Christopher Buckholz in Concert

20sep7:30 pm9:00 pmChristopher Buckholz in Concert

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Trombone faculty Dr. Christopher Buckholz in concert, with Dr. Natasha Stojanovska on piano.

Chris Buckholz is a virtuoso crossover artist in both classical music and jazz. He is Associate Professor of Trombone at the University of New Mexico, where he also directs UNM Jazz I. Buckholz has three solo CDs to his credit: the 2015 classical/jazz double album Versatility, A la Albéniz from 2012 and the 2006 jazz release Muse. He is the first trombonist to have released both a classical and a jazz solo CD. From 1997 to 2005, Buckholz was the lead trombonist for the Army Jazz Ambassadors in Washington, D.C. and performed with the Pittsburgh, National and Baltimore Symphonies, and the Boston and Cincinnati Pops. He has performed alongside many jazz greats, including Carl Fontana, Bobby Shew, Bill Watrous, Conrad Herwig, Matt Wilson, Phil Woods, Kevin Mahogany, Wayne Bergeron, Dick Oatts, Kenny Werner, Slide Hampton, Christian McBride, Jim Pugh, Louie Bellson, Jeff Coffin, and Greg Gisbert. Buckholz is a co-founder of the Southwest Trombone Conference. He has given masterclasses at universities and conferences throughout North and South America. He holds degrees from Wake Forest University, Yale University and the University of Michigan. His teachers include John Swallow, H. Dennis Smith, Arnold Jacobs, Curtis Fuller, Conrad Herwig, Steve Davis and Steve Turré.

Tickets on sale starting August 16 at This concert is included with the Faculty Concert Series pass.



September 20, 2024 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm(GMT-06:00)

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