Category Archives: Performances

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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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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“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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Fall Concerts and Activities Preview

After taking the summer off from blogging, I am happy to again be writing weekly this fall. My plan is to write every week in September through November, then again in late January/early February through May, and perhaps take the … Continue reading

Posted in Bass Trombone, Brass Quintet, Euphonium, Higher Education, Micah Everett, Mississippi Brass Quintet, Music, NACWPI, Performance Videos, Performances, Performing, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Tuba, University of Mississippi

“A Hindemith-ey Sort of Evening:” Complete Performance Recordings

A couple of weeks ago I performed a solo recital which I entitled “A Hindemith-ey Sort of Evening.” Having been invited to perform both the trombone and tuba sonatas by Paul Hindemith (1895-1963) at the National Association of College Wind … Continue reading

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Spring Concerts and Activities Preview

Happy New Year! After my usual winter break from blogging I am glad to be back with you again and have a full slate of planned topics to cover here this spring. To begin, though, I’d like to share with … Continue reading

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Fall Concerts and Activities Preview

Once again this year I have a very full teaching load, with 28 applied students when high school and other private students are taken into account, 20 players in the University of Mississippi Trombone Ensemble, and 13 players in the … Continue reading

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