Ohio University Trombone Day 2018
Saturday, February 3 at Ohio University School of Music
International trombone soloist
Ohio Trombone Quartet
Lucas borges, joseph brown, tony Weikel and lucas kaspar
It is the most wonderful time of the year! Another great Ohio University Trombone Day is coming up soon. I hope you can join us!
The Ohio University Trombone Day 2018 will be a full day of trombone-related activities at the Ohio University School of Music in Athens, Ohio on Saturday, February 3. Trombone Day will include a group warm-up, master classes, mass trombone choir and a final recital featuring the trombone rising star Peter Steiner, and Ohio Trombone Quartet, comprised Tony Weikel, Joseph Brown, Lucas Kaspar and myself.
Trombone players and brass enthusiasts of all levels and backgrounds are welcome. High school and college students are strongly encouraged to participate.
We have good news! Registration will be done completely online now. Please see information below at the registration and fees section.
Stay tuned for more information about schedule and activities.
Feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Assistant Professor of Trombone, Ohio University
Registration and fees:
Early Registration deadline: January 26th, 2018
Late Registration at the event
Fee: $10 (check or cash only)
To register early, complete form in the link below and submit online payment: Registration Form*
*If you experience a problem with the Google Form, please contact Dr. Borges (email@example.com) to complete your registration via email.
Date: February 3rd
Time: 9am - 6pm
Schedule: Coming Soon
Location (map below):
Ohio University School of Music
363 Robert Glidden Hall
Athens, OH 45701
Parking lots 40 and 41 behind Siegfried Hall (map below) are FREE and open on Saturdays, they are only a short walk to the music building (Glidden Hall--map above). There are also parking meters along side East Union and College Streets.
Peter Steiner -- with his solo playing described as being “beautifully controlled with a vocal sound”, Italian Trombonist Peter Steiner is recognized across the world as “a new trombone star within his generation”, “playing with total control”. His performances with some of the world’s most prestigious ensembles and solo recitals across the globe have helped form him into the artist that he is today.
At the age of 23, Peter Steiner was appointed Trombonist of the Vienna State Opera and Vienna Philharmonic for the 2016-2017 season. Prior to that engagement he served as Principal Trombonist with the Colorado Symphony for the 2014-2015 season. He has performed as guest principal trombonist with the Munich Philharmonic, Staatskapelle Dresden, New York Philharmonic, Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Symphony Orchestra and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
In January 2017 his debut album UNITED was released under the HELLOSTAGE Label, in collaboration with Hsiao-Ling Lin (piano) and Silver Ainomäe (cello). Following the official release, he toured the US extensively on a three week CD Release tour, giving 19 recitals at some of the most prestigious conservatories and universities in the US.
Mr. Steiner began his studies at the Music Conservatory in his hometown of Bolzano, Italy before continuing his study at The Mozarteum of Salzburg (Austria). In 2016 he graduated from The Juilliard School in New York City with a Performance Diploma. His major teachers and influences include Joseph Alessi, Warren Deck, Nitzan Haroz, and Dany Bonvin.
Mr. Steiner is a Performing Artist for the Thein Instrument Company and performs on his signature model “Bel Canto”.
Ohio Trombone Quartet (OTQ) is a chamber ensemble consisting of professional
musicians from the central Ohio area. Lucas Borges is Professor of Trombone at
Ohio University, Joe Brown teaches History of Rock and other music classes at Ohio
University, Lucas Kaspar (bass trombone) the Trombone Instructor at Muskingum
University and is a teaching associate at Ohio State University, and Tony Weikel is
the Low Brass Instructor at Otterbein University and Second Trombone in the
Springfield Symphony. All members are also very active freelancers throughout the
state of Ohio and beyond. The mission of OTQ is to promote chamber music at the
highest level through performance and education. The group is also very interested
in promoting new music, premiering Michael Johnson’s “Anacoluthon” on their
recital tour in 2016. OTQ is currently planning a recital tour in February 2018,
which will include a performance at the Ohio Music Educators Association (OMEA)
Conference on February 9 th .