Mason Summer Brass Academy

Trumpet, Trombone, French Horn, Tuba & Euphonium
Part of Summer Music Intensive Week!


Summer Arts at Mason 2022

Come spend the week with us at the Mason Arts Academy’s Brass camp! Students will start the day with group warmups to get you ready for playing in brass duos, trios, quartets, and large ensembles. You will also get to hear faculty performances and experience masterclasses from some of the best musicians in the country. We look forward to having you join us!



Ages:  13 – 18
Dates:  June 13 – 17, 2022
Times:  9:00 am – 4:00 pm* (M-F)
Tuition:  $467
Location: Mason Fairfax Campus, deLaski Performing Arts Building
*After Care is NOT available for this week


Special Topics

——Music Intensives Instructors Faculty Recital
——US Army Band Woodwind Quintet
——Yoga for Musicians – Dr. Mulcahy
——Samantha Clarke – Conducting Workshop
——Final Sharing Concert


COVID REQUIREMENTS:  Students must follow University Covid protocols. Please see updates here.

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Greg Freeman Trombone Intructor
Director: Greg Freeman
Teaching Artist – Trombone
Read about Mr. Freeman

Gregory Freeman is an active trombonist and educator in the Washington, DC area who also doubles on euphonium.  A native of Alexandria, Virginia, Greg grew up immersed in the vibrant music scene in metropolitan Washington and studied trombone with Scott Shelsta of Pershing’s Own U.S. Army Band.  Greg received his Bachelor of Music in Music Education from George Mason University where he studied trombone with Dr. Paul Schultz, and conducting with Anthony Maiello. He earned a Master of Music in Trombone Performance from Northwestern University where his teachers included Michael Mulcahy, Charles Vernon, Scott Kinmont, Gail Williams, and Jay Friedman.  He also was fortunate to study conducting with Dr. Mallory Thompson.

Greg is the trombonist with the Monumental Brass Quintet in Washington, DC, and also tours as an associate artist with the Rodney Marsalis Philadelphia Big Brass.  In addition to directing the Robinson Trombone Choir, he maintains a large private studio in Northern Virginia, and also serves as the low brass coach for a number of schools in Fairfax County.




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