Retired Sergeant MajorThe United States Army Field Band
Ginger Turner recently retired from 27 years performing with The United States Army Field Band, "The Musical Ambassadors of the Army."
Her career has included playing principal trumpet, performing as a soloist, leading a brass quintet, and giving numerous master classes around the country. As an educator, Ms. Turner has extensive experience sitting on audition panels, and helping numerous students prepare for their future performances and careers. She is also the designer and coordinator of A Trumpeter's Resource DVD Instructional Video, and frequently presents seminars on "Building a Better Brass Section through the development of the Brass Quintet."
In addition, Ms. Turner serves on the International Women's Brass Conference (IWBC) board and continues to travel the country coaching students on team-building, leadership, and life skills that will foster their individual growth and development, Ns, Turner holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Education and a Master's Degree in Trumpet Performance from Arizona State University where she studied with David Hickman.
Designed to coach and inspire all level of students with my 27 years of experience in The United States Army Field Band. Set yourselves up for greatness, it's not really that hard!!
I can pick and coach literature for all levels of students. Coach small groups for Solo and Ensemble Competition.
This is designed to provide the students with the tools to play well together while developing their independence and leadership. I have all of the books to use on this clinic.
Prepared to play "Concertpiece" by James Curnow - Grade 4 and I own the band arrangement. Very playable by medium high school band. Could be done in conjunction with clinics.
Designed to help all students whether they are preparing for a chair test, a college audition or a JOB!!