David Dick

Principal Trombonist, Regina Symphony Orchestra

Dr. David Dick is the Principal Trombone of the Regina Symphony Orchestra and Assistant Professor in the Department of Music at the
University of Regina, where he directs the jazz ensemble, teaches music theory and brass classes, in addition to the trombone studio classes for the university and the conservatory. His previous teaching appointments have included University of Memphis, Jackson State University, Belhaven University, and Briercrest College. Previous to his current position, he was the Principal Trombonist of the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.

Dr. Dick is in demand as a clinician and adjudicator, working with bands, jazz bands and soloists at regional and provincial music
festivals, in addition to performing recitals and giving masterclasses. He continues to perform in a wide variety of settings including orchestras, chamber groups, early music ensembles, jazz ensembles, and blues bands.

Dr. Dick earned degrees from the University of Memphis (DMA), McGill University (MMus), and the University of Regina (BMus). His teachers have included Richard Raum, Alastair Kay, James Box, John Mueller, Michael Powell, John Rojak, and Alain Trudel.