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Several students who have studied trumpet at the CSU Schwob School of Music have recently received opportunities to perform at prestigious events.
The Schwob Trumpet Ensemble will perform at the International Trumpet Guild Conference on May 29 – June 2 in San Antonio, Texas. They were invited to perform during the coveted Saturday night performance slot opening for headliner Pacho Flores. Rob Murray, DMA, professor of trumpet at CSU, will also present a lecture recital at the conference to highlight the Vincent Bach music collection, which is housed at CSU’s International Trumpet Guild Archives.
The trumpet quartet of Ricardo Chinchilla, Harold Villa, Trevor Webb, and Adam White qualified as competitors in the Ensemble Division of the National Trumpet Competition and will be perform in Denton, Texas.
Also, CSU alumnus Teal Ewer has won by audition an appointment to the prestigious “The Commandant’s Own” Marine Drum and Bugle Corps in Washington D.C. to play Soprano Bugle.