Buy your mouthpiece online in a few clicks

Echoes of the sound by Selmer BEYOND
THE SOUND

Filter by :
Focus on
Supreme Alto Saxophone, the new era
Selmer

History Notes #07 : Last Super Sax

Today, Douglas Pipher examines the history of rare and little-known instruments: the Dorsey model, a
Outings and event

Kriss Valentin: a musical comic strip, a transversal project

Accompanied by five musicians and six cartoonists, saxophonist Giordano Muto tells us nine stories t
Outings and event

Jazz at Lincoln Center pays tribute to John Coltrane

The 2021 spring season at Jazz at Lincoln Center will end on a high note on Thursday with a concert
Artists

The Apollo Saxophone Quartet accompanies silent movies with "Journey Across the Impossible"

The quartet has chosen a collection of short films, many from the pioneering days of film experiment
Selmer

History Notes #06 : Balanced Action

It laid the foundation for the modern saxophone, established itself in the American market and was a
Outings and event

Immersion in the Brussels Museum of Musical Instruments (MIM)

Founded in 1877, the MIM has one of the richest and most diversified collections in the world, with
Outings and event

Voices of Hope, Carnegie Hall's online festival

Carnegie Hall recently launched its first free online music and arts festival: Voices of Hope. It fe
Artists

Meeting with Stephen Williamson

Principal clarinetist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Stephen Williamson talks to us about his in
Artists

Todd Levy & his Signature clarinet

Todd Levy has been playing the Signature clarinet for over 20 years but he still remembers the first
Selmer

History Notes #05 : Radio Improved

In 1934, the Henri Selmer Paris workshops began the smallest production cycle in the history of the
Artists

Cristina Delgado pays tribute to Pedro Iturralde with “Maestro”

Soloist and professor at the Conservatory of Music of the Canary Islands, Cristina Delgado is prepar