Our annual Early Band Discovery Class is back!! This class is designed for students entering 4th grade and up who haven’t played a musical instrument before and would like to begin learning one in the fall. Each student will try 5 of the main band instruments in a group class with assistance from our knowledgeable staff and help them choose which one is right for them. The 2 day class is broken into 2 groups. Group 1 will start on Tuesday, July 14, 2015 and Group 2 will start on Wednesday, July 15, 2015. On these days the students will learn about Flute, Clarinet, and Alto Sax. The 2nd day for Group 1 will be Thursday, July 16, 2015 and Group 2 will be on Friday, July 17, 2015. The 2nd day the students will learn about Trumpet and Trombone. Class starts promptly at 6pm each day, please arrive 15 minutes early for registration and payment. The class costs $25 per student for both days. Space is limited for each group, so call to sign up today! If you can’t make this class, please call to schedule a private session for only $10.00 more.
When: Tuesday, July 14, 2015 thru Friday, July 17, 2015
Where: L & L Music-Wind Shop, Inc.
We would like to welcome him to our team of repair technicians.
Gary came to work for us in August 2014 after moving to the area from Charleston, South Carolina. Primarily a bass player (double and electric), he has 30 years’ on the job experience repairing all brass and woodwind instruments. After starting at the age of 14 years old in a Los Angeles repair shop, Gary grew into repairing musical instruments and has been doing it ever since. After high school he attended Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. After earning his degree, he remained in California repairing at high end repair shops and playing bass professionally. He enjoys working on flutes, especially professional models. When he is not repairing or playing, Gary’s hobbies include baseball and travel.
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DC Horn Day
Sponsored by The Capital Horn Club and The Catholic University of America
When: Sunday, May 17, 2015
Where: Benjamin Rome School of Music
The Catholic University of America
620 Michigan Ave. NE
Washington, DC 20064
Time: 9:30am to 5pm
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Hornists of the National Symphony will be playing and giving masterclasses at Catholic University in Washington DC as part of DC Horn Day from 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The National Symphony Orchestra horn section (Abel Pereira, Laurel Ohlson, James Nickel, Scott Fearing, Joy Hodges Branagan, and Chandra Cervantes) will be featured in addition to the US Army Horn Quartet (SSG Kelly Satterwhite, SFC Shawn Hagen, SSG Christy Klenke, SFC Rob Craven). L & L Music-Wind Shop will be on hand with a sampling of instruments, accessories, and sheet music.
Enter to win Free Instrument Maintenance for 1 year!!
No purchase necessary to enter. To enter, come in the store and fill out and submit the entry form. One Entry allowed per person. Maintenance good for One instrument listed on form at time of entry. Illegible entries will not be considered for drawing. Entry deadline is May 30, 2015. Winner will be announced on our blog and facebook June 2, 2015.
Spring Break Sale
April 1-15, 2015
~All Clarinets – 35% off list price
~Clarinet Mouthpieces and Ligatures – 30% off list price
~Clarinet Cases – Extra 10% off our price
~Clarinet Music – 10% off list price
~Metronomes & Tuners –15% off our price
~K & M ”Rainbow” Series Music Stands – $24.99
Disclosures: No trade ins or rental credits allowed. Cannot be combined with other offers or coupons. Sale prices good on in stock inventory only 4/1/15 to 4/15/15.
Earth Day Sale
April 22, 2015
~Single Reeds – 25% off our price per box (whole boxes only)
~Double Reeds – 25% off 5 or more (Oboe, English Horn, Bassoon, & Contra Bassoon)
~Synthetic Reeds – 25% off 3 or more (includes: Légère, Harry Hartmann, & Fibercell)
Disclosures: No exchanges allowed. Cannot be combined with other offers or coupons. Sale prices good on in stock inventory only on 4/22/15.
MCPS spring break is April 3, 2015 thru April 12, 2015. If your instrument is in need of maintenance during spring break, please bring it in by Saturday, April 4, 2015. If you do, we will guarantee completion by the Saturday, April 11, 2015*.
*Guarantee is good on normal maintenance, not overhauls or repads. If parts need to be ordered, we will try our best to get them in on time, but can’t guarantee the manufacturer will have them available.
Congratulations to the winner of our monthly drawing – Melissa McDonald. She is the winner of a music note scarf.
Rockville Concert Band presents Music For All Ages: Reel Music
When: Sunday, April 12, 2015 3:00pm
Where: F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, 603 Edmonston Dr., Rockville, MD 20851
L & L Music-Wind Shop is sponsoring this event and will be at the concert beforehand with a selection of instruments for a “petting zoo.” All ages are welcome to try any brass or woodwind instrument we have on hand. See you there!
Montgomery Philharmonic Orchestra presents Gustav Mahler: A Union of Symphony and Song
-Songs of a Wayfarer (1884-85) – featuring Matthew Woorman – baritone
-Symphony No. 1, “Titan” (1887-88)
When: Sunday, April 19, 2015 7:00pm
Where: Gaithersburg Presbyterian Church, 610 S. Frederick Ave., Gaithersburg, MD 20877
This fourth concert studies Gustav Mahler and the relationships among his works. Mahler changed the musical world and more specifically, he changed, forever, our perception of a symphony. Never again would a symphony have four movements. Never again would it be tonally centered, and never again would each movement use standard forms. Never again would using voices in a symphony merely be orchestra with chorus, and none of these symphony characteristics would ever return with composers who followed Mahler. He made the musical community sit up and listen.
Montgomery Philharmonic welcomes baritone Matthew Woorman to the stage to sing Songs of a Wayfarer, Mahler’s first work for voice and orchestra. Characteristics as well as melodic and harmonic content transferred from Songs of a Wayfarer to both Symphony No. 1 and Symphony No. 5 by Mahler. As we play Symphony No. 1, our audience will have the opportunity to compare and contrast Mahler’s compositional styles.