The Premier Issue of Yamaha SupportED is Here!

Our goal for the magazine is to inspire and help instrumental band and orchestral directors continue to be the best teachers they can be. In this and future issues, we will share articles about real teachers, successful programs and influential artists.

In this inaugural issue, read about:

Kenneth Tse: Master of the Saxophone — A self-taught saxophonist while growing up in Hong Kong, Dr. Kenneth Tse relied on his own inner drive and unyielding love of music to rise to international prominence in the saxophone world. See how he chased his dream, his journey to the United States and how he now performs and teaches around the world.

Five Tips to Plan for a Guest Artist — World-renowned violinist Christian Howes shares insider tips on how to successfully host a guest artist.

Case Study: Mobilizing a Community to Win Yamaha Instruments — When Sean Furilla was a new band director at Marie Archer Teasley Middle School in Canton, Georgia, he rallied the community to win Yamaha's online contest, "The Quest for Music Education."

View the entire Spring 2016 issue here. 

Five Tips to Plan for a Guest Artist
Case Study: Mobilizing a Community to Win Yamaha I...

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