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2013 Midwest Trumpet Festival Faculty

PSU Midwest Trumpet Festival
October 9 - 10, 2016

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Under the direction of Dr. Todd J. Hastings, the Midwest Trumpet Festival's mission is to gather leading performers, educators, students, and community for an intensive time of large and small continuing education sessions, master classes, recitals, and concerts.

The festival will also serve to bring together the community of professional trumpet pedagogues and performers from the Midwest region. The festival will feature renowned trumpet performers and scholars and is open for the public to attend.

The 2016 Midwest Trumpet Festival will be held on the PSU Campus in the new Bicknell Family Center for the Arts.  Designed and constructed by the world's most renowned theater architects, this $33 million facility features a 1,100-seat performance hall, a 250-seat theater, a 3,500 square-foot art gallery and state-of-the-art technology. Read more about the Bicknell Center >>

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~ 2016 Featured Guest Artists ~

Allan Dean

Allan Dean

Trumpeter, Professor of Trumpet,
Recording Artist

Claudio Roditi

Claudio Roditi

Trumpeter, Grammy-nominee,
Recording Artist
Biography | Discography


~ Guest Artist Faculty ~

Click for Artists Bios

Allen Dean
Professor of Trumpet
Yale University School of Music

Ben Hay
Artist Instructor / Adjunct Professor of Trumpet
Northeastern State University / Tulsa Community College

Karl Sievers
Professor of Trumpet
University of Oklahoma

Claudio Roditi
Trumpeter,
Grammy-nominee / Recording Artist

Tim Wootton
Adjunct Professor of Trumpet
Evangel University / Southwest Baptist University

Dr. Todd J. Hastings
Professor of Music
Pittsburg State University
Todd's Website

Others To Be Announced

Exhibitors

luyben

thompson music

  

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