Category Archives: University of Mississippi

Figure it Out!

Today marks the end of the strangest semester in my 23 years in academia (four as a student, four as both student and teacher simultaneously, and fifteen as a tenure-track or tenured faculty member). Having been forced into distance education … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Audio Interfaces, Baritone Horn, Bass Trombone, Contrabass Trombone, COVID-19, Digital Revolution, Distance Education, Education, Euphonium, Higher Education, Microphones, Mixing Boards, Music, Music Education, North Carolina Trombone Festival, Pedagogy, Quarantine, Randy Kohlenberg, Teachers, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Tuba, University of Mississippi, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

“Insanity Brass Duo” 2020 Performance Recordings

In February 2019 University of South Carolina trombone professor Dr. Michael Wilkinson and I realized a long discussed plan to present a recital in which the two of us perform on a variety of low brass instruments. That first performance … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Baritone Horn, Bass Trombone, Benedetto Marcello, Cimbasso, Contrabass Trombone, Dmitri Shostakovich, Doubling, Euphonium, Fernando Deddos, Georg Philipp Telemann, Insanity Brass Duo, Micah Everett, Michael Davis, Michael Wilkinson, Music, Performance Videos, Performances, Performing, Steven Verhelst, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, The Low Brass Player's Guide to Doubling, Tommy Pederson, Torstein Aagaard-Nilsen, Trombone, Tuba, University of Alabama, University of Mississippi, University of South Carolina

Suite for Trombone and Orchestra by Axel Jørgensen: Complete Performance Recording

Despite having every intention of posting at least a couple of articles here since my last post on November 11, various responsibilities have kept me from doing so. I’d like to share a couple of things between now and the … Continue reading

Posted in Axel Jørgensen, Music, Performances, Performing, Selim Giray, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, University of Mississippi

“The Good Sound:” Complete Performance Recordings

Last week I performed a recital of music for euphonium with piano or electronic accompaniment as part of the University of Mississippi’s Faculty Recital Series. The program’s title, “The Good Sound,” is a tongue-in-cheek play on the meaning of the … Continue reading

Posted in Euphonium, Micah Everett, Music, Performance Videos, Performances, University of Mississippi

Essential Concepts in Brass Playing 2: Daily Routines Work

I cannot think of a time in my life as a brass player that I did not believe in the importance of daily, systematic practice of playing fundamentals. The public school band program of which I was a part growing … Continue reading

Posted in Alto Trombone, Baritone Horn, Bass Trombone, Conferences, Daily Routine, Emory Remington, Essential Concepts in Brass Playing, Euphonium, International Trombone Festival, International Tuba-Euphonium Conference, Music, Pedagogy, Playing Fundamentals, Practicing, Teaching Low Brass, Tenor Trombone, Trombone, Trombone Ensembles, Tuba, Tuba-Euphonium Ensembles, University of Mississippi