76 Trombones! Well, almost…

by elizabeth | March 2nd, 2010

Master Class at University of Quito San Francisco 2/26/10

Friday I gave a master class at the University of Quito, San Francisco. Professor Jay Byron invited trombone and trumpet players, and some other students showed up as well – singers, bass players, guitarists, and drummers.

Singing at UQSF

Trombones Side View

We listened to some music and then practiced improvising alone and in pairs….

Elizabeth with USF students

Jesse and Francisco

…and finally as a group:

Later we headed over to “The Cactus” for a set of my music and then a jam session with the students. Lots of fun! Thanks to visiting faculty Matt Witek, Katie Thiroux, and Samuel, who played during the master class and the Cactus session.

Playing at the Cactus

Singer Girls

Cactus Students

One Response to “76 Trombones! Well, almost…”

  1. Kevin Russell says:

    You are great!

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elizabeth! is a vocalist, trombonist, and songwriter working in NYC and Los Angeles. Originally from Vermont, she studied neuroscience at Harvard before moving to NYC to play, tour, and record with jazz musicians, indie rockers, pop stars and more. Her new album of original jazzy pop tunes was just released on Canopy Jazz!

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