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UD Horn Ensemble
Interested high school students are encouraged to plan a campus visit
and have a complimentary horn lesson with Dr. Smith to learn more about
continuing their music studies at the college level. Please visit the Horn Studio website.
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The UD Trombone Studio includes students from more than 6 states
studying music education and trombone performance at the undergraduate
and master's levels as well as honors students and non-majors. Students
receive weekly one-hour lessons and participate in a studio class.
trombone studio is very active and has garnered a national reputation.
The UD Trombone Choir performed at the 2014 International Trombone
Festival at the Eastman School of Music and students have been selected
for many prestigious summer festivals and honors ensembles. UD also
hosts an annual Trombone Day, which brings world-class artists to campus
to perform and present master classes. Recent studio alums have gone on
to successful performing endeavors in the US and abroad, teaching
positions, or received graduate assistantships to further their studies.
Find out more about the UD Trombone Studio.
Delaware Trombone Day to be announced.
Students in the UD Trumpet Student are taught by Mark Clodfelter, professor of trumpet, and Chris Underwood, adjunct assistant professor of trumpet.
Professor Clodfelter is a versatile performer of international acclaim and a
multiple Grammy-recommended recording artist. He was recently described
by Classical Voice North Carolina as "…a stellar world-class trumpeter who's dazzling playing wowed the audience," as "warm toned" by the Lexington Herald-Leader (KY) and "an exceptionally strong performer" by the International Trumpet Guild Journal.
Dr. Underwood is an
active educator and performer throughout the United States and Europe and has held positions at UNC
Pembroke and East
Tennessee State University leading master classes, conducting the
ensemble and teaching studio lessons. Dr. Underwood is third trumpet of
Asheville Symphony, solo cornet in the North Carolina Brass Band,
principal Trumpet of the Durham Symphony and a member of the Piedmont
Symphony, and he frequently performs with Roanoke Symphony and Carolina
John David Smith