• Artists,  Schedule

    Special Guest: Dick Nash

    We are honored to welcome the great Dick Nash as a special guest for Trombone Day 2019!   Amassing a whopping 3200 television and movie score credits in his long career, LA trombone great Dick Nash worked with all of the Hollywood heavy-hitters, including Henry Mancini, Jerry Goldsmith, and John Williams, and can be heard on many iconic recordings, such as Peter Gunn, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Days of Wine and Roses, Sabrina, and Planet of the Apes, to name a few.  Dick will be joining Bones West and Marshall Gilkes on the finale concert at Trombone Day!  Don’t miss this incredibly special opportunity to hear a legend of the LA Studio Scene!

  • Registration

    Register

    Interested in being a part of SoCal Trombone Day?  REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!  CLICK HERE! Regular Registration: $30 Students, Seniors, Military, and Children under 12: $20 ALL ATTENDEES RECEIVE 4 DOOR PRIZE TICKETS FOR THE EVENING DRAWING! NEW FOR THIS YEAR!  We are excited to team up with the MOUNTIE CAFE to provide a great (and very convenient) lunch option for Trombone Day attendees!  Mountie Cafe is located right behind the Music Building! TROMBONE DAY MENU: Cheeseburger, Fries, 22oz Beverage – $7.19 Veggie Burger, Fries, 22oz Beverage – $8.39 3 Chicken Tenders, Fries, 22oz Beverage – $8.89 See you on March 02!

  • Educators

    Educators

    Educator Track: Professional Development at SoCal Trombone Day We are thrilled to announce that SoCal Trombone Day has added an Educator Track to the 2019 schedule!  Attend SoCal Trombone Day with your students, and get something for yourself too!  Educators will benefit from classes geared specifically toward their needs, presented by Mt San Antonio College faculty members, Dr. Karen Marston, and Dr. Gregory Whitmore.  In addition, our Educator Track allows time for you to visit the Exhibit Hall, where you can speak directly with trombone/brass vendors and industry specialists, and attend main schedule classes and events, such as reading sessions (feel free to bring a trombone!), and classes on topics…

  • Competition

    Trombone Quartet Competition

    High school students are invited to compete in the SoCal Trombone Day High School Trombone Quartet Competition.  The winning group will receive a check for $200 (as a donation to their high school band program), and have the opportunity to perform during the Trombone Day Finale Concert, featuring Bones West and guest. Rules: In order to compete, ensembles must be a complete trombone quartet (4 trombonists, any combination of bass/tenor), comprised of high school students (college students are not elligible).  Trombone Day does not organize quartets to compete – groups are pre-organized by students, and/or sponsoring band directors. All quartets must prepare two pieces: Required repertoire: Allegro Maestoso, from Water Music,…

  • Schedule

    Schedule

    SoCal Trombone Day, Saturday, March 02, 2019 High School 1: Freshmen/Sophomores High School 2: Juniors/Seniors   High School 1 High School 2 College & Adults Educators 8:00am Registration opens (Pre-registered?  Pick up your wristband at the Box Office) 9:00am Group Warmup with Dr. Karen Marston (M108) Group Warmup with Michael Hoffman (M200) Group Warmup with Bob Sanders (Feddersen) Observe a group warmup 9:45am Opening Concert, Featuring combined collegiate trombone choirs from Cal State Fullerton, Mt SAC, Cal State Long Beach, and Cal Poly Pamona, Dr. Karen Marston, Dr. Lori Stuntz, and Michael Hoffman, Directors (Clarke) 10:45am Exhibit Hall Artist Masterclass: Marshall Gilkes (Feddersen) Trombone Choir Reading Session with Bob Sanders…

  • Artists

    2019 Artist: Marshall Gilkes

    The SoCal Trombone Day team is excited to announce our 2019 guest artist, Marshall Gilkes! New York based trombonist Marshall Gilkes is a multi-style virtuoso whose energetic playing and technical brilliance set him apart on the world stage.  Educated at the Juilliard School, Marshall has been active internationally for two decades, and has performed with such jazz greats as Wynton Marsalis, Randy Brecker, Maria Schneider, and Edmar Castañeda.  His skills as both a composer and a soloist can be heard on the 2015 release, Koln, from the WDR Big Band, and he is in high demand as both a performer and a clinician at jazz festivals and schools around the world.  In…