New York based trombonist Richard Harris has an incredibly deep and diverse resume which includes performing with many of the top ensembles and commercial artists throughout the U.S. He is also very passionate about education and advocacy of bringing music and the arts to under served populations. Recently, Richard joined the faculty of The LaMont School of Music at the University of Denver. To see a full bio and learn more about Mr. Harris, please visit his website @ www.richardtrombone.com
M&W Artist, Jason Sulliman is an innovative, passionate, educator and performer. Always on a mission to broaden his experiences and understanding, he continues to investigate, practice, research, and incorporate new ideas for both teaching and performance purposes. We invite you to learn more about this dynamic trombonist and educator by visiting his website jasonsulliman.com or watch his YouTube video channel "Jason Sulliman".
Dynamic and engaging Bass Trombonist, Nick Schwartz, has a long and diverse performance career, performing with orchestras across North America, Europe and Asia. He is the Principal Bass Trombonist in the New York City Ballet Orchestra, a seat he has held since 2010. Nick is also an active teacher, serving as faculty at Bard College, brass coordinator and bass trombone faculty at Juilliard Pre College, and Brass Department Chair at the Mannes School of Music. He also runs an eight day festival in West Michigan - "The Third Coast Trombone Retreat"- for college aged trombonists.
Twice selected for inclusion on America's Who's Who Among American Teachers, educator and performer, Dr. Michael Davidson is the Associate Professor of Trombone at the University of Kansas and is also active as Principal Trombonist of the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra, as well as being Trombonist with the Kansas Brass Quintet, the Kansas City Brass Works, the I-49 Brass, and the Drei Bones trombone trio. Visit Michael Davidson at the KU school of music website.
James McNair’s experience as a musician and music educator over the past 25 years is as vast as it is varied ranging from military musician to middle school band director to elementary music teacher to private lesson teacher to college professor. Former member of "The Presidents Own", busy freelancer in the Dallas/Ft Worth area, and reptile enthusiast (!) we are excited to introduce and learn more about James McNair!
How did the diverse bass trombonist, composer, arranger, jazz guy and all around cool dude, Max Seigel make it from a small Kentucky town to New York City where he has appeared with some of the most prestigious groups in NYC, toured with Michael Bublé (and will again after Covid!), and also performed on Broadway?..... and what did he do as a youngster that brought a teacher to tears? (Don't worry, it's funny!!) We're happy to highlight Max Seigel! Visit Bandcamp to check out Max's latest recordings.
A native of Fort Worth, Texas, where he spent his musical career as a busy freelancer and educator, Jeriad Wood is a trombonist in the Air Force Bands, currently living in Tokyo, Japan. An all around good guy and monster player, Jeriad talks of influential teachers, lessons learned, moving to another country during a pandemic.....and his hidden talents.... :) It is our pleasure to highlight Jeriad!
Dr. Benjamin Yates, trombone and low brass instructor at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, discusses how growing up in an Iowa college town sowed the seeds for him with opportunities as a budding trombonist, influential teachers along the way, and some lessons he hopes to instill in his students. And of course, we talk food...
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