Gregory Harper

Bass Trombone Artist

Gregory Harper

Gregory Harper

Bass Trombonist, Colorado Symphony

Instrument Specs

  • Model: B454-D
  • Bell: 1023CF
  • Slide: B-DBN
  • Tuning Slide: Rose Dual Radius
  • Leadpipe: B1 Brass

Artist Comments

"I have owned an Edwards bass trombone for the past nine years. My B454 has helped me progress through my collegiate studies and into my profesional job with ease. Whether playing Haydn or cranking it out on Mahler, the variety of colors I'm able to produce makes it a joy to play."

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Gregory Harper is currently Bass Trombonist with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, as well as Special Assistant Professor of Trombone as Colorado State University. He holds a MM degree from the Rice University Shepherd School of Music and a BM degree from the University Of Massachusetts at Amherst. Greg has also performed with the Houston Symphony, L'Orquestra Sinfonica de Galicia of La Coruna, Spain as well in the Cabrio, Spoleto, and National Repertory Orchestras. His Primary teachers have included Matthew Guilford, David Finlayson, Jerry Shaw, David Sporny, and David Waters.

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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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Jeanie Lee

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Jeanie Lee
Assistant Professor of Trombone, Morehead State