Issue: Jan-March 2015
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Around the 36th Annual Western International Band Clinic • Seattle, WA
Cheryl Floyd and the Hill Country Middle School opened the WIBC evening concerts with a fabulous performance. What a great start to the Clinic! Dr. Thomas Leslie, Director at University of Nevada - Las Vegas, congratulates the Concert-Mistress and the band on a job well done. Marianne Gedigian has a twinkle in her eye as she performs with one of the four Honor Bands at WIBC 36. She is from University of Texas at Austin.
The Registration Desk staff, Daniel Davey and Kathleen McKee really seem to like the new student-designed WIBC shirt!
The WIBC U Honor Band performs the world premier of "Flute Flight" by Mike Davis with guests Jim Walker and Marianne Gedigian. Dr. Terry Austin from Virginia Commonwealth University rehearses with one of the four Honor Bands to get concert-ready.
MC, Tracy Wright, presents a plaque to Eric Hammer and the delegation from the University of the Pacific after a great concert.
Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser leads the members of the WIBC U Honor Band through a specially designed clinic for the college students.
The Leander H. S. Wind Ensemble from Leander, Texas wowed the audience with the spirited performance on Saturday night.
Dana Henson from Oregon City and other directors experiment with the new sort wrapped trombones during sight reading.
Dr. Gerald King from the University of Victoria adds a new "international" feeling with members of the WIBC U Honor Band.
PHEP representatives from Australia and those going to Australia were introduced to the audience during the gala finale concert.

Flute virtuosos, Marianne Gedigian and James Walker, show their mutual respect for each other.
Terry Austin, Thomas Leslie, James Walker, Marianne Gedigian, Mike Bankhead, Robert W. Smith and David Holsinger were guest conductors and soloists. Guest composer/conductor, David Holsinger from Lee University rehearses a finer point in "Reese's Summer Days" with the Sunbird Honor Band.

Flute soloist, James Walker, powers his way through "The American Flute Salute"as Mike Bankhead leads the Thunderbird Honor Band.
Ten members of the WIBC U Board met to discuss the many issues that impact the future of the University Honor Band currently in its second year.

Guest flute virtuosos, Marianne Gedigian and James Walker, with Max McKee, founder of WIBC.
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