Tine Thing Helseth: “I Want to Be a Role Model for Young Girls Wanting to Take up the Trumpet, to Show That Equality Is Important and Everyone Should Be Judged Solely on Their Playing”
In this interview for Trumpet Magazine, Tine Thing Helseth talks about a little bit of everything: how she has dealt with these pandemic times, her career, her projects, her life… Amazing!
Randolph Lee: “Despite the Challenges, The Virus Created New Opportunities and We’re Running With It”
Randolph Lee (University of Florida) talks to Trumpet Magazine about his latest album, "La Trompeta Camaleónica," as well as other projects.
Doc Severinsen: “If You’re Going to Play What You Feel Like Playing Without a Goal of Some Kind Then You’re Not Going to Make It”
In this interview, Doc Severinsen shares with Trumpet Magazine his multi-faceted experiences as a musician. Through the interview, you get tastes of Doc Severinsen on The Tonight Show, playing in Orchestras, as well as playing Latin Music in Mexico.
Davy DeArmond: “Good Teachers Are Definitely Part of That Process to Help Point You in the Right Direction”
Dr. DeArmond currently serves as trumpet instrumentalist and section leader with the United States Naval Academy Band. As an educator, he holds a faculty position at The Catholic University of America.
Reinhold Friedrich: “I Want to Earn the Respect of the Real Music World”
You shouldn't miss this in-depth interview with Reinhold Friedrich in which we talk about many trumpet-related issues: his career, his advice, his approach to music... Quite valuable.
Benjamin Wright: “You Should Always Be Listening to Yourself and Trying to Create the Sound You’re Hearing in Your Head”
Benjamin Wright is a member of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and shares his prolific idea to create an online seminar for trumpet players; this seminar gives an abundance of information on various topics to challenge trumpet players and help them improve. Benjamin also shares his insights on teaching, technique, and advice for teachers and students.
“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.
“The Student Himself Is His Best Teacher; One Must Think Very Well What and How He Is Playing”
Finnish trumpeter, Jouko Harjanne, is one of Europe’s trumpeters with the largest international career, with more than 30 recordings as a soloist, and renowned for his role as a juror in many prestigious music competitions all over the world.
“Etudes Will Show Your Weaknesses and Help You Understand Music Making as Well”
He has participated in two Grammy award-winning recordings, has performed with such artists as Neil Diamond, Neil Young, James Brown, Bon Jovi, Whitney Houston, and his trumpet can be heard in a number of movie soundtracks. Today he teaches at CalArts and is a Yamaha Performing Artist. Ladies and gentlemen, John Fumo.
“Every Note We Play With the Trumpet Has to Sound Like Music”
He has been nothing less than a soloist of the Berlin Philharmonic since 2004. He recently left the position to teach full time at the Berlin University of the Arts (the students of that university are lucky!). And today he is with us here at Trumpet Magazine for an interview: the incomparable, Gábor Tarkövi.
“The Trumpet Requires Time to Learn, and Becoming a Fine Musician Takes Even More Effort and Time”
Today we have Dave Bacon, Trumpet Instructor and Jazz Band Director at Grand Canyon University, and a student of great masters such as Bill Pfund, Keith Johnson, Arnold Jacobs or Uan Rasey.
“Always Think About the Musical Line, Not Each Separated Note!”
When he is not giving classes in the Claudio Monteverdi Conservatory in Bolzano, he is performing concerts with his brass quintet, the Gomalan Brass, or as a soloist, with his brilliant Yamaha trumpets. Ladies and gentlemen: the great Marco Pierobon!