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Interview with Tessa Ellis

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James Moore: You’re currently a student at the Curtis Institute. What is it like attending such a small conservatory?

Tessa Ellis: I transferred twice before entering Curtis, so I feel I have a unique perspective on the environment at Curtis. It’s by far the smallest school I’ve attended, and for the most part that’s a good thing. Your teachers all get to know you, you have more interaction with administration, and you know almost everyone’s name within a few weeks! Entering as an older student made it easier for me to “outsource” my social life a bit, which has balanced out the size of Curtis and made it a very positive environment for me.

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Interview with Stacy Simpson

James Moore: As many might know you are first auxiliary trumpet with the Louisville Orchestra and are the lead trumpet player for the Derby Dinner Playhouse, a somewhat stark contrast. How did you come to hold both of these positions? Do you ever find it difficult to “switch gears” when it comes to altering your […]

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Goings On No. 2

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Interview with Linda Landis

James Moore: Like most musicians you started playing at a very young age. Why did you choose to play the trombone, and where did your passion for music begin? Linda Landis: I started playing trombone in the fifth grade. When I was in fourth grade, we had a high school girl who helped out with […]

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Top Posts From 2014

If you’re not subscribed to our free newsletter then you missed our official year-end wrap (view our most recent issue here). Now that 2014 has officially ended we thought it appropriate to do a “Year-End Review” of sorts by listing our top viewed posts from 2014.

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