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Eric Rombach-Kendall

M.M., University of Michigan

Professor, Director of Bands

rombach@unm.edu
(505)277-2126
Center for the Arts Room B125

Curriculum Vitae

Eric Rombach-Kendall is Professor of Music at the University of New Mexico, where he has served as Director of Bands since 1993.  Prior to his appointment at UNM, Mr. Rombach-Kendall held conducting positions at Boston University and Carleton College and taught in the Washington State Public Schools for six years.

Mr. Rombach-Kendall served as President of the College Band Directors National Association from 2011-2013.  He has been a guest conductor and clinician throughout the United States and Canada and has published articles in The Instrumentalist, New Mexico Musician, and Teaching Music Through Performance in Band.   

Mr. Rombach-Kendall’s bands have received national acclaim through their performances at the College Band Directors National Association National and Southwest Division Conferences, the MENC National Conference, North American Saxophone Alliance, Society of Composers, Inc., and the New Mexico Music Educators Conference.  Mr. Rombach-Kendall is the conductor and co-producer of five recordings with the University of New Mexico Wind Symphony on Summit Records:  Fandango, featuring Philip Smith, Principal Trumpet of the New York Philharmonic, and Joseph Alessi, Principal Trombone of the New York Philharmonic, Illuminations, featuring Mr. Alessi, Classic Solos for Winds, featuring woodwind faculty members at the University of New Mexico, Fascinating Ribbons, and Tales of Imagination, featuring UNM Horn Professor J. D. Shaw.

An advocate of contemporary music, Mr. Rombach-Kendall has commissioned and premiered many works for wind ensemble and concert band.  Works he has commissioned have been performed by such prestigious organizations as the New York Philharmonic on Live at Lincoln Center, and the United States Marine Band (The President’s Own).  He is an alumnus of the University of Puget Sound and the University of Michigan with degrees in music education and wind conducting.

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