2019 Southeast Trombone Symposium Audition Application

Start Time/Date: 12:00 AM Tuesday, June 18, 2019
End Time/Date: 12:00 AM Monday, December 23, 2019
ADDRESS: RiverCenter for the Performing Arts
900 Broadway
CITY: Columbus, Ga 31901

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The 2019 Southeast Trombone Symposium offers participants the opportunity to work one-on-one and in small chamber groups with Symposium Faculty, improving performance, audition, and chamber music skills, as well as overall technique and musicianship. Hosted in the world-class facilities of the Schwob School of Music, located at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts, the Symposium offers participants opportunities for performing in solo, ensemble, and masterclass settings in some of the finest concert and rehearsal facilities in the US. The Symposium will also feature solo recitals, chamber performances and orchestral excerpts by the faculty. In addition, the STS will feature the S.E. Shires Solo Competition and the Orchestral Excerpts Competition (Participant Class eligible only).


Acceptance into the Participant Class, Performer Class, and Artist Class at the Southeast Trombone Symposium is by audition only, and a $35 application fee is required for auditions to be considered. Any questions regarding registration or the Southeast Trombone Symposium should be directed to Dr. Bradley Palmer (trombone@columbusstate.edu).


This registration form is for those seeking a spot in either the Participant Class, Performer Class, or Artist Class at the 2019 STS.  Those wishing to audit the STS should register with the Auditor registration form, available on the STS website.  For more information about the STS including the different classes, please visit the STS website


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