American Trombone Workshop
The American Trombone Workshop is one of the largest annual events for trombone in the world, featuring recitals, concerts, workshops, and competitions for musicians of all ages.
Apr 8, 2022 - Apr 9, 2022
ATW Events Location
A link to live events can be found on Facebook. To watch and keep up with the latest ATW news, please visit our Facebook Page.
2022 Featured Artists
Guest Artists for the 2022 American Trombone Workshop include Andre Hayward, David Jackson, Dr. Natalie Mannix, Yu Tamaki, SSG Kyle Gordon, and performances from MU1 Myles Blakemore, SSG Greg Hammond, MSgt Christine Purdue Jones, SSG Ethan Scholl, SSgt Russell Sharp, and Amanda Halstead
Livestreaming will begin on Friday April 8th, 2022 at 12:00pm EST- 8:00pm EST, and will continue and conclude on Saturday April 9th, 2022 from 12:00pm- 8:30pm EST.
Friday, April 8th, 2022 (All times are Eastern Standard Time)
12:00pm- National Tenor Trombone Solo Competition
4:30pm- National Bass Trombone Solo Competition
7pm- Jazz Solo Trombone Competition
Saturday, April 9th, 2022 (All times are Eastern Standard Time)
12:00pm- National Trombone Quartet Competition Winners: Kresege Quartet of Northwestern University
1:30pm- Jazz Trombone Ensemble Competition Winners
3:00pm- Joint Service Trombone Recital: Featuring SSG Greg Hammond, MSgt Christine Purdue Jones, SSG Ethan Scholl, MU1 Myles Blakemore, SSgt Russell Sharp, and Amanda Halstead
4:45pm- Capitol Bones performance
6:00pm- Washington Trombone Ensemble Performance, featuring Dr. Natalie Mannix, Professor of Trombone, University of North Texas
7:30pm- Grand Finale Concert, featuring Professor David Jackson with the US Army Strings, Andre Hayward with the US Army Blues, Yu Tamaki with the US Army Concert Band, and trombonists of the US Army Band.
The American Trombone Workshop’s Service Member Seminar is an opportunity for Active Duty, National Guard, And Reserve Military Personnel to experience the Workshop to its fullest potential. Seminar attendees will attend a prescribed number of the workshop’s events, attend dress rehearsals and gain special access to the visiting artists including exclusive question and answer sessions and a private one hour lesson, all free of charge. All seminar members will receive a certificate upon completion.
Who is Eligible: Active Duty, National Guard, and Reserve Military Personnel
Requirements: Seminar members must attend the required events as listed on the "Required Event Planning and Signature Sheet" and obtain signatures from the designated United States Army Band representative or designated visiting artist at each event.
To register and for more information contact SSG Katy Thigpen
- MSG Sam Woodhead - Conference Chairman
- MSG Chris Branagan - Assistant Chairman
- SFC Adam McColley - Exhibits Coordinator
- SSG Hank Currey - National Solo Competition
- SSG Austin Westjohn - National Trombone Quartet Competition
- SSG Katy Thigpen - Education Coordinator
- SSG Greg Hammond - Guest Artist Recital Coordinator
- MSG Trent Stockton - Archives