Jeanie Lee

Tenor Trombone Artist

Jeanie Lee

Jeanie Lee

Assistant Professor of Trombone, Morehead State

Instrument Specs

  • Model: T350-E
  • Bell: 333CF
  • Slide: T-DBN
  • Tuning Slide: Yellow Single Radius
  • Leadpipe: T2 Brass
  • Model: T302
  • Bell: 9132CF
  • Slide: T302-2N
  • Tuning Slide: Rose
  • Neckpipe: Yellow
  • Leadpipe: T2 Brass

Artist Comments

"Edwards trombones surpass any other instrument on the market today. I have challenged this perception time and time again by shopping all other brands until I find the best of the best and then I compare this to Edwards. Every time I have chosen an Edwards above all others for its superior tone quality and response. The Edwards instruments make my job as a trombonist easy!

"The quality service from Christian Griego and the Edwards staff allow any trombonist to customize the instrument to fit his own playing style and to own an instrument that feels and sounds like it was made for him."

Jeanie Lee is Assistant Professor of Trombone at Morehead State Univeristy. She is a graduate of the Ohio State University and received a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Michigan. Lee's previous positions include Principal Trombone of Midland-Odessa Symphony and Big Spring Symphony in Texas as well as Principal Trombone of Anchorage Symphony Orchestra in Alaska.

She has also performed as a member of Lone Star Brass Quintet, Anchorage Symphony Brass Quintet and was a founding member of the Borealis Brass. As a free-lancer, Lee has performed with groups such as After Six Orchestra (Anchorage, AK), the Broadway touring production of Chorus Line, Natalie Cole, Moody Blues, and Manhattan Transfer.

Lee now performs as a regular member of the Horizon Brass Quintet and free-lances throughout Kentucky, Ohio and West Virginia. Lee is versatile in classical, jazz and commercial styles. She has performed recently with Lexington Philharmonic, Huntington Symphony Orchestra, West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Kentucky Jazz Repertory Orchestra, and the DiMartino/Osland Jazz Orchestra.

Lee is a clinician for Edwards Trombones. She plays exclusively on Edwards instruments.

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In Their Own Words

Jeremy Wilson

"I have a few important expectations of my instrument: it should sound good, be comfortable to play, and allow me the flexibility to fit into a wide variety of musical situations. My Edwards fulfills all of those expectations. A truly top-quality instrument."

Jeremy Wilson
Second Trombonist, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra