Randall Hawes

Randall Hawes

Randall Hawes is the Bass Trombonist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; a posi - tion he has held since 1985. Before joining the DSO, he was a mem - ber of the Woody Herman Band for two years. He has performed as a substitute and extra with orchestras including Pitts - burgh, Boston, Cleveland, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and the Grand Teton Music Festival. He studied with William Rivard at Central Michigan University and Byron McCullough at Carnegie Mellon University. Hawes is a member of the Saito- Kinen Festival Orchestra—now named the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival—and has been with the World Orchestra for Peace with Sir Georg Solti and Valery Gergiev, since 1995. His solo CDs include Melodrama and Barn Burner and pianist Kathryn Goodson’s cd of all french music; Belle Nuit . He can be heard on recordings with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra under music directors Leonard Slatkin, Neeme Järvi, and Günther Herbig, with the Chicago Symphony with Sir Georg Solti and Riccardo Muti and with the World Orchestra for Peace with Sir Georg Solti and Valery Gergiev. Hawes has been a lecturer at the Bienen School of Music at North - western University in Evanston since 2004 and joined the faculty at the Cleveland Institute of Music in 2016.
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Randall Hawes

Randall Hawes is the Bass Trombonist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra; a position he has held since 1985. Before joining the DSO, he was a member of the Woody Herman Band for two years. He has per - formed as a substitute and extra with orchestras including Pittsburgh, Boston, Cleveland, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and the Grand Teton Music Festival. He studied with William Rivard at Central Michigan University and Byron McCullough at Carnegie Mellon University. Hawes is a member of the Saito-Kinen Festival Orchestra—now named the Seiji Ozawa Matsumoto Festival—and has been with the World Orchestra for Peace with Sir Georg Solti and Valery Gergiev, since 1995. His solo CDs include Melodrama and Barn Burner and pianist Kathryn Goodson’s cd of all french music; Belle Nuit . He can be heard on recordings with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra under music directors Leonard Slatkin, Neeme Järvi, and Gün - ther Herbig, with the Chicago Symphony with Sir Georg Solti and Riccardo Muti and with the World Orchestra for Peace with Sir Georg Solti and Valery Gergiev. Hawes has been a lecturer at the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University in Evanston since 2004 and joined the faculty at the Cleveland Insti - tute of Music in 2016.
Randall Hawes
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