The Arizona State University Horn Studio
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years of Horn Articles Online
Yes, it is true! Horn Articles Online was launched in the fall of
1998. The site has seen several updates recently and if you have not checked
it in a while be sure to visit.
ASU horn grads
Juli Buxbaum will be joining the faculty at Arkansas State University in
Jonesboro, Arkansas this fall as the Instructor of Horn. She graduated with
her DMA from ASU this past spring semester and was one of the horn TAs.
This being in addition to DMA student and TA Alexis Lovelady winning a
position this past spring in the The United States Air Force Heritage of
America Band, based at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in Virginia. ASU is a great
place to study horn!
editions from Dr. Ericson
Dr. Ericson has updated his
series of publications through Horn Notes Edition, with seven books coming out in
updated and very affordable Kindle editions in early 2018! More information may be found at
Orchestra to feature many works with
great horn parts during the 2018-19 school year!
Some highlights include:
Strauss - Don Juan
(9/22/2018, 7:30, Gammage)
Mozart - Symphony No. 29 (10/2/2018, 7:30,
Brahms - Symphony No. 2 (2/28/2019, 7:30, Gammage)
Mussorgsky/Ravel – Pictures at an Exhibition
(3/31/2019, 7:30, Gammage)
And much more! Not to mention that we are hosting
the CBDNA convention and there are some major wind band works planned as
Upcoming student recitals this semester
They are not scheduled yet! Be
watching for more information.
Watch the horn choir perform
Our entire November 5, 2016 concert (jointly
with the ASU tuba studio) may be seen here:
Become a fan on Facebook
Check us out at
http://www.facebook.com/AsuHornStudio. Current and former students, and really anyone interested in horn at ASU, are welcomed to become fans.
For more ASU brass...
Be sure to also check out the
ASU Trombone Studio website and the
ASU Tuba-Euphonium Studio website; both are excellent resources and give another view of study in the brass studios at Arizona State.
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