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30 days of Freelance Trombone

I often meet new people. Hey, I’m a sociable guy! One of the first questions people naturally ask each other when they first meet is, “What do you do for a living?” Pretty standard question. Whenever I respond with, “I’m … Continue reading

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What Really Matters, Re: Indianapolis Symphony, Part 3

To catch up on my rant please read Part 1, and Part 2. Part 3 is just a continuation of my absolute frustration with what is happening with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. This blog will tackle only one question: What … Continue reading

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What Really Matters, Re: Indianapolis Symphony, Part 2

This is a continuation of my blog post from yesterday, What Really Matters, Re: Indianapolis Symphony, Part 1. After writing and reading yesterdays post, I still felt like more needs to be said, and questions need to be asked! How … Continue reading

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What Really Matters Re: Indianapolis Symphony, Part 1

Wow. My previous blog post was pretty damn self serving. After I hit the ‘Publish’ button, I got to spending time on Facebook (who doesn’t right?!), and I got to doin’ some thinking with the ol’ gray matter that sits … Continue reading

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Symphonic Playing then and now

I can’t tell you how lucky I am to get the opportunity to play with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra on a somewhat regular basis. (Check out the ISO’s performance of Pirates of the Caribbean this weekend at Clowes Hall! If … Continue reading

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