The Penn State Trombone Studio is proud to host the 30th Frühling Posaunen Festival in this coming April. The event will feature many special guests such as the legendary Jay Friedman! This year’s festivals will also feature The Pennsylvania All-State Trombone Choir which will be composed of 16-20 young trombonists. Read more about this prestigious event
On December 6th, Santa is making his annual trip to Penn State to conduct the Trombone Choir and to bring joy and cheer to the children of the State College area! We invite kids of any age to come and hear all of your holiday favorites and fill your hearts with holiday cheer!
Join the Penn State Trombone Choir for our first concert of the year on October 30th! In Esber Recital Hall, Music Building 1.
Repertorie will include:
Suite for Trombones by Flor Peeters
Entrada, Lied, Danz, and Finale
Nessun Dorma by Giacomo Puccini, arr. by Brandon Buterbaugh and featuring Brandon with our senoir trombonists;
Jeffrey Dever, Abigail Koehler, Brett Slifer and Ryan Smith
A Les Miserable Medley, arr. by Abigail Koehler
Select members of the choir and feature Ms. Koehler
Pokarekare Ana, arr. Jeffrey Dever
featuring Professor Lusk with the senior class
Ave Maria by Franz Biebl, arr.
(Ful Choir featuring Ryan Smith)
Two Pieces by Raymond Premru
Our Sophomore trombonists;
Lydia Baranoski, Nicholas Kazmierczak, and Ofer Cohen
Tissington Variations by Raymond Premru
Our graduate students with Professor Lusk;
Wade Judy, Jamey Morgan, and Austin Oprean
In Memoriam by Raymond Premru
Elsa's Procession by Richard Wagner
The concert is available on livestream at -http://musicmedia.psu.edu/livestream/
Prof. Mark Lusk will be presenting a masterclass beginning at 7 pm that will be followed by a performance by the Penn State Trombone Choir with special Guest Jim Nova of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. All events to take place in the PNC Recital Hall on the campus of Duquesne University.