Saxophonist, Recording Artist and Educator
“I love Légère reeds for two main reasons; Number One – They don’t dry out Number Two - They are consistent every time I pick up my horn.
I have played a lot of outdoor gigs and festivals over the past 23 years in Colorado. Until I discovered Légère reeds I had to keep a cup of water on stage to soak my reeds….sometimes it would get so dry I would have to switch them out every song…..not anymore.” - Bob
Bob Hemenger is a Colorado based Musician, Educator and Naturalist. His soulful approach to the saxophone and years of teaching how indigenous people lived with the land have led him down many interesting roads.
Bob has performed and recorded with a long list of musicians including 5 time Grammy Award winner Victor Wooten; Darrell Scott, Zac Brown Band, The Motet, Band of Heathens, Elephant Revival, Railroad Earth and more.
Over the years he has been a high school teacher, the principal of an alternative high school, owned/operated a primitive skills workshop business, worked in the adventure travel business. In addition to this, Bob successfully implemented a public school music program based on American Roots music and was a presenter at Stanford University.
For the last eight years he has been an instructor at Victor Wooten’s Center for Music and Nature where he helps people deepen the connection between music, nature and themselves.
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