Ohio Trombone Quartet opens Miracle on Main

Written by Anne Cornell on . Posted in artPARK, Performances

Ohio Trombone Quartet

at 5pm November 22

Perched on the second floor of the artPARK gallery, the Ohio Trombone Quartet will put their lips to their horns and … because brass instruments boast “loudest family in the orchestra meant to be heard far and wide”… their music will reach out across Main Street and the court square to stir the festive spirit before the LET IT SNOW parade and bands arrive (around 6:15pm).

Ohio Trombone Quartet (OTQ) consists of professional musicians from the central Ohio area. Lucas Borges is the Professor of Trombone at Ohio University. Lucas Kaspar (bass trombone) teaches trombone at Muskingum University. Tony Weikel is Second Trombone in the Springfield Symphony and Low Brass Instructor at Otterbein University. Joe Brown is currently the Visiting Assistant Professor of Trombone at Appalachian State. OTQ has recently performed at the International Trombone Conference and Ohio Music Educators Conference. The mission of OTQ is to promote chamber music through performance and education. The group is also very interested in promoting new music. OTQ can next be heard in the area performing with the Muskingum Valley Symphonic Winds on May 3rd, 2020, as they perform Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, a new work for trombone quartet and wind band.

sponsored by McWane Ductile and Dean’s Jewelry

Check out our other holiday events at the Pomerene. Trying on Santa, Donovan And Friends, a Pomerene Christmas Cabaret


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