Trombone teachers in Atlanta
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About Nick Edelstein:
Nick Edelstein is an accomplished multi-instrumentalist who has made his living through many avenues in the music industry over the past decade. Born in Deltona, Florida with a highly gifted ear, Nick began formal piano lessons at the age of 4 before going on to receive the Louis Armstrong Jazz...
About W Michael Karantonis:
Michael Karantonis was born and raised in Marietta, Georgia. Following his older brother's footsteps, Michael began his music journey in 2010 on the trombone where his love and interest for music sparked. During his high school career at Lassiter, Michael became heavily involved in varying musical opportunities which furthered his interest...
About Hollie Lawing:
Hollie Lawing Graduated with her Bachelors Degree in Music performance from Georgia State University under the highly acclaimed Trombone professor, Dr. Tom Gibson. Soon after, Hollie pursued Graduate Studies at the Cleveland Institute of Music. Now happily back in Georgia, Hollie is an active Trombonist and Music Educator in the...
About Bill Locklear:
Bill Locklear resides in Kennesaw, Georgia with his wife and children. During his thirty year music education career Mr. Locklear served at the elementary, middle and high school levels and is a master teacher for all brass and woodwind instruments. He has been invited to guest conduct numerous middle,...
About Erin Moore:
Erin was born in Atlanta, GA to musicians Michael Moore (Tuba, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra) and Paula Peace (Piano, Atlanta Chamber Players). She began studying piano with her mom at the age of 7 and was given a cornet by her grandfather (former ASO tuba player E.W. Moore) shortly before starting...
About Benjamin Otieno:
Ben Otieno began his solo trumpet debut at the age of seven years old and has since been well received as both a versatile performer and instructor. While attending the University of Georgia, Otieno studied trumpet performance under the instruction of the world's most notable orchestral trumpet player, Philip Smith....
About Bradley Peppers:
Bradley Peppers is an Atlanta native who always-new music would be a big part of his life. He started playing the Trombone at age 9, Piano at 11, and Singing at 13. Technique on both instruments, and voice intrigued him, and he always found his way into any ensembles or...
About Shane Perryman:
In the pursuit of excellence and creativity, Shane Perryman has established himself as a top notch musician, composer, and arranger in Atlanta. At age five, he began learning bass guitar, and by his junior year in high school, he was playing trombone, piano, and bass professionally throughout Georgia. During his...
About Ben Ray:
Benjamin Ray, trombonist and brass pedagogue, received his Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from Kennesaw State University in 2010. An active section coach, he currently works with Lost Mountain and Palmer Middle Schools, as well as Kell High School. Formerly, Benjamin worked as the Assistant Band Director at South Cobb High...
About Carly Smith:
Carly Noelle Smith is a graduate of Jacksonville State University with a Bachelor's degree in Piano Performance. She started becoming interested in music at the age of ten when her mother had given her a guitar for Christmas. From those first musical moments, her interest and love for music...