Published: Sep 24, 2013
Stop by The University of Tampa on Wednesday, Sept. 25, for the University’s fourth annual Sax Nite — and don’t forget to bring your own horn. The concert, which begins at 7:30 p.m. in Plant Hall’s Grand Salon, will end with a piece for saxophone choir that anyone in the audience who plays sax can join in on.
The concert will feature Scott Devlin, adjunct professor of saxophone, the UT Saxophone Colossus ensemble comprised of current and former UT saxophonists, the UT Saxophone Quartet and other special guests.
Devlin has been a professional musician at Walt Disney World for 20 years where he has conducted and performed with many different groups. He currently plays bass sax and is the leader of the Magic Kingdom Quartet. Devlin recently performed with the London Symphony Orchestra and has been featured as a soloist with the Orlando Concert Band.
For more information, contact Jeffrey Traster, director of bands, winds and percussion, at firstname.lastname@example.org
or the UT music office at (813) 253-6212.