Category Archives: International Trombone Festival

Spring-Summer 2019 Concerts and Activities Preview

Midterm exams at Ole Miss are next week, so I suppose it’s a bit late to be writing a post about spring activities. Indeed, we’ve already had a few goings on in the low brass studio, including a trombone ensemble … Continue reading

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Performance Anxiety

While a precious few of my readers are blessed with having no personal experience with the matter I am discussing today, most performing artists know it and know it well, and for some it can be debilitating at times. Performance … Continue reading

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Next Week: International Trombone Festival 2013

The International Trombone Festival is one of the premiere yearly events for trombone performers, teachers, and enthusiasts throughout the world. This four-day event features performances, lectures, master classes, competitions, and exhibits, and its presenters are among the world’s most accomplished … Continue reading

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