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Southeast Trombone Symposium (June 21-26, 2018)

Postby musica5341 » Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:31 am

2018 Southeast Trombone Symposium

The Southeast Trombone Symposium is held for one week every summer in the world class facilities of the Schwob School of Music at Columbus State University in Columbus, Georgia. Trombone players may choose to attend as a Performer, Participant, or Auditor to take part in the exciting and inspirational masterclasses, concerts, and performance opportunities. Euphonium and tuba players may choose to attend as an Auditor.

Guest Faculty
http://www.southeasttrombonesymposium.c ... culty.html
New York Philharmonic Low Brass Section
Alan Baer, Principal Tubist of the New York Philharmonic

Auditor Information
Auditors are welcome to be present for all rehearsals, master classes, competitions, etc, for both the Participant and Performer classes and will also have many opportunities to play together both in organized (conducted) trombone choir rehearsals and in pickup trios/quartets.

Auditors may also set up lessons with some of our guests including Brian Hecht, James Nova, and Denson Paul Pollard.

Auditor Fee: $200 for the entire STS or $50 per day**
Housing available: $150 for 5 nights (includes linen rental) - MUST BE SECURED BY JUNE 7
On-site daily registration from 8:30-9:15am

Deadlines: Online Auditor registration is available until June 20. Day of registration is available onsite between 8:30-9:00am each morning.

**All auditors under the age of 18 will need adult supervision. One adult that is with an auditor under the age of 18 will receive a free auditor pass with every registered auditor. This could be a band director, private teacher, parent, etc.

If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Bradley Palmer.( ... palmer.php)
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Re: Southeast Trombone Symposium (June 21-26, 2018)

Postby mikebmiller » Sat Apr 21, 2018 4:30 pm

I am going to STS for the 2nd time this summer. I will be twice as old as the average attendee, but what the heck - it's a lot of fun. The biggest difference between me and them is that the kids still think they are going to make a living as a trombone player, whereas I am in it for fun. That part of Columbus is really cool - they have lots of restaurants and bars within a short distance of the seminar and a really cool riverwalk area down by the Chattahoochee river.
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