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The Lyric Brass Quintet
Stan Wilkerson

  • Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, MD
    Master of Music (Performance), 1998
  • Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
    Bachelor of Music (Performance), 1989
Orchestral Experience
  • Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, 1997-present (substitute)
  • Baltimore Pops Orchestra, 1997, (principal)
  • Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, 1994-1996
  • Savannah Symphony Orchestra, 1990-1994
  • Charleston Symphony Orchestra, 1992-1993
  • Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra, 1987-1989
Concerto Engagements
  • Savannah Symphony Orchestra
  • Knoxville Symphony Orchestra
  • Florida State University Wind Orchestra
  • Sound of America Concert Band, European Tour
Jazz Experience
  • Wynton Marsalis Jazz Orchestra
  • Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
  • King Oliver Tribute Band, directed by Jon Faddis
  • Stan Wilkerson Quartet
  • Concert at the Mansion of the Vice-President of the United States
  • Performed with Ray Charles, Benny Carter, Doc Cheetham, Lionel Hampton, James Moody, Johnny Mathis, Joe Williams, Lou Rawls, Bobby Short, Natalie Cole, and many others.
Musical Theatre
  • Ragtime (National Theatre, Washington, D.C.)
  • Chicago (National Theatre)
  • Showboat (National Touring Company)
  • Peter Pan (Broadway Cast starring Cathy Rigby)
  • Dream Girls (Broadway Cast)
Teaching Experience
  • Peabody Preparatory
    Applied Trombone, 1998-present
    Duties: Teaching trombone, coaching chamber ensembles, and performing with faculty brass quintet.
  • Peabody Conservatory of Music
    Jazz Studies Faculty, 1996-1998
    Duties: Teaching fundamental elements of improvisation including jazz theory and harmony; coaching ensembles; private instruction.
  • Mount Royal Symphonic Orchestra and Band Program, Baltimore, MD
    Coordinator, Winds and Brass Department, 1997-present
    Duties: Teaching trombone; in charge of all band operations; program administrator.
  • Crossroads Academy, Chatham County Public Schools, Savannah, GA
    Summer School Music Teacher, 1995
    Duties: Teaching general music course.
  • Private Studio
    Teaching trombone / low brass since 1989.
Lectures, Clinics, and Workshops
  • Savannah Symphony Orchestra
    Guest lecturer, African-American Heritage Concert and Lecture Series.
  • Georgia Southern University
    Guest lecturer for music appreciation class.
  • Interdenominational Theological Center (Atlanta, GA)
    Artist-In-Residence; gave lectures, recitals, and master classes.
  • Armstrong Atlantic State University
    Artist/Clinician for college/high-school music camp. Conducted workshops and low brass master classes.
  • Savannah State University
    Lecture/demonstration on classical and jazz trombone styles.
  • Beach Institute of African-American Culture
    Gave lecture on African Americans in classical music.
  • First Bryant Baptist Church (Savannah, GA)
    Gave lecture on the music of the African-American church.
  • Conducted workshops and clinics for various schools in Georgia, Florida, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Maryland.
Recordings and Publications
  • Marsalis on Music
    Principal trombone for PBS television series and compact disc produced by Sony Classical Music and Films.   Companion book published by W. W. Norton & Company, New York.
  • Latter Rain
    Recording of original compositions; produced, arranged, and played all instruments.
Honors and Activities
  • Peabody Conservatory Fellowship
  • MTNA Wurlitzer Solo Competition National Finalist
  • "Stan Wilkerson Day" proclaimed by mayor of Savannah, GA
  • Florida State University Scholarship
Principal Teachers
  • James Olin, Principal Trombone, Baltimore Symphony
  • Dr. John Drew, Professor, Florida State University
  • Dr. Milton Stevens, Principal Trombone, National Symphony
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Professional Music Fraternity
  • Metropolitan Washington, D.C. Federation of Musicians, Local 161-710, AFM
  • Musicians' Association of Metropolitan Baltimore, Local 40-543, AFM
  • Available upon request.

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