Dr. Scott Campbell has performed as a soloist and presented master classes in Australia, China, Finland, France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and throughout the United States. Has appeared with various ensembles, most notably the Dallas Pops Orchestra, Plano Symphony, Odysseus Chamber Orchestra and the Allen Philharmonic and performed with musicians such as The O’Jays, Martina McBride, and Ben Folds. Along with numerous solo recitals, Dr. Campbell has given world-premiere performances at the North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial conference.
Dr. Campbell has served on the faculty of Southwestern Adventist University and Mountain View College and maintained a large studio that averaged between 80-100 private students in the DFW area and included Timber Creek High School. His students have gone on to be accepted into prestigious programs such as Eastman School of Music, Northwestern University, Peabody Conservatory, the New School, University of North Texas, Berklee College of Music, and Interlochen Arts Academy.
Dr. Campbell received his doctorate degree in saxophone performance from the University of North Texas where he served as Teaching Fellow of saxophone and taught a large studio of saxophone students.
In addition to performing and teaching, Dr. Campbell has been featured as an interviewee in The Instrumentalist, Southwestern Musician, and The Wave. Dr. Campbell currently serves as Woodwind Category Manager for Conn-Selmer, Inc and performs on Henri Selmer Paris saxophones.
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Le "Super Action 80 Série II" dit Série II" est le modèle le plus ancien fabriqué dans notre usine. Il est porteur des qualités acoustiques des modèles historiques. Colonne vertébrale de notre catalogue, c'est l'alto polyvalent par excellence.
Le soprano Série III rend le soprano plus facile à jouer, plus juste et plus confortable ergonomiquement. L'émission de son registre aigu, qui est étendu jusqu'au sol aigu, a été grandement facilité. Le choix entre les bocaux courbe et droit permet de se l'approprier plus facilement.