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The trombone studio at Bowling Green State University is made up of 16-20 undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students hailing from both the US and abroad. Led by Dr. Brittany Lasch, students at BSGU have the opportunity to pursue degrees in both classical and jazz performance, music education, as well as a DMA that specializes in contemporary performance. All trombonists have the opportunity to participate in the BGSU Trombone Choir as well as a wide range of additional ensembles including the BGSU Philharmonia, Wind Symphony, Concert Band, University Band, Marching Band, as well as a host of big bands, combos, and other chamber ensembles.
BGSU is able to offer qualified undergraduate students financial aid as well as scholarships for both merit and academic achievement. Additionally, there are graduate assistantship positions open for the trombone studio and many other departments in the College of Musical Arts.
For more information on the BGSU Trombone studio or the College of Musical Arts, please email Professor Brittany Lasch at blasch(at)bgsu.edu.
The BG trombone choir rehearses on campus on Monday evenings. Please feel free to stop in to observe or join if you are a prospective student. Email Dr. Lasch for more information.
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The Undergraduate Trombone Quartet
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With its tradition of excellence, the college’s heritage provides a foundation for quality and growth for the 21st century. Bowling Green State University’s College of Musical Arts has earned a reputation as one of the country’s outstanding collegiate music programs. The college provides training for students pursuing professional and teaching degrees in music. Its graduates hold appointments in a multitude of colleges and universities, private and public schools, as well as successful and fulfilling careers as professional musicians, composers, arts administrators and private studio teachers.