Instrument Repair 884x497.jpg Horizontal TabsDescription Join University of North Texas resident technician, Justin Cooper, in this one-day workshop geared toward woodwind and brass teachers. Saturday, June 16, 2018 Registration Fee: $90 *K-12 Educators: Earn 6 State of Michigan SCECH clock hours by attending this workshop. This course is now closed. Join University of North Texas resident technician, Justin Cooper, in this one-day workshop geared toward woodwind and brass teachers. Participants in this lecture/demonstration workshop will learn how to make quick and easy musical instrument repairs that can save you time and save your music budget while keeping students playing and engaged with their instruments. Topics covered include: replacing and leveling pads; putting on new tenon, neck, and key corks; adjusting keys for all woodwind instruments; fixing stuck rods, springs and stuck tuning slides; restringing rotors; valve felt adjustment; replacing water key corks and water key springs; small soldering, and any other questions that come up! Workshop will provide participants with explanatory handouts and “hands-on” opportunities to try out simple repairs. Participants will also have the opportunity to discuss resources for building a repair kit for their music room and options for where to purchase pads, string, corks, and other essentials. Faculty Justin Cooper Instructor of Professional Development, Interlochen College of Creative Arts Schedule Supplies A notebook and writing utensil (or laptop or tablet) to take notes is helpful. Handouts will be provided. Repair kits will be available for purchase from the instructor and registrants will be contacted via email in advance of course with detailed information.