Lincoln Musicians Association

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Local 463's Trumpet performer / teachers:

 

Phone: 402-421-2452
Tom is a very active trumpet player performing classical, jazz and other various styles of music. Tom is the trumpet professor at Doane University, Concordia University and also has a private studio of trumpet students of all ages at his studio here in Lincoln. You can see him performing in the Plymouth Brass, the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra, the Palladium Brass, the Omaha Brass Ensemble and occasionally with the Omaha Symphony Orchestra and other various groups.



Phone: 402-298-8795



Phone: 785-220-7864
For more information, click here: www.amandamccullough.com
Amanda McCullough is a composer and trumpet player from Lincoln, Nebraska. Originally from Topeka, Kansas, she studied trumpet at Washburn University, graduating Summa Cum Laude with Music Department honors in 2011, earning a BM in trumpet performance, a BA in music, and a minor in mathematics. After her graduation from Washburn, she relocated to Lincoln, where she studied composition at the University of Nebraska under Dr. Eric Richards, earning a Masters of Music in Composition in 2013. In Topeka, she was a performer with various Mariachi groups, including Mariachi Las Palomas and Mariachi Girasol. In the Lincoln/Omaha area, she has played trumpet in Omaha Symphonic Winds, Capitol Jazz Society Big Band, a 2015 production of Sweeney Todd, UNL Wind Ensemble, UNL Symphony Orchestra, UNL Big Band, the UNL Contemporary Music Ensemble and the UNL graduate brass quintet. Amanda has premiered several pieces for brass quintet, trumpet ensemble, and wind ensemble, including a symphony for Wind Ensemble in 2013 and a piece for chamber Wind Ensemble in 2015 (premiered by Omaha Symphonic Winds). In 2014, her electronic composition “Melting Clocks” was premiered at the 14th Annual Electronic Music Midwest Conference in Chicago, and in February of 2015, her solo vocal work “The Clock Strikes One that Just Struck Two” based off of the poem by Emily Dickinson, made its debut at the Fifteen Minutes of Fame performance by baritone Andrew White in New York City. She is currently attending University of Nebraska-Lincoln where she is pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts in Composition under Dr. Tyler White.



Phone: 402-489-6522
Brad plays and teaches all styles of music. You can see him on stage with Nebraska Brass Quintet, Nebraska Jazz Orchestra, Lincoln Muncipal Band, to name a few.



Phone: 402-438-3149
Brian teaches and plays all styles of music. He plays with Plymouth Brass, Lincoln Symphony and Third Chair Chamber Players.



Phone: 308-382-1108



Phone: 402-212-1339

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