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LÄTZSCH

TROMBONE

FESTIVAL

WELCOME

This year, Enschede (The Netherlands) and Heek (Germany) will host the vibrant 'Lätzsch Trombone Festival' for the third time. An exciting mix of international top trombonists, established names, and emerging talents will all come together at the 'ArtEZ Conservatory’ of Enschede and the 'Music Academy North Rhein Westfalen’ in Heek.

 

The third edition of our festival is again, aimed specifically at advanced tenor and bass trombonists concentrating on audition preparation. On December 20, the festival will hold a mock audition

FIRST PRIZE IS A NEW LÄTZSCH TROMBONE (Bass or Tenor) OF THE WINNER'S CHOICE.

 

The program includes classical music, jazz, newly composed works, ancient music, and many crossovers. In short, there’s something for everyone.

 

The campus includes rehearsal spaces, lodging, a cafeteria and an underground pub. This trombone festival will be the place to be to meet enthusiastic trombonists from all over the world.

 

During the five-day festival, participants will be coached by experienced professional orchestral trombonists. Each day, you will have the opportunity to play in masterclasses, trombone ensembles, view instrument exhibits, and relax with other participants and faculty members.

A voluntary competition in the form of an orchestral audition will be held on Day 4 of the festival.  

 

New at this years festival-  JAZZ / POP / CROSS OVER. A simultaneous five-day course will also be lead by Jiggs Whigham and Carol Jarvis.

 

Only 20 participant vacancies are available for this course!!!!

 

In addition, the 'Lätzsch Trombone Festival' will adopt a specific cancer foundation each year for charity. During this year’s Festival, we will raise money to support Carol Jarvis’

'TROMBONES RAISE MONEY FOR CHARITY’  project.

 

Carol and I both got our lives back after a stem cell transplantation. Watch CAROL'S MOVIE below, visit and read the articles on her web-site and you will understand why we as 'The Lätzsch Trombone Festival' decided to adopt Carol Jarvis' projects during our 2014 festival.

www.caroljarvis.com

 

If we can help raise funds through lots of different avenues, then we may be able to help future patients and contribute a tiny bit towards the cure for cancer once and for all.

 

Ben Cruiming

Festival Manager

 

 

 

 

RENOWNED ARTISTS AND TEACHERS

DECEMBER 16 - 21 ARE THE DATES.

TEACHERS 2014

Life after Transplants

LIFE AFTER TRANSPLANTATION

A short film explaining how patients have coped after they have finished a stem cell transplantation.