2017 Reno Jazz Festival
Thank you for attending the 2017 Reno Jazz Festival! By taking a moment to fill out our survey, you are helping us continue our tradition of excellence. We appreciate your time and the investment you are making to the future of jazz.
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Concert: UNR PJIM Small Ensemble, directed by Hans Halt
Clinic: Sara Gazarek (Lyric Interpretation — Breathing Life & Sincerity Into Song)
Clinic: Don Byron
Clinic: Jeff Jarvis (Composition)
Clinic: Clay Jenkins (Trumpet)
Clinic: Brian Landrus (Woodwind Doubling)
Clinic: DeMarius Jackson (Tools for the Aspiring Military Musician)
Clinic: The Bad Plus Joshua Redman
Clinic: Randy Porter (Piano)
Concert: The Collective
Clinic: Gary Hobbs (Drums)
Clinic: Rosana Eckert (Vocal Improvisation — Letting Rhythm Lead The Way)
Clinic: The Bad Plus Joshua Redman
Concert: Reno Jazz Orchestra
Clinic: Dan Balmer (Guitar - KISS. Keys to making the most of what you have to sound good now with an eye toward the future)
Clinic: Jeff Jarvis (Top Ten Reasons Your Jazz Band Took Second Place)
Clinic: Richard Giddens (Bass)
Clinic: Rob Tapper (Trombone - Learning a Tune: Step by Step)
Clinic: Sara Gazarek (Jam Session Etiquette for Singers & Instrumentalists)
Concert: Kandinsky Effect: Warren Walker (Saxophone & Effects), Sam Minaie (Bass & Effects), Caleb Dolister (Drums)
Concert: UNR PJIM Small Ensemble, directed by Ralph Alessi
Concert: UNR PJIM Small Ensemble, directed by Ed Corey
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Did you or your group benefit from the overall Festival experience?
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What did you like best about the Reno Jazz Festival?
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Were the advance Festival materials adequate or would additional information be helpful? If so, what?
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If you stayed at a hotel while attending the Reno Jazz Festival, where did you stay?
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If you stayed in a hotel, how many nights did you stay?
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We thank you for your time and your feedback. We hope to see you at next year's festival! Mark your calendar for Reno Jazz Festival 2018: April 26-28, 2018

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