Applied Music Studies, Brass - Trombone
Grammy winner Brett Shuster is the Trombone Professor at the University of Louisville. Professor Shuster’s educational background includes a B.M. from the New England Conservatory of Music, an M.M. from Northwestern University, and a D.M.A. from Arizona State University. His performance experience includes two years traveling internationally with the Grammy winning Chestnut Brass Company, and appearances with the Louisville Orchestra, San Diego Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Vermont Symphony, Arizona Opera, and Boston Philharmonic.
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Professor Shuster has recorded on the Polygram, Newport Classics, Albany, Warner, and Summit labels. During the summers of 1997 -1999, Dr. Shuster performed as a soloist and conductor, and provided master classes at the Seminario de Musica de Montenegro, Brazil. In March 2004, Dr. Shuster was featured soloist with the United States Army Orchestra at the Eastern Trombone Workshop. Dr. Shuster’s teaching experience also includes serving on the faculty at Western Illinois University from 1999-2000 and Temple University from 1994-1996.