COVID-19 Update

It has been an interesting past two weeks. All of my music gigs have been canceled indefinitely. I’ve been self quarantined in my cabin doing remote music classes/lessons with the Mountain Academy.

So far, the band has done a great job rehearsing for our spring concert. It was a hard, but necessary, decision to cancel our last March rehearsal. Now our Spring Concert on May 2nd has also been canceled. I’m working with the board to set up a later date so we can perform our Spring Concert music.

The best thing about being holed up in your home is the extra amount of practice time that is offered! Perhaps I will post more remote conducting videos for you to practice along with. I truly miss all of you and wish you the best of luck during these strange times. Please stay healthy! I hope to see you all again soon!

Best,

-Zach Singer
JHCB Conductor

Bio

Zachary Singer earned his Bachelor of Music Degree from San Francisco Conservatory of Music in 2012 and Master of Music Degree from The University of Texas-Austin in 2014. His passion for playing percussion has led to performing in some of the greatest concert halls in the world including The Berliner Philharmonie, The National Concert Hall in Taipei and The Kennedy Center. Zachary joined the Jackson Hole Community Band in May 2015 as a percussionist. Since then, he has taken on more music projects in Jackson. When announced In March 2016, Zachary jumped at the opportunity to lead the JHCB as the new director. He is very excited to work with a group of well rounded musicians and expand his musical prowess.