When you study trombone at CIM, you’re considered a young professional. That means we’ll support and challenge you to reach your full artistic potential as a teacher and performer.

You’ll have multiple opportunities to perform solo, chamber, orchestral, operatic and new music repertoire. Orchestral participation is virtually continuous. You’ll also undergo extensive preparation in the brass orchestral repertoire class conducted by our colleague, Michael Sachs, principal trumpet of The Cleveland Orchestra.

Your weekly lessons are taught in CIM’s new trombone studio, outfitted to serve as your rehearsal space, gathering place and general home for all things trombone.

Alumni Success

Our trombone grads perform with...

  • Pittsburgh Symphony
  • Detroit Symphony
  • Montreal Symphony
  • Milwaukee Symphony
  • Canton Symphony
  • US Army Field Band
  • Air Force Heritage of America Band

Brass grads have won positions with...

  • James Box — trombone, Montreal Symphony
  • Alan Baer — tuba, New York Philharmonic
  • Guy Hardan — tuba, Jerusalem Symphony
  • Ryan Anthony — trumpet, Canadian Brass
  • Benjamin Wright — trumpet, Boston Symphony
  • Bruce Hudson — horn, Los Angeles Philharmonic

Concerts and events

Apr 28 Sun
6:00 pm
Apr 29 Mon
8:00 pm
Brass Ensembles Concert
Chamber Music Performance, Concert Series
May 1 Wed
4:00 pm
May 5 Sun
6:00 pm
Senior Recital: Carter Loud, tuba
Brass, Conservatory Student Recitals
May 7 Tue
2:00 pm
First Master of Music Recital: David Hector, trombone
Brass, Conservatory Student Recitals