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    Trumpet/Trombone/Low Brass

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    Randolph Lee -   Trumpet - Teaches Beggining, Inter, and Advanced lessons.

    -SLC-Provo area 

     From Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood Bowl trumpeter Randolph Lee has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious concert venues, as well as given concert appearances throughout North America and Europe. Currently a member of the Orchestra at Temple Square with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, and a recording artist, he can be heard on television shows, commercials, video games, and movies.

    As a soloist, Randolph Lee has performed in Carnegie Hall and presented guest artist recitals at various universities. Other performing opportunities include appearances with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Utah Symphony Orchestra, Tucson Symphony Orchestra, Utah Festival Opera, Utah Wind Symphony, and various chamber ensembles.

    Dr. Lee holds degrees from BYU (BA), UCLA (MM), Arizona State University (DMA). and Subs for the Utah Swing Orchestra, Roadside Ramblerss and Groove Merchants from Dance Bands and Utah Live Bands.

     

    Brian Woodbury - Trombone - Teaches beggining to advanced lessons

    -Provo/SLC 

     Brian Woodbury is a young but experienced and versatile trombone player.  In High School he gained a lot of experience being in the Park City All-Stars Jazz Combo that played with Nicholas Payton, being lead trombone all three years in the All State Jazz Band as well as in the All State Band and All State Orchestra.  Brian is currently the lead trombone in BYU's Synthesis, their top jazz band and participates in the Jazz Legacy Band as well.  Brian's experience does not limit itself to Jazz alone, however.  He has been a substitute with the Salt Lake Symphony, a member of the Utah Trombone Ensemble, and is currently Principal Trombonist in BYU's Chamber Orchestra.

    Brian has worked with the Groove Merchants, Shaun Cannon and the Pops Orchestra from Utah Live Bands and Dance Bands

     

    Mike McCawley - Tuba / Low Brass -  Teaches advanced students

    – Utah Count -contact Mike for a quote 

    Michael was born in England and immigrated to Saskatoon, Canada at age 9. He began playing in the school band in grade 7. Tuba was not his first choice of instrument (it was trombone), but as he was the only student tall enough to hold the school's instrument the decision was made for him.


    Michael completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Saskatchewan and played in a variety of groups throughout the area. In 1984 he moved to Windsor, Ontario as principal tuba of the Windsor Symphony as well as performing regularly with Orchestra London, the Thunder Bay Symphony as well as a number of brass chamber ensembles throughout Ontario and Michigan. Michael was also publicist and concert manager for the School of Music at the University of Windsor during this time.


    In 1990 Michael moved to Provo with his family. Since then he has pursued an active musical life including performances with the Utah Symphony, the Ballet West Orchestra (principal tuba since 1993), Utah Premiere Brass, Utah Wind Symphony, as well as numerous chamber ensembles and recording sessions. He has been adjunct professor of tuba, euphonium and brass chamber music at Weber State and Utah State Universities.


    Michael received his undergraduate degree in Music Education from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master of Music in from Brigham Young University.

     

    Steve Call - Low Brass -  Teaches beginning, intermediate and advanced students

    – Utah County -contact Steve for a quote

    Steve has been teaching and playing brass instruments and jazz piano professionally for over 40 years. Before joining the Brigham Young University Music Faculty in 1979, he directed high school bands in Idaho and Utah. In the 1980s and 1990s he performed and recorded extensively with the Utah Symphony.  In addition to his professorship at BYU, Dr. Call currently maintains a studio of brass and jazz piano students locally and is on the faculty of the International Euphonium Institute at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Call has developed a unique and highly successful way of teaching jazz piano that can help students who have limited keyboard experience begin to really play jazz while developing basic piano technique.  Steve Call has a limited number of openings for low brass (trombone, baritone horn, euphonium, and tuba) and jazz piano students.

     

     

    Joe Chisholm- Trombone

    - Salt Lake County - teaches beginning, intermediate and advanced students

     – contact Joe for a quote

    Joe Chisholm received his bachelor's degree in Trombone Performance from the University of Utah in 2003. He is currently working on his master's degree in Jazz Studies. He continues to work professionally in the greater Salt Lake area as a performer and educator.