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Andy Lankford


Andrew Lankford, Professor of Trombone at James Madison University, holds degrees from the University of North Carolina-Greensboro and University of Kansas. His primary teachers include Randy Kohlenberg and Max Bonecutter. He has performed with numerous ensembles including the North Carolina Symphony, Longview Symphony, Winston Salem Symphony, Greensboro Symphony, Brevard Chamber Orchestra, and the Kansas City Boulevard Big Band. In addition, he has performed with notable commercial artists including Wayne Newton, Gladys Knight, the Temptations, Margaret Whiting, and Kevin Mahogany. He has appeared at the Eastern Trombone Workshop, the Kennedy Center, the Virginia Music Educators Association Conference, and as featured soloist with numerous brass ensembles. Currently, he is principal trombone with the Waynesboro Symphony and a member of Mr. Jefferson's Bones.

This Artist performs in the following events:

Individual concert assignments will be announced shortly.

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