Composers Workshop

2019, International Trombone Festival, Composers Workshop, Call for scores

The International Trombone Festival is excited to sponsor the third annual COMPOSERS WORKSHOP, to be held at Ball State University, in conjunction with the ITF.

July 10-13, 2019

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Dr. Doug S Bristol, Professor of Music Theory and Technology, Alabama State University conducts his piece, Autumn Mountain Harvest, for Trombone Choir, at the 2018 Composers Workshop Showcase Concert.

Featuring coaching and master classes with composers including:

LAUREN BERNOFSKY

FRANK GULINO

TOM ZUGGER

ARTHUR GOTTSCHALK

And performances of accepted compositions, from our 2019 adjudicated Call for Scores:

In the Chamber Music Category (alphabetical order):

Zachary Bell: 5 Movements for 4 Trombones
Nathan Brown: Hocket & Lock-It (8-part Trombone Choir)
Alex Buehler: Z/28 (16-part Trombone Choir)
Daniel Cloutier: Quartet #2 in f#
Laurence Dresner: Transgressions and Permutations (8-part Trombone Choir)
Adam Summey: The Dastardly Master Asteroid Blaster (8-part Trombone Choir)
Tyler Walters: Spelunk (trombone quartet)

In the Solo Category (alphabetical order):

Malyi Dmytro: The Scomorokhs for Trombone and Piano, the tragicomic scene
Skye van Duuren: Sonata for Trombone and Piano
James Kachulis: Brazilian Sonata (tenor/alto trombone and piano)
Adam Karelin: Thing (solo trombone)
Madeline A. Lee: Put Me to Rest (bass trombone and piano)
Shao Suan LOW: Toccatissimo (tenor trombone and piano)
Jonathan Newmark: Speed Trap on Wide, Wide Dixie Highway (bass trombone and piano)

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Dr. Richard Bullen’s (Visiting Lecturer, Royal College of Music and Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Junior Departments, London, England) Steradian, Trombone Choir and Torch Beams at the 2018 ITF in Iowa City.

 

See you in Muncie!

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