Arizona State University saxophone professor Christopher Creviston had an outstanding debut concert at the University of Hawaii at Manoa Orvis Auditorium on Monday, October 7, 2019. On Thursday, he held a masterclass at Punahou School, Montague Hall, and shared his insights on "Learning to Manipulate the Saxophone". It was a pleasure to have Mr. Creviston share his music and saxophone mastery with us!
Mr. Creviston has performed in venues ranging from Carnegie Hall to the Apollo Theatre and Prince's Paisley Park. He is respected around the world as a saxophonist with the utmost control and artistry. As soloist and with the Capitol Quartet, he has been featured before some of the most respected ensembles in North America, including the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the National Orchestra, and the Indianapolis Symphony. He has held positions at the Crane School of Music, the University of Windsor, the University of Michigan, and is currently on faculty at Arizona State University. Creviston is President of the North American Saxophone Alliance and a Yamaha Artist.
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The Hawaii Saxophone Foundation is a non-profit organization created to raise the level of awareness and education of the saxophone in Hawaii. Plans to achieve this will be by commissioning new compositions, hosting clinicians for workshops and concerts, providing college scholarships and eventually providing instruments to schools in need.