Category Archives: Michael Davis

Complete Performance Recordings: Doubling Recital at the University of South Carolina

This past Tuesday a long-planned collaboration with Dr. Michael Wilkinson, trombone professor at the University of South Carolina, finally came into existence—at least, outside of our imaginations. Dr. Wilkinson and I were assigned as roommates while attending the Alessi Seminar … Continue reading

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“I Was Like WOW: Music for Trombone Alone and With Multimedia” — Complete Performance Recordings (well, almost)

A week ago this evening I performed a solo recital which I entitled “”I Was Like WOW: Music for Trombone Alone and With Multimedia.” As the title suggests, all of the programmed works were either unaccompanied or have multimedia accompaniment. … Continue reading

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