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Bill Huber, trombone

Bill Huber, a free-lance trombonist, teacher, and writer in Nashville, TN with over thirty years experience, demonstrates the true versatility of a music professional, as seen by his being the only trombonist to achieve the following “hat trick” of performing: to record with James Brown, play on the Grand Ole Opry and perform The Rite of Spring! From his being a featured performer, clinician, instructor and player Bill most enjoys sharing his love of music with those who love music, too.

Recording Credits: Bob Seegar, Toby Keith, Delbert McClinton (Grammy nominated), James Brown, The War and the Treaty, John Oates, Allison Moorer, Big Band of Brothers, Boots Randolph, The Nashville Jazz Orchestra, Terry Vosbein (All Things Kenton), The Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, The Modern Jazz Tuba Project, Al Delory, Brent Homes, Various TV and Film soundtracks, etc.

Performance Credits: Diana Ross, Aretha Franklin, Natalie Cole, Little Richard, Manhattan Transfer, Henry Mancini, Michael Feinstein, The Muscle Shoals All Stars (Lincoln Center and Poretta, Italy), The Temptations, The Fifth Dimension, The Four Tops, Mannheim Steamroller, The Bowling Green Chamber Orchestra, TPAC/ Broadway Musicals and many others.

Featured Performer/Clinician: Artist in Residence at Blair School of Music, Knoxville Jazz Youth Orchestra, the International Trombone Festival, the University of Tennessee, W.C. Handy Music Festival, the International Tuba & Euphonium Conference, Governor’s School, The Cumberland Winds, etc.

Instructor/Master Classes/Band Camps: Adjunct instructor of Brass at Cumberland University, Emeritus Instructor of Trombone and Euphonium at Trevecca Nazarene University; Master classes and/or summer camps at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee Technological University, The University of North Florida, Blair School of Music, The University of North Alabama, W.C. Handy Music Festival Jazz Camp, and elsewhere.

Fun Facts: Loves coffee, good books, his Conn 8H, and sesquipedalianism.