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Episode 5: Edward Carroll, Director of the Center for Advanced Musical Studies at Chosen Vale
The Arts Salon
While Ed’s records, particularly his Italian Trumpet, are worthy of praise, and although his students plague every imaginable institution of prestige; Ed’s most lasting and important legacy without a doubt is the creation of the Center for Advanced Musical Studies at Chosen Vale. It is, to quote a statement (I find hilarious) made in the promotion of a recent brass album, “a minor miracle” that this festival has managed for to put the most important minds in the trumpet world together for 2 weeks in rural New Hampshire for 17 years. As a focal point of contemporary and new music, Chosen Vale with its renowned faculty has undoubtedly educated more young students in the trumpet music of the late 20th and 21st centuries than any other educational institution I am aware of. And much to the chagrin of staunch orchestral educational institutions the list of its notable alumni, and of their own professional accomplishments would humble even the oldest music festivals in the world. The fact alone that Ed gave Thomas Stevens a place to communicate his ideas to new generations, should put all of us blessed by this, is his debt forever.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/artssalon/support
Edward Carroll (www.edwardcarrollmusic.com), internationally acclaimed soloist, principal trumpet, and educator, is the special guest on this episode of The Other Side of the Bell. Ed discusses his early career performing as principal trumpet in the Rotterdam Philharmonic, and later associate principal trumpet in the Houston Symphony, as well as his prolific solo career performing around the world and recording albums on the Sony, Vox, MHS, and Newport Classic labels. Now, Ed devotes his time to education as Professor of Trumpet and Coordinator of Brass Studies at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), Senior Lecturer at Dartmouth College, and is the Director of the Center for Advanced Musical Studies at Chosen Vale. The show notes for this episode can be found at www.bobreeves.com/35.