Welcome to the Pittsburg State University trombone studio web page. The studio members are active as performers, students and teaching of young trombonists in the region. Activities include not only the regular university ensembles, but also the trombone choir, trombone quartets, jazz combos and some players are members of the Crowder Jazz Orchestra, an area professional jazz ensemble.
Recent students have participated in the Kansas Intercollegiate Band, The Kansas Intercollegiate Jazz Ensemble, the National Intercollegiate Band, and trombone choirs at the International Trombone festivals
PSU has hosted a variety of master classes affording our students valuable opportunity to work with world renowned performers and pedagogues.
The studio with Mr. Joe Alessi Principal Trombone with the New York Philharmonic (2nd from the right front row). Joe presented a master class and recital.
Danish trombonist and recording artist Carsten Svanberg (3rd from left) has presented 3 recitals and master classes at PSU.
Mr. M. Dee Stewart presented a concert and clinic.
Alain Trudel presented a concert and clinic.
Steve Turre with the PSU Jazz Ensemble at KMEA.
JoDee Davis clinician
Chris Goddard, Graduate student from Olathe, KSSteven Brown, Senior from Overland Park, KSAmanda Damewood, Senior from Oologah, OKJosiah Hashman, Senior from Pittsburg, KSJosh Miller, Junior from Oronogo, MOGage Rogers, Sophomore from Pittsburg, KSZach Muetzel, Sophomore from Dearborn, MOEvan Noel, Freshman from Carl Junction, MO
Josh Tidd at ITF 2011 held in Nashville, TN. Josh is 4th from the Left.
PSU students: Beth Rouintree, Greg Scheetz, Robert Kehle (Faculty), Christine Lovell and Josh Tidd at the 2010 International Trombone Festival.All the students performed in various trombone choirs.
Christine Lovell in the center
Josh Tidd second from the left
Greg Scheetz. He is just right of the tall guy.
Beth Rouintree is in red next to Josh Tidd
Josh Tidd at Bruce William's master class (Austin, TX Symphony)
2007 National Intercollegiate Band trombone section with recent graduate Terri Houston (4th from left).
International Trombone Association
Robert G. Kehle, University Professor (1978)B.M., B.A. with Teaching Certificate, Washington State University; M.M., D.M., (Candidate) Indiana University. Artist Affiliate with C. G. Conn. Specialties: Trombone; Director of Jazz Studies; Jazz Ensemble I. firstname.lastname@example.org Office phone 620/235-4474.
What has Mr. Kehle been doing?