Posts Tagged ‘Eastern Trombone Workshop’

Where Can You Get an Edwards?

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Well, at www.edwards-instruments.com or Dillon Music or Washington Music.

Or at our upcoming trade shows.

Up next is the Texas Music Educators Association annual convention in San Antonio. TMEA is a huge event and this year I’m bringing a lot of horns (along with a few that only a handful of people have ever played). Be sure to stop by our booth to take part in some beta tests! It’s my goal to show you that our horns are best in your hands being used to create music and further yourself as a musician.

After TMEA we’ll be attending the National Trumpet Competition and Eastern Trombone Workshop in March. Trumpet players will be able to play test our new Eb (the one that’s been in development for three or so years). It’s actually been done for quite some time now, but we were finalizing a few small details before putting it into production.

Christan

Eastern Trombone Workshop

Friday, March 20th, 2009

The ETW is one of the best trombone gatherings around, not just because it’s free, but because the US Army has a knack for getting so many talented artists to perform. If you can’t make it to Ft. Myer, VA, fear not. The US Army also streams the concerts live:

www.usarmyband.com/video/2009_etw_video_broadcast.html

You’ll notice the Alessi horn used as the backdrop for the media player.

Speaking of the Alessi model, Ron and Martin McCain had a line waiting to play the T396-A for much of the day today. Christan decided to help out, so he bought a ticket tonight. His wakeup call is 2:30 AM, so go easy on him if you visit the booth on Saturday. He may be a little loopy.

Edwards Going to Eastern Trombone Workshop

Monday, March 3rd, 2008

Trombones are shipped and on their way to Washington DC where our tax dollars are finally working for us. The Eastern Trombone Workshop is a FREE trombone show that allows you to hear professional and the “up & comers” who compete in competitions during the workshop.

Ron Knaflic and Jared Lantzey have teamed up to work this show and help trombonists find the right equipment. If you’re serious about getting a new trombone or just wanting to see what we’re about please drop by and try our instruments. We’ve built a few exceptional instruments that are just needing to find the right player.

Paul Compton, Chris Houlding, Paul Pollard, and Brent Phillips will be guest artists at this show, so enjoy the music and make it a point to try to attend as much as possible. There are very few places putting on events such as this and without your attendance they can not continue.

Visit the ETW Web site

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