Liza Malamut regularly appears as a trombonist, teaching artist, and presenter throughout the United States and abroad. She has performed with Boston Baroque, Mercury! The Orchestra Redefined, Trinity Wall Street, Boston Camerata, Apollo’s Fire, the Handel & Haydn Society, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and many other groups across America. She was a finalist in the International Trombone Association Competition for alto trombone in Aarhus, Denmark. Her playing can be heard on the Musica Omnia and George Blood Audio labels, including the GRAMMY nominated recording of Handel’s Israel in Egypt (2013) and the forthcoming Schütz Weihnachtshistorie with the Yale Schola Cantorum under the directorship of David Hill.
Ms. Malamut will be leading her ensemble Incantarte at this year’s ITF, a group which performs colorful music “new” to many of our ears. The ensemble will feature four sackbuts, violin, voice, and organ. Listen here for an idea of what to expect:
The ITF will also feature a full program of Presenters, University Faculty Showcase Recitals, and Student Ensembles! The ITF is truly a world stage. Where else can you find so many trombonists, from so many different backgrounds, performing in so many styles? Nowhere! Don’t miss it!
See you in Muncie!