Endangered Instrument Program

The Endangered Instrument Program was founded in 1990 as an in-school program to encourage students to play less-commonly played instruments. Todd Gowers has worked with the program since its inception. It has now evolved into SYSO in the Schools, working with over 200 students in 16 schools, providing weekly free group lessons for String Bass, Oboe, Bassoon, French Horn, Trombone and Tuba.


Bass clef

© Todd Gowers 2024,  photographs ©Erika Langley