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Pan Pipes Summer 2018

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CHRISTINE BRUNS Editor GREGORY DICKENS Publications Manager and Art Director LESLIE ODOM MILLER SAI National President HEIDI FRANKSON Chairman, SAI Philanthropies, Inc. RUTH SIEBER JOHNSON Executive Director and Business Manager PAN PIPES CONTRIBUTORS ROBERT BRUNS JAYNE I. HANLIN DR. SUSAN COHN LACKMAN KIM MCCORMICK KATHI BOWER PETERSON STEPHANIE RILEY PAN PIPES welcomes new article submissions and ideas. Email inquiries to Christine Bruns at Deadlines for submission are as follows: SPRING: January 15 SUMMER: April 15 FALL: August 15 WINTER: November 15 S U B M I S S I O N D E A D L I N E S A Publication of Sigma Alpha Iota Philanthropies, Inc., the charitable arm of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity was organized in 1903 "to form chapters of music students and alumnae who have a sincere interest in music and uphold the highest standards of music; to further the development of music in America and throughout the world." Its journal PAN PIPES (ISSN-0889-7581) is published four times a year, in Fall, Winter, Spring, and Summer, by Sigma Alpha Iota Philanthropies, Inc., One Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805. Periodicals postage paid at Asheville, NC, and at additional mailing offices. The subscription price is $30.00 a year, $35.00 for Canadian and foreign subscriptions, $5.00 per single issue. Send subscriptions, correspondence of a general nature, and changes of address to the National Headquarters in Asheville. Printed in the United States of America. Postmaster: Send address changes to PAN PIPES, Sigma Alpha Iota National Headquarters, One Tunnel Road, Asheville, NC 28805. Email to Search: Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity One Tunnel Road Asheville, NC 28805 (828) 251-0606 • PAN PIPES COVER SAI Member Laureate Sheila Crump Johnson, courtesy of Salamander Hospitality CORRECTIONS The name of composer Cécile Chaminade was misspelled in the Spring 2018 article"The Second Annual International Music by Women Festival" Summer 2018 Volume 110, Number 4 2019 Claude T. Smith Memorial Band Composition Contest The Lambda Chapter of Phi Beta Mu established a triennial composition contest in 1982 under the leadership of the well-known composer Claude T. Smith. The continuing purpose of the contest is to encourage young composers to write music for concert band at the grade III-IV level with standard instrumentation. The winner receives $5,000 and expenses to attend the Phi Beta Mu annual meeting in Osage Beach, MO, in January 2019. Composers must be 30 years of age or younger on or before January 1, 2019. The composition must be original and unpublished. The entry must include a full score (no parts) and high quality CD recording. Deadline: August 1, 2018 Contact: Dr. Russell Coleman, Committee Chairman International Women's Brass Conference IWBC exists to educate, develop, support, and inspire all women brass musicians. For over 20 years, IWBC has successfully worked towards its mission by: • Hosting seven international conferences • Supporting outstanding musicians through the Susan Slaughter Solo Competition, many of whom have moved on to successful careers in the music field. • Commissioning new pieces for brass • Publishing NoteWorthy, the biannual newsletter of the IWBC Website: Maud Powell Society The MPS has announced that the four- volume Maud Powell Favorites collection of Violin transcriptions, Brahms Concerto Cadenza, Music Analyses and Editions, and Music Dedicated to, Commissioned by or Associated with violinist Maud Powell is available to all SAI chapters, school libraries, and string teachers at a discounted price of $95. Contact: Musical America Career Center Musical America, the leading resource in the performing arts, has a Career Center offering a place to find jobs in the performing arts. Set up a free job seeker account and search today! Website: The Music Teachers National Association The Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) offers numerous composition, performance, and chamber music competitions, with age requirements ranging from elementary school through adult. Entrants must study with a MTNA member teacher or pay a non-member fee, as well as be a US citizen or hold a US Visa or resident card. Website: OPPORTUNITIES

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