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Wondering who will be performing, presenting, and otherwise tromboning at the 2019 International Trombone Festival?
Sursa Performance Hall
In addition to outstanding student ensembles, university faculty recitals, and presentations on every topic imaginable, the ITF is the premiere stage for top trombone artists worldwide. Our incredible 2019 roster represents a diverse group of premiere trombonists, specializing in everything from orchestral to jazz, and genre-bending chamber music to salsa!
The ITF is the one stage where you can hear it all!
Join us for the biggest trombone gathering ever, July 10-13, 2019, at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.
Click each category below, to learn more about this year’s program:
FULL ARTIST LIST:
David Rejano, Principal Trombone, LA Philharmonic
Jorgen van Rijen, Principal Trombone, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra
Kenneth Tompkins, Principal Trombone, Detroit Symphony
Gordon Wolfe, Associate Principal Trombone, Toronto Symphony
Vanessa Fralick, Associate Principal Trombone, Toronto Symphony
Michael Dease, Associate Professor of Jazz Trombone at Michigan State University and freelance jazz musician
Nick Finzer, Assistant Professor of Jazz, University of North Texas and freelance musician/recording artist
Ryan Keberle, New York Freelance Artist
Tony Baker, Professor of Trombone, University of North Texas
Jim Nova, Second Trombone, Pittsburgh Symphony
Pedro Carrero, Principal Trombone, Orquesta Sinfonica de Simon Bolivar (Venezuela)
Sebastian Cifuentes, Bass Trombone, Orquesta Nacional de Colombia
Avenicio Nuñez, Grammy-winning prominent recording artist and salsa expert (Panama)
Jennifer Wharton and Bonegasm, featuring John Fedchock, Nate Mayland, and Alan Ferber
Mark Hetzler and Mr. Chair
George Curran, Bass Trombone, New York Philharmonic
Nathan Zgonc, Acting Principal Trombone, Atlanta Symphony
Yu Tamaki, Inernational Soloist, from Japan
Liza Malamut, Early Music Specialist with Incantare
Ricardo Molla, international Soloist, from Spain
Peter Steiner, International Soloist
David Taylor and Daniel Schnyder: Art of the Duo
So Wrong It’s Right, with Dave Taylor, David Wjitwell, Leung Kalun, and Felix Del Tredici
The Indianapolis Symphony Low Brass
Mark Kellogg, Director of the Cramer Choir
and Youth Workshop faculty
Timothy Riordan, the Merit School (Chicago)
Sean Reusch, trombone101.com
Oscar Diaz, Professor of Trombone, Texas A&M University Kingsville
Freddie Mendoza, Jazz Faculty, Ball State University
AND, of course….Christopher Bill, of THE INTERNET!
See you in Muncie!