Kelly Thomas, Co-Host
Mark Nelson, Co-Host
ITEC 2010, Tuscon, Arizona
May 23 – 25 Competitions
May 25 – 29 Conference
INNOVATE ♦ TRANSLATE ♦ EDUCATE ♦ CREATE
ITEC 2010 SNAPSHOT
This conference corner will serve as a teaser to arouse your curiosity to what will take place in Tucson in 2010.
Daily Schedule will include:
Numerous recitals, chamber music concerts, lectures, panel discussions, and masterclasses; an exhibit area of new instruments, music and accessories from major corporations and suppliers; a memorial program to pay respect to those individuals who have passed away since the last time we convened at ITEC 2008 Cincinnati; the Roger Bobo and Harvey G. Phillips Awards for excellence in the fields of recording and composition; and the Late Night Jazz Sessions at Gentle Ben’s Brewery. For the adult-amateur, do not forget about the Low Blowers Ensemble.
We are delighted to announce that ITEA will be hosting a dinner and award ceremony during the conference to honor individuals who have been chosen to receive ITEA’s highest award, the Lifetime Achievement Award. This dinner will provide the membership of ITEA the opportunity to come together and present these prestigious awards.
Artists are still being confirmed, and exhibitors are making arrangements. In our next (and final) conference corner, we will give you all the details with specific artist rosters and ensembles. In addition, ITEC 2010 Competition information is available online at the conference website (iteaonline.org/ITEC2010/).
With these snippets of information, we hope you can start feeling with anticipation the excitement of a conference YOU do not want to miss. Please join your fellow members of ITEA and help celebrate our enthusiasm in the Southwest.
Kelly Thomas and Mark Nelson
ITEC 2010 Co-Hosts
School of Music
The University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ USA
For the latest and most up-to-date information, log on to: www.iteaonline.org Registration, housing, competition, and travel.