Tenor Trombone Artist
Instructor, Interlochen Arts Academy
- Model: T350
- Bell: 336CF
- Slide: T-BCN
- Tuning Slide: Rose
- Leadpipe: T2 Alessi
- None listed
Thomas Riccobono is instructor of low brass at the Interlochen Arts Academy. He holds degrees from the Eastman School of Music, Penn State University, and the Cleveland Institute of Music. He has performed concertos with the Penn State and Florida State University orchestras, Interlochen Arts Academy Band, Encore Society of Winds and the Traverse Symphony Orchestra. He was a concerto winner and soloist at Pennsylvania State University and Florida State University, and a solo competition winner at the Eastern Trombone Workshop in 1996.
Tom has also performed with the Savannah Symphony, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Rochester Philharmonic, Milwaukee Symphony, Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchestra in Salzau, Germany, and the Spoleto Festival Orchestra (Italy).
Tom is principal trombonist with the Traverse Symphony Orchestra and conducts the NMC Concert Band and the choir at Immaculate Conception Church in Traverse City.
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