Gram Lee is a performer and educator located in Austin, Texas. He attended the University of Michigan to receive a double major in Music Education and Trombone Performance, graduating with High Honors studying under Professor David Jackson. He then received his Master’s in Trombone Performance at Yale University, where he studied under Scott Hartman.
Gram is an avid performer who currently serves as the 2nd trombonist of the Mobile Symphony. He has been fortunate enough to play with orchestras and groups such as Burning River Brass, The Youngstown Symphony, New World Symphony, Ann Arbor Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, and the Bangor Symphony Orchestra.
As an educator, he serves as the Associate Professor of Trombone and Euphonium at Texas Lutheran University and maintains a private studio in the Leander School District.
Gram is a representative for Edwards Instruments and Griego Mouthpieces, where he fits people to custom trombones and mouthpieces (a job he dreamed of doing in his youth.) In his spare time, he loves cooking for his friends/family and very much enjoys spending time with his two loving dogs.
Why Gram Plays Edwards
“Music enables a voice of expression that may be new to some. Allow your fundamental practice to help you magnify that remarkable discovery and enjoy the journey.”