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July 2020

Virtual Trombone Workshop

July 15 - July 18
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This year has presented unparalleled challenges to our students and hindered our ability as musicians to join together. In an effort to provide the best opportunities to our students, we are launching the Virtual Trombone Workshop this July. On behalf of the administrative team, I would like to invite you and your students to participate! The Virtual Trombone Workshop will take place entirely online, via the Zoom platform, from July 15th to 18th, 2020. Registration is completely free! In lieu…

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Italian Brass Week – A Cosmic Breath: a Virtual Festival with Real Musicians

July 19 - July 26
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For this 21st edition of the Italian Brass Week, although bound by the restrictions for the Covid-19 emergency, we have decided to carry on our mission, using tools and formulas that allow us to donate music, training, emotions and sharing to all those who will join us through our social channels at no cost to participate. A virtual festival but with real musicians. Young interpreters, teachers, international soloists have given life, every year, to a capillary work, full of energy,…

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August 2020

(Virtual) Southeast Trombone Symposium

August 1 - August 4
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We are thrilled to announce that registration is now open for the 2020 Streaming STS. We are of course disappointed that we will not be able to deliver the in-person STS, but as you can see we are planning a tremendous event that we are making extremely affordable. The dates are August 1-4, 2020. Faculty include Nicole Abissi, George Curran, Bradley Palmer, Colin Williams, Nathan Zgonc, and joining us remotely from New York, John Fedchock. Other than John Fedchock, the rest of the STS faculty will be…

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(Virtual) Eastman Summer Trombone Institute

August 2 - August 8
Eastman School of Music, Rochester, New York

Mark Kellogg, director Faculty: Larry Zalkind, Jim Martin, Catie Hickey, Brendan Lanighan, Chris Azzara, and Priscilla Yuen The Eastman Summer Trombone Institute is an intensive, informative and supportive environment for trombonists who wish to challenge themselves while growing their musical skills and becoming familiar with the many facets of performing and teaching. The expertise of the faculty allows us to cover important topics during the week such as audition preparation, jazz improvisation, recording for movie and television soundtracks, orchestral playing,…

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Vancouver Trombone Week

August 10 - August 14
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Come make some beautiful noise with Ko-Ichiro Yamamoto of the Seattle Symphony, Ken Thompkins of the Detroit Symphony, Casey Jones of the Oregon Symphony, and Brian Wendel and Ilan Morgenstern of the Vancouver Symphony, in the most beautiful city on the planet! Faculty recitals, masterclasses, private lessons, solo competition, trombone choir, and chamber music A limited number of merit-based assistantships available, affordable housing, and a favorable exchange rate make this an outstanding opportunity for any trombone student! Tuition: 350usd/450cad. Event Website  

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September 2020

Dutch Bass Trombone Open

September 11 - September 13
Akoesticum, Ede, The Netherlands

The exclusive bass trombone event in the World is held every two years. It started in 2006 as a fun idea between some bass trombone friends. 11-13th September 2020 will be the 8th edition. The DBTO is organized by Marcel Schot and Bert Damsma two long time friends both working in the music industry and bass trombonist of course. Marcel is the brass shop owner of www.atelierpfeiffer.nl one of the premier brass shops in the Netherlands and Bert, sales manager at…

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November 2020

Higdon Low Brass Concerto with the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

November 21 @ 8:00 pm
Kodak Hall, Eastman Theatre, Rochester, NY

Music Director Ward Stare leads your RPO in three distinct pieces of work, connected by their differences in this interesting program. Strauss’ Metamorphosen is an elegiac opus for 23 strings that the LA Weekly called, “Solemn, dark, and resigned music from the end of a sorrowing composer’s life.” Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Jennifer Higdon’s Low Brass Concerto has been called a “wonderfully accessible, richly melodic new work…” by the Chicago Sun-Times. Beethoven’s powerful “Eroica” Symphony represents a turning point in musical history.…

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