You are invited to join Dillon Music & Conn-Selmer for a one-day-only brass event at Steinway Hall in New York City.
Grab a bite, take a master class, play-test over 100 trumpets & trombones while learning from industry professionals.
Join us after for a private Jazz Concert after the event featuring music ensemble: Tom 'Bones' Malone, Blue Lou Marini, Chris Rogers, Gil Goldstein, Mark Egan, and Danny Gottlieb. RSVP HERE.
May 18, 2019
Steinway Hall, New York, NY
1133 Avenue of the Americas,
New York, NY 10036
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Tom 'Bones' Malone
12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
Tom 'Bones' Malone, is a lifelong Conn-Selmer artist. Tom “Bones” Malone, trombonist, multi-instrumentalist, arranger & producer is among the most experienced professionals in the business. Tom is best known for his work with The Blues Brothers, David Letterman Show and Saturday Night Live. Tom has played on 4,000 television shows, 3,000 radio & television commercials, over 1,000 recordings and thousands of live performances throughout the world. Tom has written over 1,600 arrangements for television.
2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Trumpeter Kenneth DeCarlo has performed, toured and recorded with the New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Cleveland Orchestra, the Saito Kinen Orchestra in Japan and other ensembles in the New York City area. He is also currently a member of the American Ballet Theater Orchestra. Kenneth has been a member of the Brass Faculty at the Mason School of the Arts since 2014 and will be Head of Brass starting Fall Semester 2019. Mr. DeCarlo, a native New Yorker, is a graduate of the Manhattan School of Music.
3:30 pm - 4:15 pm
Mark Kellogg is Associate Professor of Trombone, Euphonium, and Brass Chamber Music at the Eastman School of Music. A faculty member since 1991, Mr. Kellogg teaches trombone, euphonium, alto trombone, and jazz trombone, and coordinates the brass chamber music program. An active performer, he also holds the position of Principal Trombone of the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra. Throughout his career, he has embraced a wide variety of performing roles, from jazz soloist to chamber musician to orchestral performer.