THE 44TH ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL TRUMPET GUILD CONFERENCE
THE HYATT REGENCY • MIAMI, FLORIDA • 07.09.19–07.13.19
Session Title: The Trumpet Music and Armenian Heritage of Alexander Arutiunian (pianist Thomas Weaver)
A member of Bala Brass, the Jackson Symphony Orchestra, and the Owensboro Symphnoy Orchestra symphonies, trumpeter Fred Sienkiewicz enjoys a diverse career as a performer, scholar and teacher.
Mr. Sienkiewicz has performed with orchestras across New England and the Mid-South, including the Nashville Symphony, Knoxville Symphony, Orchestra Kentucky, Vermont Symphony, Symphony New Hampshire, and Cape Cod Symphony orchestras. Mr. Sienkiewicz frequently appears as a guest soloist or recitalist, including performances at the International Trumpet Guild Conference, Nashville Public Radio’s Live in Studio C, King’s Chapel in Boston and numerous college and university campuses throughout the country.
A passionate exponent of musicianship training through solfège, Mr. Sienkiewicz teaches solfège at both Vanderbilt and Austin Peay State universities. Sienkiewicz also maintains a brass studio and directs brass ensemble at the Madison Street Music & Arts Academy (Clarksville, TN). As a guest clinician, Sienkiewicz has given masterclasses or clinics to students in places from Kentucky to Armenia. Mr. Sienkiewicz previously served as trumpet faculty at Gordon College, Keene State College, and Plymouth State University and taught as faculty at the prestigious Boston University Tanglewood Institute.
A native of western New England, Sienkiewicz earned degrees in trumpet performance at the University of Massachusetts and the New England Conservatory of Music. His primary teachers include Eric Berlin, Charles Schlueter, Terry Everson, and Eric Ruske. He is currently completing his doctoral dissertation about the life and works of Alexander Arutiunian at Boston University.