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Past Conferences

Lawrence University (Appleton, Wisconsin, USA); June 20–24
Howard Niblock and Carl Rath, hosts

Columbus State University (Columbus, Georgia, USA); June 26–30
Susan Tomkiewicz and Ron Wirt, hosts

National Olympic Memorial Youth Center (Tokyo, Japan); August 15–19
Hitomi Sugawara, host

New York University (New York City, New York, USA); August 5–9
Matthew Sullivan, host

University of Redlands (Redlands, California, USA); June 25–29
Carolyn Beck and Francisco Castillo, hosts

Miami University (Oxford, Ohio, USA); June 7–11
Andrea Ridilla and Christin Schllinger, hosts

Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona, USA); May 31–June 4
Albie Micklich and Martin Schuring, hosts

The University of Oklahoma (Norman, Oklahoma, USA); June 22–26
Johanna Cox and Carl Rath, hosts

2009
38th Annual Conference
Birmingham Conservatoire (Birmingham, England); July 21–25
Geroge Caird, host

2008
37th Annual Conference
Brigham Young University (Provo, Utah, USA); July 22–26
Geralyn Giovannetti and Christian Smith, hosts

2007
36th Annual Conference
Ithaca College (Ithaca, New York, USA); June 12–16
Lee Goodhew Romm and Paige Morgan, hosts

2006
35th Annual Conference
Ball State University (Muncie, Indiana, USA); July 25–29
Keith Sweger, host

2005
34th Annual Conference
University of Texas at Austin (Austin, Texas, USA); June 4–8
Rebecca Henderson and Kristin Wolfe Jensen, hosts

2004
33rd Annual Conference
Monash University (Melbourne, Australia ); June 29–July 3
Anne Gilby, host

2003
32nd Annual Conference
University of North Carolina at Greensboro (Greensboro, North Carolina, USA); June 17–21
Ashley Barret, Michael Burns, and James Prodan; hosts

2002
31st Annual Conference
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity (Banff, Alberta , Canada); August 6–10
Marc Fink and Stéphane Lévesque, hosts

2001
30th Annual Conference
West Virginia University (Morgantown, West Virginia, USA); August 7–11
Cynthia Anderson and Terry B. Ewell, hosts

2000
29th Annual Conference
Conservatorio Municipal de Musica, Manuel de Falla (Buenos Aires, Argentina); August 10–14
Andrea Merenzon, host

1999
28th Annual Conference
University of Wisconsin at Madison (Madison, Wisconsin, USA); August 10–14
Marc D Fink, host

1998
27th Annual Conference
Arizona State University (Tempe, Arizona, USA); June 2–6
Jeffrey Lyman and Martin Schuring, hosts

1997
26th Annual Conference
Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois, USA); June 25–29
Robert Barris, host

1996
25th Annual Conference
Florida State University (Tallahassee, Florida, USA); June 1–5
Jeffery Keesecker and Eric Ohlsson, hosts

1995
24th Annual Conference
Rotterdam, The Netherlands; August 29–September 2
Koen van Slogeteren, host

1994
23rd Annual Conference
Indiana University (Bloomington, Indiana, USA); August 9–13
Edwin Lacy, host

1993
22nd Annual Conference
University of Minnesota (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA); July 27–31
John Anderson, host

1992
21st Annual Conference
Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst (Frankfurt am Main, Germany); August 11–16
Heiko Dechert, host

1991
20th Annual Conference
Towson State University (Towson, Maryland, USA); August 13–17
Gene Griswald, host

1990
19th Annual Conference
Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA); August 8–11
William Ludwig and Mark Ostoich, hosts

1989
18th Annual Conference
Royal Northern College of Music (Manchester, UK); August 12–17
William Waterhouse, host

1988
17th Annual Conference
University of Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia, Canada); August 8–12
Alexandra Phoran and Philip Young, hosts

1987
16th Annual Conference
University of Nevada at Las Vegas (Las Vegas, Nevada, USA); August 16–19
Yoshiyuki Ishikawa, host

1986
15th Annual Conference
North Carolina School of the Arts (Winston–Salem, North Carolina, USA); August 11–14
John Ellis, host

1985
14th Annual Conference
University of Colorado Boulder (Boulder, Colorado, USA); August 11–14
Robert Olson, host

1984:
13th Annual Conference
Graz, Austria; August 11–15
Werner Schulze, host

1983
12th Annual Conference
Florida State University (Tallahassee, Florida, USA); August 14–17
Nancy Fowler and Bill Winstead, hosts

1982
11th Annual Conference
Towson State University (Towson, Maryland, USA); August 15–18
Gene Griswold, host

1981
10th Annual Conference
Texas Tech University (Lubbock, Texas, USA); August 12–15
Richard Meek, host

1980
9th Annual Conference
University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, Scotland); August 12–15
Michael Tilmouth, host

1979
8th Annual Conference
The Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio, USA); August 20–22
William Baker and Robert Cochran, hosts

1978
7th Annual Conference
Occidental College (Los Angeles, California, USA); August 12–23
Don Christlieb and Earle Dumler, hosts

1977
6th Annual Conference
University of Evansville (Evansville, Indiana, USA); August 15–17
Ed Lacy, host

1976
5th Annual Conference
University of Toronto (Toronto, Ontario, Canada); August 16-18
Christopher Weait, host

1975
4th Annual Conference
Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois, USA); August 10–11
Wilbur Simpson, host

1974
3rd Annual Conference
University of Miami (Coral Gables, Florida, USA); June 17–18
Julien Balogh, host

1973
2nd Conference
Augustana College (Sioux Falls, South Dakota, USA); August 20-21
Leland Lillehaug and Richard Rath, hosts

1972
1st Conference
University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA); August 1–3
Lewis Hugh Cooper, host

1971
Meeting of the Double Reed International Club
Mid-West Band Master’s Convention (Chicago, Illinois, USA); December 16

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