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2018 Georgia Trombone Summit to Feature BSO Section, Gilkes, Resonant Projection

Friday, April 13th, 2018

Georgia Trombone Summit

Edwards is proud to be a sponsor of the 2018 Georgia Trombone Summit, which will take place at the University of Georgia on May 23 – 26. This four-day event, hosted by Josh Bynum, will feature a stellar cast of musicians, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra trombone section (Toby Oft, Stephen Lange, and James Markey), Marshall Gilkes, and Resonant Projection (Bynum, Paul Compton, Brian Conklin, and Casey Thomas). Michael Carver from Edwards House Southeast will be on hand to fit you to Edwards trombones and Griego Mouthpieces.

Josh has told us that there are still a few auditor slots available. From the Summit website: “The auditor class will be able to attend all performances, master classes, exhibits, and other events of their choosing. There will be a daily auditor masterclass that will be led by various members of the GTS Artist/Faculty.  The Auditor Trombone Choir will have daily rehearsals and perform on the final concert.  This class is open to all ages, but auditors under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No audition is required, but availability is limited.  See the Audition Info page for more details.”

This promises to be a great event. All of the artists are awesome people, teachers, and performers. As always, we’re thrilled that they choose to play our trombones.

Tuesday Listening: Marshall Gilkes

Tuesday, August 24th, 2010

No description is really necessary…

Marshall Gilkes is Good

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

For those curious to see what Marshall’s been up to, check this out:

Marshall Gilkes on NPR

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Marshall Gilkes is being featured on NPR.org this month as a member of the Edmar Castaneda Trio. You can hear the group’s Tanglewood performance, which features Looking Forward, an original composition by Gilkes. The group’s members are Edmar Castaneda, harp; Marshall Gilkes, trombone; Dave Silliman, drums and percussion; and Joe Locke, vibes.

Listen to the concert at NPR.org

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