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  1. Why Join ITEA? Here are SOME of the Reasons

    The International Tuba-Euphonium Association is a valuable organization. They have conferences in various locations where you can hear top artists, see the latest music and instruments, and meet many new/old friends. They publish a quarterly journal, which is currently being expanded to include content for players of all abilities and ages. You can be a member and get the electronic journal for only $35/year! If you prefer a printed journal that is available for $55/year. Learn more here: ...
  2. Music for the ITEC 2014 Competitions

    Competition season is fast approaching. A few days ago I posted the music for the Falcone International Competition. But there is also an international competition from the International Tuba-Euphonium Association (ITEA). Deadlines and registration details can be found at the link here:

    Below is the music required, with links to as many as I could find online.

  3. Tuba Audition in Ft. Collins, Colorado

    There is an audition coming up in March for principal tuba in the Ft. Collins, CO, Symphony Orchestra. This is a very part-time position, but if you are living in this area or planning on moving there, it's a good orchestra.

    More details can be found in the Tuba Auditions Topic of our Tuba-Euphonium Forum.
  4. Toledo Symphony Orchestra - Principal Tuba

    The Toledo Symphony Orchestra is about to audition for a tuba vacancy. Resumes are due by October 1, 2006, and the audition date is November 10. More info can be found here:

  5. George Mason University Tuba Auditions.

    George Mason University offers some great competitive and non-competitive playing opportunities at their Potomoc Festivals International Euphonium and Tuba Competition. Details are in our forum in the Tuba - Auditions category:

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  6. Ann Arbor Symphony - Summer 2005

    Principal Tuba

    Solo: Vaughn Williams: Tuba Concerto - First Movement

    Orchestral excerpts:

    Berlioz: Symphonie Fantastique - last movement, 84 - end

    Berlioz: Hungarian March from the Damnation of Faust

    Mahler: Symphony #1 - third movement, rehearsal number 1 - 4

    Prokofiev: Symphony #5 - first movement, rehearsal number 3 - 6

    Wagner: The Ride of the Valkyries

    Wagner: Overture to Die Meistersinger ...
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