About Slide Rule - Trombone Choir
We rehearse at Emmaus Lutheran church - now renamed "Renewal Church".
3120 Irving St. in Denver.
Room 118 in the old school part of the building.
INVITE YOUR FELLOW TROMBONE PLAYERS TO COME AND PLAY!!
Slide Rule Trombone Choir
Sunday, February 25 - 6 to 8 PM, Renewal Church
Sunday, March 11 - 6 to 8 PM, Renewal Church
Sunday, April 1 - 6 to 8 PM, Renewal Church (happy Easter)
Sunday, April 15 - 6 to 8 PM, Renewal Church
Sunday, April 29 - 6 to 8 PM, Renewal Church
We are looking into a possible Easter performance or maybe the following week. As soon as something gets firmed up we'll keep everyone informed.
Trombone Christmas!! - was terrific! Look for information about next year - December 16, 2018 at the Denver Performing Arts Complex in the Galleria.
Fee for performance is $10 paid on site.
Books are $17 and can be purchased at: http://trombonechristmas.org/store/music-books
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: WHERE is trombone Christmas?
A: Rehearsal is at Emmaus Lutheran Church - 3210 Iriving St., Denver. The Performance is at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts in the Galleria.
Q: WHEN is Trombone Christmas?
A: December ? 2018
Q: WHAT time do I need to show up for Trombone Christmas?
A: Registration at rehearsal starts TO BE DETERMINED.
Q: WHAT do I have to bring to Trombone Christmas?
A: Music stand, music (available for purchase at the gig) , oh, and a trombone. It also may be a good idea to bring clothes pins or some other types of clips for holding music in the wind.
Q: How much does it cost to play at Trombone Christmas and when do I pay?
A: The day if the gig it is $10 and you pay when you arrive.
Q: What do I get for my 10 bucks?
A: You get a button, the chance to play with us. You should purchase music before you come. There will be some copies available if you can't get music before.
Q: How difficult is the music for trombone Christmas?
A: Our music is arranged for High School ability and above.
Q: What part should I play?
A: There are 6 parts. NOTE: Please only play 1st trombone if you are capable of playing in the high register continuously for hours.
Q: Can I bring my valve trombone?
A: Sure, but you must leave it in the car, Trombone Christmas is for SLIDE trombones.
Q: How about a plastic trombone?
A: Sure, but again, please leave it in the car, Trombone Christmas is for REAL trombones.
Q: Is this kinda like Tuba Christmas?
A: No, we have trombones.
You can run, but you cannot hide. Trombone Christmas arrangements are written so ALL parts with play the melody at some time during the concert. So please do not worry if you choose one of the inner parts, you will get your turn to shine in the sun.
1st Trombone - Can play notes from Middle C to High C all day long. Tenor clef is easy and Alto clef is an annoyance.
NOTE: Please only play 1st trombone if you are capable of playing in the high register continuously for hours.
2nd Trombone - Can play in the staff A to high A all day long. Tenor Clef is an annoyance.
3rdTrombone - Can play in the staff F to high F all day long. What is a tenor clef? F attachment is optional.
4th Trombone - Can play in the staff C to Middle C all day long. There is no life without an F attachment.
1st Bass Trombone - Can play low F to in the staff F all day long.
2nd Bass Trombone - Can bring the low stuff all day long and with a tone George Roberts would love.