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Lauren Casey-Clyde is an international performer and music educator residing in Austin, TX. Her performance career on both trombone and euphonium has brought her across the globe and has given her the opportunity to perform with Orchestras such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and with conductors such as Andris Nelsons and Bernard Haitink. She maintains a low brass private studio in Austin TX, and San Jose, CA, in which her students have consistently received the highest accolades and performed with state County and All-State ensembles. She also works as an instructor at the seven-time World Champion Santa Clara Vanguard Drum & Bugle Corps, and is also a marching instructor with the 2019 BOA Grand National Champion Vandegrift Viper Marching Band.
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"One of the most popular French trombone solos by one of the most well known 20th Century French composers - the Bozza Ballade. A piece in one movement, though divided into distinct sections and includes a few tongue-in-cheek references to the trombonist's literature."

City of Arts and Sciences - Bone Trom

City of Arts and Sciences - Bone Trom

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"A moving and passionate work by David Faleris.  His quartet "City of Arts and Sciences" won the Big 12 Trombone Conference Composition Competition in 2013 and has been performed across the globe."

Upcoming Events

Virtual Masters Recital Premiere

May 12th, 2021 7:00pm CST

My Masters recital will premiere virtually on Youtube so anyone can watch for free This recital is a celebration of my past 2 years at UT! Repertoire will consist of a variety of trombone music from Casterede, Wagenseil, Telemann and Bernofsky. RSVP HERE

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North Texas Low Brass Summer Camp

June 5-7th, 2021

The North Texas Low Brass Camp is a summer intensive  music camp for tuba, euphonium and trombone players  middle school through high school. As a faculty member, I will assist in teaching warm up class, judging the solo competition, and performing on the faculty recital. More info HERE

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