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 a musician, I play trombone", people look puzzled. I don't blame them! How many trombone... Continue Reading →

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 can be done? In the previous blog, I was hoping to cover more topics in... Continue Reading →

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 did the ISO get to this point? How many people will this lockout really effect?... Continue Reading →

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 between my ears. What are my problems compared to the rest of the worlds issues?... Continue Reading →

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 you like d minor and loud/low trombone, this concert is for you!) When I first... Continue Reading →

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