"Making a Living in the Music Business as a Trumpet Player," with Tony Scodwell
From site: News & Events
Date: Saturday, April 27th, 2013
Time: 1:30 pm
Location: Stage, Eaton Chapel
Sponsored by: Ferrall Artist-in-Residence program
Contact: , Contact: Beth Pohl 363-2366
Join Beloit native Tony Scodwell, trumpeter, soloist, and headliner of stage and studio and the 2013 The Victor E. Ferrall, Jr. Endowed Artist-in-Residence for a public lecture in conjunction with his residency titled "Making a Living in the Music Business as a Trumpet Player".
This event is co-sponsored by Northern Public Radio.
This event is free and open to the campus and community.
Tony Scodwell was born and raised in Beloit, Wisconsin, graduating from high school in 1961. His education continued at the prestigious Berklee School of Music in Boston on a full scholarship provided by the international music magazine Down Beat Leaving school in the fall of 1962 to join the Stan Kenton Orchestra and returning upon the completion of that year, he once again felt the urge to tour and rejoined the Kenton Orchestra the following April. From that point on, Tony Scodwell has been a working, professional musician.