Virtual Master Class: Megumi Kanda, Trombone
October 30 @ 5:00 pm
Megumi Kanda, Principal Trombone of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, is an internationally acclaimed performer, teacher, and author. As a guest artist at the Conservatory of Music, she will present a virtual trombone master class to the conservatory students and interested members of the Pacific community.
Megumi has performed as a soloist across the United States, Europe, and Asia, including with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Pershing’s Own Army Band, the US Army Field Band, and the Prague Chamber Orchestra. She has commissioned and/or premiered works of numerous composers, including those of Amy Riebs Mills, Bruce Stark, and Geoffrey Gordon. She has been a featured guest artist at numerous trombone workshops and festivals, and appeared as guest faculty at numerous music institutions, including the New World Symphony, National Youth Orchestra, and Interlochen Arts Academy.
In April 2006, Megumi was recognized by the Arion Foundation in Tokyo, Japan as one of the most influential Japanese classical artists. Read more.
Conservatory students, faculty and staff will be able to find the Zoom link in Canvas. Other members of the community can request an access link by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.