Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit, July 28-31, 2020

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Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit, July 28-31, 2020

Post by biggiesmalls » Thu Jan 16, 2020 9:23 am

Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit

Website: https://www.sftrombones.com/

Hosted by the Trombones of the Santa Fe Opera: Mark Fisher, Chris Buckholz, Jonathan Randazzo, Chris Bassett

Auditions to select a maximum of 12 college or professional level
players, with auditors welcome

Application deadline 01 April 2020

Event dates: July 28-31 2020

Location: Immaculate Heart Retreat Center, Santa Fe, NM, USA

Genre: orchestral, trombone ensemble

Located in gorgeous Santa Fe, New Mexico, the Santa Fe Trombone Summit is a multi-day trombone seminar with a unique high-intensity, select-size Participant group that allows an in-depth and personal experience. Co-founded by the Trombones of the Santa Fe Opera, Participants have the opportunity to play with and for all 4 co-founders in masterclasses, sections, and quartet coachings and sit-ins. In addition, Auditors join Participants in daily warm up sessions, panel discussions, and select pieces in our trombone choir which performs the final concert.
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Re: Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit, July 28-31, 2020

Post by Thrawn22 » Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:21 pm

Sounds cool.
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Re: Second Annual Santa Fe Trombone Summit, July 28-31, 2020

Post by Gary » Tue Feb 11, 2020 10:50 pm

Wow, what an opportunity!

I had to chuckle when I read of a brass workshop given at a Roman Catholic retreat because it reminded me of a post on another forum where a musician had to go to a certain location for a commitment and he was put up in a nearby Carmelite monastery. He got settled in, started to blow a few notes and suddenly the whole world seemed to come crashing all around him, creating a big uproar.

It seems that Carmelites practice contemplation and meditation and silence for much of the day.
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