Beginning Fall 2018, a Teaching Assistantship position will be available in the Arizona State Trombone Studio for either a tenor or bass trombone. This can be awarded to either a Master’s or Doctoral student.
Duties may include:
- Applied trombone instruction
- Teaching secondary trombone to music education majors
- Supervising the trombone chamber music program
- Helping to organize and conduct the ASU Desert Bones trombone ensemble.
Prospective DMA students are required to submit a pre-screening recording. Prospective MM students are encouraged to do so.
Graduate application details can be found here:
Interested candidates, please email me for details.
Andrew Glendening, an outstanding trombonist, advocate for new music, dean of music school at the University of the Redlands and host of this past summer’s International Trombone Festival was our guest for a recital and master class.
On Saturday, Sep 16th, he presented a challenging recital featuring a retrospective of works for trombone and tape. On Wednesday, Sep 20th, he gave a thought-provoking master class, working with three trombone students: Gwyn Goltry, Nate Bitter and Paul Lynch.
We are thrilled to host Abbie Conant for her performance of William Osborne’s Aletheia.
Thursday, Sep 14th @ 7:30 pm in Katzin Concert Hall.
Learn more about the piece here.
Adam Dixon, currently working towards his DMA and a teaching assistant at ASU will play bass trumpet with the Phoenix Symphony during their season-opening performance of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring.
Timothy Hutchens (DMA, trombone, 2016) has been accepted into the U.S. Navy music program. Upon completion of basic training this summer and several weeks at the Naval School of Music, Tim will be assigned to one of the Navy’s nine fleet bands around the world.
Doug Yeo, who taught the studio for four years, has an excellent article describing the results of his work with an MRI scanner.
Here’s his article.