Jennifer Baunoch-Crowell

Jennifer Baunoch-Crowell
Gemeinhardt Company Director of Marketing

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...Educational and inspirational photographs, articles, and videos, encompassing the artistry of the flute and piccolo.

Monday, April 11, 2011


National Association of School Music Dealers held their annual convention the end of March. We were proud to be a platinum sponsor this year for this event, as we continue to give our support to a crucial group of music dealers who are dedicated to supporting music education and blossoming musicians. In the next couple of days I will post some photos and videos of the event. We were proud to have Stephanhouser and Brio artists for Gemeinhardt performing some great jazz for the Gemeinhardt sponsored breakfast which has been a tradition at this event for years. Ali Ryerson, jazz musician, recording artist, and jazz chair for the National Flute Association played on the New Generation Gemeinhardt 3sb and Shawn "Thunder" Wallace professor of jazz at Ohio State University, and recording artist played on his Stephanhouser sax.
It was an amazing week of continuing to build our relationships and friendships with a terrific group of people who do so much for their communities all over the U.S. and Canada!

New Gems for the New Gen

We at Gemeinhardt have been busy gearing up for all the new and exciting things going on here. We have introduced new models, we are reintroducing an important artist and clinician for us and how she will be involved more intimately with our company, and we are working on a newly refreshed website. Our New Generation headjoint and flutes are continuing to gain more and more popularity all though just introduced in the last couple of months. Our new Roy Seaman piccolo also continues to impress even the most exacting musicians and craftsperson. I Just received a note from Phil Unger of Flute Center of New York, he "Loves the new Roy Seaman Storm piccolo!". Keep checking back, we have many exciting announcements coming in the next several months.....