I have been fortunate enough to have several articles published in the International Trumpet Guild Journal. If you are not familiar with the International Trumpet Guild, it is a professional community comprised of seasoned and beginning performers, teachers, students, manufacturers, publishers, and others interested in belonging to an organization dedicated to the trumpet profession. To be a Professional Trumpeter entails being member of the International Trumpet Guild.
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David Sampson's flügelhorn works are some of my favorite compositions. Read more about Sampson and his works here.
This article, published in the June 2015 edition of the ITG Journal, is my take on successful chamber music. Check it out and let me know what you think.
I was asked to serve as a reporter for the 2015 International Trumpet Guild Conference in Columbus, OH. I have reviewed two events on Thursday: the Bill Pfund Warm-Up Session and the Philippe Schartz Recital of the Music of Welsh Composers on pages 2 and 5 respectively. Check them out as well as other reviews by my colleagues.
I was asked to serve as a reporter for the 2015 International Trumpet Guild Conference in Columbus, OH. I reiewed two events on Wednesday: "K.O. Skinsnes, Rod Noftsger and Jim Manley - Trumpet playing, hearing loss and frickin' science: Using acoustic science to make playing easier and extend your career!" and the Jack Sutte Masterclass on pages 3 and 5 respectively. Check them out as well as other reviews by my colleagues.
I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Stanley Curits for his website, Trumpet Journey. Trumpet Journey is a wonderful website and I was humbled to be asked to contribute. He wanted to discuss the parallels I have found between trumpet and fitness. Below is a copy of the interview but you can see the original on his website here.
This is an article published in the International Trumpet Guild Journal describing my wonderful experiences with the United States Naval Academy Band.
This is my doctoral dissertation, The Flügelhorn Music of David Sampson: A Study of Selected Works. Let me know what you think and check out David Sampson's website for more information on one of my favorite composers.