“The Most Important Thing as a Trumpet Player Is That We’re Able to Be Adaptable to Our Current Environment”
In this interview, we have Louis Dowdeswell—an amazing musician whose career spans multiple genres.
“There Are Two Things You Can Do With Music: Impress People or Touch People. So, Think About What Your Intention Is When You Play”
Trumpet Magazine has the great honour of sharing this fantastic interview with one of today’s living legends of the trumpet, the great Bobby Shew. Great advice and a fantastic window into the incredible experiences of one of the legends!
“The Teacher Must Try and Inspire the Student to Get Into Serious Listening to the Music. Unless This Happens, There Is No Real Way to Progress”
Today we have Stephen Fishwick — one of UK's greatest jazz trumpeters, who, apart from being a very active musician on stage and recording studios, is very committed to teaching and teaches at Leeds College of Music, at the Guildhall School of Music and at the Royal Academy of Music, ...
The Only Teaching Center in Spain Where Your Professors Are Trumpeters of the Madrid Symphony and Spanish Radio and Television Orchestra
The application process takes place in Progreso Musical (the music center authorized by the Community of Madrid) for Elementary, Performance Certificate and Bachelor studies. This year, the trumpet teachers will be Borja Antón and Benjamín Moreno (of the Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra), and joined by Francesc Castelló and Marcos ...
In this article we will tell you about one of the most spectacular trumpets by Yamaha.
It is widely accepted that the smile embouchure causes problems when playing. Most non professional players use the Zygomaticus Major, Buccinator and Risorius muscles of the cheek. Those muscles are used in making us smile. Some teachers use musical exercises called Buccinator Drills. That implies that those muscles should be used ...
Artist of the Month
We all know who José Sibaja is. He’s a trumpeter (Yamaha artist) that we have heard a million times on recordings and tours by some of the most known salsa and pop artists, but also with orchestras and his famous brass quintet, Boston Brass. And today we have the honor to know him a little more. Don’t miss it!
We all know who José Sibaja is. He’s a trumpeter (Yamaha artist) that we have heard a million times on recordings and tours by some of the most known salsa and pop artists, but also with orchestras and his famous brass quintet, Boston Brass. And today we have the honor ...
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