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The Trombone Retreat

Sebastian Vera and Nick Schwartz

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Universal stories of struggle, inspiration and achievement through the eyes of trombone players. Equal parts thoughtful and hilarious. Hosted by Sebastian Vera, principal trombonist of the Pittsburgh Opera and Nick Schwartz, principal bass trombonist of the New York City Ballet.
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The Trombone Corner Podcast is brought to you by Bob Reeves Brass and The Brass Ark. Join hosts Noah and John as they interview John Sebastian Vera and Nick Schwartz, trombonists and podcast hosts of The Trombone Retreat. After you listen to this episode, head on over to The Trombone Retreat feed for the second half of this episode. You can come se…
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We spider-man meme with the Trombone Corner Podcast, an episode long overdue. Nick and Sebastian greet John Snell and Noah Gladstone and have an amazing discussion on the evolution of their friendship, careers and joys of mouthpiece making. Noah goes in depth about his varies endeavors including the Brass Ark, Hollywood Scoring, his studio career a…
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In his first podcast interview, Trombone Timo aka Tim Maines as we've always known him hangs with Nick and Sebastian and describes his crazy world of trombone in social media. We talk about how he went about building his prodigious following, his goals with his platform (you might be surprised), the power social media can have to galvanize arts org…
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The Trombone Corner Podcast is brought to you by Bob Reeves Brass and The Brass Ark. Join hosts Noah and John as they interview Adam Woolf, trombonist and sackbut specialist from the UK. Meet us at the SoCal Trombone Day on January 20th, 2024 at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut CA, or see us at Booth #271 at the TMEA Convention, February 8th thru …
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For the first Fifth Position of the new year, Nick and Sebastian are joined by their favorite Michigander Dutchman Chris Van Hof, professor of trombone at Ball State University and Grand Poobah Assistant Manager of the International Trombone Festival. We start by announcing guest artists for this summer's Third Coast Trombone Retreat! We then give …
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The Trombone Corner Podcast is brought to you by Bob Reeves Brass and The Brass Ark. Join hosts Noah and John as they interview Megumi Kanda, Principal Trombone of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. About Megumi Kanda Megumi Kanda, Principal Trombone of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra since 2002, is an internationally acclaimed performer, teacher, …
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Can a beard and bow tie truly alter the landscape of a performance? In today's episode, we tackle these questions head-on. We commence on a somber note, sharing news and sending love to our dear friend Lance LaDuke after his scary accejent. We urge you to send your prayers and positive energy his way. Amidst this hardship, we underscore the beauty …
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Have you ever wondered what happens when two working musicians try to podcast at 8am? Today, Nick and Seba tian take you behind the scenes of these performances, sharing heartwarming stories that made the audience's holiday experience even more meaningful. We also reveal the new title for this short-form series - yes, you've voted and we've listene…
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It's just about Thanksgiving so we have another delicious episode to be thankful for! Have you ever been struck by the strength difference between your left and right arm? We also find ourselves reminiscing about childhood experiences of pilfering balls from ball pits and the shock of static electricity from plastic slides. Plus, we're on the hunt …
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This episode of the Trombone Corner is brought to you by The Brass Ark and by Bob Reeves Brass. Join hosts Noah Gladstone and John Snell as they talk with trombonist Dr. Brett Baker. Brett Baker is viewed internationally as a leading performer and educator. He is passionate about encouraging composers to write pioneering new repertoire and is one o…
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Who knew that finding a suitable name for a podcast could take us on a roller coaster of creativity? Nick and Sebastian sift through all of your brilliant suggestions. We also talk about trombone MacGyver moments in the clutch, trombone google keyword news, submitted questions about breaking in a slide, gripe of the week, how a trombone is best use…
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We're doing something new! What is it? Great question! But it's new! So that's cool, right? Introducing Nick and Sebastian's first new weekly pod where they talk about trombone news, weekly gripes, answer questions and much more! Today we're lifting the lid on the long-debated topic of cut bells on trombones and also call out some bad personnel man…
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Coming from a musical family, trombonist Andy Martin launched his career while still in his teens. His technique and virtuosity quickly established him on the Los Angeles music scene. As an instructor, Martin has influenced countless young players. He has appeared at many colleges and universities throughout the country as a guest artist and clinic…
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Nick and Sebastian hang out with Ava Ordman, professor of trombone at Michigan State University and general badass. In our conversation, we delve into the world of music shaped by Ava's experiences. She recounts her struggles with people-pleasing, and the unique challenges of being chosen to perform Donald Erb's trombone concerto. But it goes beyon…
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Recognized worldwide as a leading low brass performer, teacher, scholar, and author, Douglas Yeo is Clinical Associate Professor of Trombone at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the 2022–2024 academic years. From 1985-2012, he was bass trombonist of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and before coming to Boston, he was a member of the Balti…
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Bill Reichenbach grew up in the Washington, D.C. suburb of Takoma Park, Maryland where he studied trombone with Gene Brusiloff and Robert Isele. After high school, Bill was accepted to the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. There, he studied with the great Emory Remington. While still a student, Bill began his recording career by playi…
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Nick and Sebastian interview LA Studio Legends Alan Kaplan and Bill Reichenbach live at the 2023 International Trombone Festival in Salt Lake City on the campus University of Utah! They talk about their incredible careers recording thousands of movies, how working with Quincy Jones was one of Bill's first big breaks, playing the trombone glisses on…
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Nick and Sebastian are joined by jazz legend and trombonist of the Saturday Night Live Band, Steve Turre. Steve talks about four decades with SNL, his discovery of conch shells and the profound relationship and influence JJ Johnson had in his life. Steve Turre's favorite recordings: "Lament" by J.J. Johnson "Misty" w/ Ray Charles from Spur of the M…
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Trombonist/composer Michael Davis has enjoyed a diverse and acclaimed career over the past 40 years. Widely known as the trombonist for five world tours with the Rolling Stones, he toured and recorded extensively with Frank Sinatra, has released 14 CDs as a solo artist, composed over 150 works, authored a dozen books for brass players of all levels…
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Kenneth Thompkins was appointed Principal Trombone of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra by Neeme Jarvi. Prior to this appointment he held positions in the Buffalo Philharmonic and The Florida Orchestra and New World Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with the New York Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, and Chicago S…
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Angel Subero is a Venezuelan trombonist who attended the Conservatorio Itinerante in Caracas, Venezuela, where he studied with the legendary Michel Becquet. After coming to the United States in 2001, he attended Boston Conservatory, where he studied with Lawrence Isaacson, and New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Douglas Yeo. He…
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Trombonist, composer, arranger James Burton III has lent his sound to multiple Grammy Award-winning albums and Tony Award-winning Broadway productions. Born in Queens, now a resident of Harlem, Burton III is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of the Jackie McLean Institute at the Hartt School of Music. While earning his Master’s Degree and Artist Diploma f…
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James Miller is the Associate Principal Trombone with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, a position he has held since 1999. His duties include performing on alto, tenor, and bass trombone; tenor tuba; and bass trumpet. His previous orchestral experience includes the North Carolina Symphony, the Long Island Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, and th…
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Alex Iles is principal trombonist of the Long Beach Symphony Orchestra and has performed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. In addition, he has toured as lead and solo jazz trombonist with Maynard Ferguson and the Woody Herman Orchestra and performs in many of the top LA based big band…
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Nick and Sebastian are joined by Mark Lawrence, former principal trombonist of the San Francisco Symphony of 34 years! We talk about experiencing 4 different music directors, those famous Blomstedt recordings and too many life lessons to mention! Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Tr…
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Noah Gladstone wears many hats. On any given day he may be found performing on historical trombones and other bass instruments for period concert reconstructions to recording trombone for the latest Hollywood's motion picture or TV show, to managing orchestras for high profile clients and contracting musicians for global productions and recording s…
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Nick and Sebastian are joined by soloist and bass trombonist of the Bern Symphony Orchestra, Justin Clark! They talked about his unique upbringing catching squid, his love of paragliding and the beautiful art he's creating in his solo projects. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trom…
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Nick and Sebastian hang out with all-star professor Oscar Diaz of Texas A&M Kingsville and talk about how he's built such an incredible program centered around community, his legendary BBQ exploits and continuing to face one of his greatest challenges head on. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn mor…
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Nick and Sebastian are joined by legendary NYC bass trombonist David Taylor for episode 2 of the new season! 78 years young, Dave shares incredible stories over a many decades career that's still thriving from inspirational voicemails from JJ Johnson, recording with Duke Ellington to how he wanted to be a rodeo clown growing up! Also introducing sp…
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Opening our new season we are joined by English trombonist Carol Jarvis. A multi-award-winning trombonist, keyboard player, arranger, orchestrator, and voiceover artist, she blows us away by the scope of her career touring with the likes of Sting, Michael Bolton and Seal and triumphing over one of the most profound challenges we could ever imagine.…
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Nick and Sebastian at last interview one of their heroes, Swedish soloist, conductor and composer, Christian Lindberg, live at the 51st International Trombone Festival at the University of Central Arkansas. They talk about some shocking challenges from his youth, paving a untrodden path when many told him he was crazy and how he looks back at his c…
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Nick and Sebastian are back to talk to Richard Stout, second trombonist of the Cleveland Orchestra about what it's like playing in one of the most unique ensembles on the planet, coming back to the trombone after a massive injury and how being a Cleveland Browns fan is even harder. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tro…
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Welcome to the first installment of Trombone Minute where Sebastian talks about trombone news, events and pop culture in a bite-sized morsel of audio goodness. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming festival here: linktr.ee/tromboneretreat Hosted by Sebastia…
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Sebastian talks to the legendary John Kitzman, former principal trombonist of the Dallas Symphony of over 40 years and professor of trombone at Southern Methodist University for just short of half a century! On the brink of retiring from teaching, John looks back at his career in this incredibly honest and moving talk. So much wisdom, joy for music…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to legendary soloist and conductor, Alain Trudel, about coming back to the trombone after an unforeseen life challenge, what it's like to lead an orchestra with a trombonist's mentality and his infectious joy and gratitude for life. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Hosted by Seb…
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Welcome to "Meet Your Maker" a special podcast where Sebastian Vera sits down with craftsman to learn about the magic behind their discoveries and nerd out about equipment. For this premiere episode, Sebastian sits down with the quietly brilliant Christan Griego of Edwards Instruments, Griego Mouthpieces and Sota Turntables where they talk about th…
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Listen to a free preview of "Now Hearing Candidate 1" an exclusive video podcast breaking down the processes and strategies of audition winners from announcement through audition day! Join host Sebastian Vera as he talks to guest Doug Rosenthal, assistant principal trombonist of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra as he shares his story of bec…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to James Nova, trombonist of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra about turning tragedy into focus and direction, how taking a chance on a new project changed his life and that time John Williams wrote him a letter. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Ret…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to Swedish jazz musician and multi-instrumentalist, Gunhild Carling, about her completely natural music education, how she can play so many different instruments so effortlessly and where musical magic comes from. She's also the first guest that plays for us live! Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.c…
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Listen to a free preview of "Now Hearing Candidate 1" an exclusive video podcast breaking down the processes and strategies of audition winners from announcement through audition day! Join host Sebastian Vera as he talks to John Romero, principal trombonist of the Metropolitan Opera and formerly Fort Worth Symphony as he shares his audition story a…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to John Romero, principal trombonist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra about his tenure process in the times of a pandemic, crazy trips to Russia and how he regained motivation after burnout. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming f…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to legendary trombone instructor and former International Trombone Festival Director, Jon Bohls, about his life lessons from over 50(!) years of teaching, the ups and downs running the ITF and the more important lessons we should be teaching young people. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/trombo…
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For their first interview live in front of an audience at the International Trombone Festival, Nick and Sebastian talk to Joseph Alessi, principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic about his life and career, how he views pressure in his position and the poster Sebastian had of him on his wall growing up. Also introducing special features with…
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Nick finally interviews his co-host, Sebastian Vera, principal trombonist of the Pittsburgh Opera and River City Brass Band about how they became friends, an almost catastrophic hot tub experience and the importance of failing. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Retreat and …
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Inspired by the great valve trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, Barry Mosley is keeping the legacy of playing jazz valve trombone. The first important jazz valve trombonist were Juan Tizol and Brad Gowans in the 1930s and 1940s, setting the stage for others. The valve trombone has a unique place in jazz history. Barrys first great jazz credit as a young art…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to Ko-ichiro Yamamoto, principal trombonist of the Seattle Symphony about his path from Japan to the United States, the importance of talking to people when times are hard and a very important proposal from Sebastian. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombon…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to Colin Williams, associate principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic, about facing an almost career ending injury, finding joy with career and family and what it's like playing in a section with both of his teachers. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about th…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to Italian trombone soloist Peter Steiner about transitioning from an orchestral career to a solo career, finding balance in social media and his secret chipotle audition hack. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Retreat and upcoming festival here: lin…
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Steve Shires is best known in the brass world as the founder of the S. E. Shires Company, crafter of custom trombones and trumpets. His passion for designing and building brass instruments grew from his love of playing the trombone. Steve received his undergraduate degree in trombone performance from the University of Iowa, where he studied with Jo…
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Nick and Sebastian talk to Brad Edwards, professor of trombone at Arizona State University about choosing to be grateful, how composing his lip slur book got him in the best shape of his life, and allowing students to teach themselves. Also introducing special features with Patreon: www.patreon.com/tromboneretreat Learn more about the Trombone Retr…
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