Our final day of camp at the 2018 Seattle Sax Institute high school edition
Our 2018 middle school students participating in a team building game at the Sax Institute
Saxophone coach Dr. Rhonda Taylor mentors our high school students during our 2018 season.
Sax Institute guest artist Kate Olson led our team of students in a session focusing on “inspirational practice” in our study of the saxophone.
Dr. Evan Smith leads one of our student groups during a final performance at Seattle’s storied Royal Room jazz club.
Camp coach Jessika Smith leads students in rehearsal at the 2017 High School camp.
A fun "sax-battle" breaks out on the last day of the High School camp!
Camp coach Ivan Arteaga conducts the large-ensemble at the Middle School session.
Guest artists Peter Daniel teaches students about traditional brass-band music at the High School camp while coach Steve Treseler looks on.
Seattle Sound Repair's Jansen Dustin performs maintenance on student saxophones.
Feeling accomplished as we wrap up our Middle School session on the steps of Roosevelt High School.
Guest artist Christian Pincock leads students in the unique, instantaneous form of composition known as "Conduction."
A summer 2016 High School camp attendee displays his "Graphic Score," in which he used found materials from around his house to create a visual composition for the ensemble.
Last day at the High School camp!
Students hang outside Egan's Ballard Jam House just before their culminating performance that evening.
The 2016 Middle School camp attendees on stage performing the James Brown classic "Pass the Peas!"
Seattle Saxophone Institute co-founder Evan Smith leads students in morning warm-ups.
Sax Institute coach Kate Olson looks on and learns along alongside students during a guest artist presentation and performance
Woodwind specialist and guest artist Dr. Jay Easton displays his rare collection of saxophones, from the tiny Sopranino to the massive contra-bass Saxophone.
Annie Saltee, a bari saxophonist camp attendee, plays a duet with guest artist Dr. Jay Easton on the contra-bass saxophone.
Students take a break for lunch, leaving behind an army of horns!