue reading

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Conn-O-Sax duet with Chip McNeill & Dave Pietro – Saxquest shop

In St. Louis for Jim Widner’s Big Band Camp at UMSL (University of Missouri St. Louis), Chip McNeill & Dave Pietro pick up the Conn-O-Saxes. We just happened to have the camera rolling to catch this impromptu Conn-O-Sax duet – … Continue reading

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Paul “Doc” Tenney Obituary – passed away this evening (9 Jun 2013)

It’s with a heavy heart that I relay the news of the passing of a good friend and long-time business partner Paul “Doc” Tenney. Doc passed away this evening around 7PM peacefully at home with his loving wife, Jan, by … Continue reading

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Freddie Washington stops in at Saxquest

Local legend Freddie Washington stopped by the shop this week to have his flute adjusted. Freddie was a mainstay at the old Gaslight Square clubs in the 60’s and can still be heard playing around town.

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