The Big Trumpet Hang: a Great Workshop Coming Up!

This post is from 2011!

For info on the 2013 Hang click HERE

A day of workshops by Colorado’s top performers and educators, with performances, a jam session and a gathering of our trumpet community.

Presented by THE FIVE TRUMPET CATS (click on their name for more info)

Brad Goode

              Al Hood

John Mills (of the Trumpet Trader)

Bob Montgomery

Pete Olstad

Saturday, October 29, 2011

University of Denver, Lamont School Of Music

Hamilton Recital Hall  2344 East Iliff Avenue, Denver, CO

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Open to trumpeters of all ages!

Registration fee: $40.00 (includes lunch)

Schedule

  • 9:00 Performance     University of Denver Trumpet Ensemble
  • 9:30 Performance     The Five Trumpet Cats with rhythm section
  • 10:00 Workshop       “Improvisation as a Language”               Bob Montgomery
  • 11:00 Workshop        “Developing Endurance and Control”              Brad Goode
  • 12:00                           Catered Lunch Provided
  • 1:00 Workshop         “Singing Through the Trumpet”                            Al Hood
  • 2:00 Workshop        “Product Choices and Trumpet Maintenance”   John Mills
  • 3:00 Workshop        “Playing for a Living Today”                              Pete Olstad
  • 4:00                             Jazz Jam Session (Open to all participants)

No reservation required.  Registration fee is due at the event.  See you there!

For more information, please contact Al Hood:  ahood@du.edu  

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