Adjunct Instructor of Trombone
Office: Beegle 102
Education: BA, Western Michigan University; MM, University of North Texas; DM, Northwestern University
Dr. Krosschell is an accomplished bass trombonist, tenor trombonist, and music educator based in the Seattle area. Well versed in classical, jazz, and commercial styles, he has performed with the Yakima Symphony, Federal Way Symphony, Rat City Brass, Seattle Wind Symphony, North Carolina Symphony, the North Carolina Opera Company, Fayetteville Symphony, Opera Carolina, Fort Worth Symphony & Opera, Illinois Symphony, Peoria Symphony, Dallas Jazz Orchestra, and Grand Rapids Symphony.
David holds a doctoral degree in music performance from Northwestern University, where he studied with Charles Vernon, Michael Mulcahy, Randy Hawes, and Ed Kleinhammer. His primary field of research involved gauging the influence of George Roberts on both the concurrent and subsequent generations of bass trombonists. David earned a master's degree in trombone performance from the University of North Texas, where he studied with Dennis Bubert and Dr. Vern Kagarice, and where he held membership in the One O’clock Lab Band and North Texas Wind Symphony. He received his bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University in both music education and music performance while studying with Dr. Steve Wolfinbarger.
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