Amanda Stewart in the New York Times
Amanda Stewart recently won the associate principal trombone position in the New York Philharmonic. Now she’s being featured in the New York Times. We particularly like the nice shot of the Alessi Model.
Joseph Alessi Interview
No, we do not wear sweaters in August in Wisconsin. It took us a while to get to post this video but we hope you enjoy it.
Un-Seong Kim Presents Recital
Korean trombonist Un-Seong Kim recently presented a recital of music by Handel, Bach, Larsson, Guilmant and others. Jangmi Music Co. handled the promotion and created the recital program below. Thanks for the Alessi Model publicity, guys!
T396-A in Process
Out they go. Enjoy!
Eastern Trombone Workshop
The ETW is one of the best trombone gatherings around, not just because it’s free, but because the US Army has a knack for getting so many talented artists to perform. If you can’t make it to Ft. Myer, VA, fear not. The US Army also streams the concerts live: www.usarmyband.com/video/2009_etw_video_broadcast.html You’ll notice the Alessi...
TMEA & Edwards 2009
Another year has come & gone and most new years resolutions are already broken. Well my New Years resolution was to complete the Alessi model and it has come true. We have started production and the first few are now in the buffing department. There are a few small details that will be added as...
Alessi and the T396-A at Midwest
Edwards will be at the Midwest Convention in Chicago December 17-19 displaying our regular assortment of trombones and trumpets. After much testing and input from players around the country, we’ll be showing our new Eb trumpet, as well. Trombone players will also be able to play a new horn — the Alessi Model. But there’s...
Edge-Braced Tenors Now the Standard
As we continue to gear up for the upcoming Alessi Tenor Trombone, I’ve had to make some tough decisions. The T350 has been our standard tenor model since our inception in 1989. However, since we added the T350-E to the catalog a number of years ago, T350 sales have decreased as more and more players...