Distinguished Artist Concert to Feature Renowned Trombonist on April 2

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Jonathan Randazzo to Perform at Gardner-Webb

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. –The Gardner-Webb University School of Performing and Visual Arts is proud to present a Distinguished Artist Concert featuring trombonist Jonathan Randazzo from the North Carolina Symphony. The concert will be held Tuesday, April 2 at 8 p.m. in Blanton Auditorium, located inside Hamrick Hall.

A native of Long Island, N.Y., Randazzo was appointed assistant principal trombone of the North Carolina Symphony in October of 2010. He graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in performance from the New England Conservatory of Music (Boston, Mass.). During his time at the conservatory, he studied under the instruction of Joseph Alessi of the New York Philharmonic and James Marky of the Boston Symphony. While in high school, he attended the Julliard School (New York, N.Y.) pre-college division program.

Randazzo currently teaches private instruction in the Raleigh area. He was a guest artist at the North Carolina School of the Arts in January of 2012, where he gave a masterclass on audio preparation. He has also instructed mastersclasses at the Half Hollow School District in New York.

More information about the School of Performing and Visual Arts, including this event is available at 704-406-4448 or by emailing Dr. Patricia Sparti, music director, at psparti@gardner-webb.edu.

Located in Boiling Springs, N.C., Gardner-Webb University’s purpose is to advance the Kingdom of God through Christian higher education by preparing graduates for professional and personal success, instilling in them a deep commitment to service and leadership, and equipping them for well-rounded lives of lasting impact, Pro Deo et  Humanitate (For God and Humanity).