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Nora Nausbaum


My main instrument now is alto flute. Love the low sound. I've played and taught flute all my life, 40+ years! Have taught at the college level many a year ago at Northern Michigan University and at Arkansas State University. I attended many Jamey Aebersold jazz camps and now, together with my husband Bill Douglass and many volunteers, I run one! Sierra Jazz Camp offered by Sierra Jazz Society, in the foothills an hour east of Sacramento. Our jazz camp has wonderful energy, lots of support and is for all ages, all instruments and voice. I play mostly with bass and guitar, sometimes adding drums when there opportunity arises.

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Sierra Jazz Society January Concert With Faculty And Students

Grass Valley jazz: Bill Douglass leads the musical lineup including John Girton, Kit Bailey, Nora Nausbaum, Al Bent and SJS students. Our special guests are jazz vocalist Beth Duncan and jazzharpist Motoshi Kosako. We'll serve complimentary Coffee and cookies. Join us on January 19 at 2 pm for the last in our Winter Concert series. Venue ...

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Sierra Jazz Society Concert Series With Faculty And Students

Sierra Jazz Society Presents our second concert in our Winter Concert series. It's Saturday, December 22, 2012 at 2 p.m. the location is Unitarian Universalist Community of the Mountains at 246 S. Church St., Grass Valley. Bill Douglass leads the faculty, friends and students of Sierra Jazz Society in a concert full of variety and wonderful ...


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