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Ben Oakley - All Styles 1899 - 1980
1899 Ben Oakley, trombone, b. Newcastle upon Tyne, U.K., d. Jan. 1980, Clapham-London, U.K. Henry Percival Benjamin Oakley. Ben played trombone with Jack Payne's Orchestra, and with Jack Hylton's Band - the 'Barnstormers', and others! He also played trumpet.
Ulrich Oberschelp - Classical
Germany - Wuppertal
Laetzsch Bass Trb. / Klier 1 1/2 G
Bass trombonist, Sinfonieorchester Wuppertal, Schwelm, Germany - Born 1969, since 1992 Bass Trombonist with Wuppertal Symphony Orchestra, several recordings on MDG, Bass Trombonist with Brass Partout, BIS-recording, Student of Heinz Fadle, Detmold, Germany.
Dean Olah - All Styles
USA - Raleigh, NC
BA and MA in music education from the University of Toledo. Master of School administration from Campbell University. Currently performs with the Raleigh Symphony, Durham Symphony, the Fayetteville Symphony, the Raleigh Jazz Orchestra and the North Carolina Brass.
Robert 'Rob' Olds - All Styles
USA - Denver, CO
Bach LT16M / Marcinkiewicz 11
Freelance Trombonist, Denver, Colorado.
Paul Olenick - Jazz Improv
USA - New York, NY
Paul Olenick began playing the trombone when he was seven years old. Pauls teachers have included Jack Gale, Dave Taylor, Conrad Herwig, Steve Turre, Doug Elliot and Garry Dial. He has performed with Aretha Franklin, Robin Eubanks, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, Les Elgart, Ray Anthony, and many more
James Olin - Classical
USA - Baltimore, MD
James Olin was born in Schenectady, New York and began his musical studies on the piano at the age of five. Upon entering college, Olin had performed professionally within the diverse musical genres of symphonic, jazz, rock, soul/blues and country-western. Olin holds degrees from Interlochen Arts Academy.
Jerry Olson - Classical
USA - Cheney, WA
Olds George Roberts / Bach 1GP
Grew up near Cleveland Graduated University of Cincinnati 1974 (BSEE) Always strive for the sound; if that's not there, there's nothing else. And my favorite, " The right note at the wrong time is the wrong note."
John Olsson - All Styles
USA - New Philadelphia, OH
John Olssen is Artist-In Residence Instructor of Low Brass at Kent State University-Stark Campus and is the Instructor of Trombone/Euphonium at West Liberty State College, Malone College, Mount Union College and Youngstown State University?s Dana School of Music. Mr. Olsson holds the Bachelor's Degree in Music.
Takahiro Ono - Classical - Takahiro Ono [bio at this site]
Takahiro ONO was born in 1977 in Fuji city / JAPAN. He started to play the Piano when he was 3 years old under Mrs. Takatsuka Haruko, then after that he learned under Prof. Ichida Gichiro. At his age of 16, he started to play the trombone. In 2000, he graduated from Tokyo College of Music.
Barry Oosterwaal - All Styles
USA - Milwaukee, WI
Barry Oosterwaal, is originally from The Netherlands. He studied music at the HAVO for music and dance and general psychology at LOI Institute, the Netherlands. He came to the United States in 1991.
Jan Oosting - All Styles - Jan Oosting [bio at this site]
Netherlands - Hilversum
Lead Trombonist, the Metropole Orchestra [and the Baileo Big Band], the Netherlands.
Nicholas Orovich - Classical
Nicholas Orovich holds the rank of Professor of Music at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH where he teaches trombone, euphonium, tuba, theory, and is the conductor of the Symphonic Band. Since 1979, he has held the position of principal trombonist with the Portland Symphony Orchestra.
Edward 'Kid' Ory - Jazz Improv 1886 - 1973 - Kid Ory [bio at this site]
Kid Ory was one of the great New Orleans pioneers, an early trombonist who virtually defined the "tailgate" style (using his horn to play rhythmic bass lines in the front line behind the trumpet and clarinet) and who was fortunate enough to last through the lean years so he could make a major comeback.