Adam Johnson

Trombone Artist

Adam Johnson

Adam Johnson

Second Trombonist, Fort Wayne Philharmonic

Instrument Specs

  • Model: T350-E
  • Bell: 336CFB
  • Slide: TBC
  • Tuning Slide: Rose
  • Leadpipe: Custom

Artist Comments

"My custom Edwards trombone is the most consistent, resonant instrument I've ever played. Throughout the dynamic spectrum and across all ranges the sound is pure and the response is flawless. The pros at Edwards are very knowledgeable and they fit my trombone to my exact preferences. I whole-heartedly recommend Edwards instruments to anyone who is serious about reaching their full potential as a trombonist."

Adam Johnson is currently the second trombonist in the Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra (Indiana). He has performed with many other orchestras including substitute work in the Indianapolis and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestras. He holds degrees in music from Yale University and Ball State University. His primary teachers include Scott Hartman and Peter Ellefson. Adam was selected as a participant in the 2007 Alessi Seminar and then again as a Fellow in 2011. He has taught as an adjunct faculty member at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana, and he currently teaches low brass students in the Fort Wayne area. Adam has played Edwards trombones exclusively since 2008.

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David Taylor has a few things happening this winter. First, he and his Calithumpians (Ron Stabinsky, Moppa Elliot, and Kevin Shea) will be at Roulette on December 7. This concert is presented by Interpretations and will include Dave’s Big Stories for a Small Group. Roulette is at 509 Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. There are musicians in this […] more ››

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Jeriad Wood

"The Edwards trombone is unrivaled. Playing an Edwards trombone provides the flexibility I need in ever changing musical demands. I am able to shift tone colors and timbres with great flexibility, all while producing a rich and clear tone in every range. Edwards instruments are made with outstanding quality and customer service to match. Why play anything else, when you can play an Edwards."

Jeriad Wood
Professor, Texas Woman's University