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Don Immel

Associate Professor In Music (Trombone)
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Don Immel

 
Division
Fine Arts And Music
 
Primary Interest
Music
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Don Immel

 

Don Immel Trombonist, Teacher, Composer, Performance Coach Head of Brass and Orchestral Studies University of Melbourne Conservatory of Music An internationally recognised classical and jazz musician and teacher, Don Immel appears frequently in Europe, Asia, Australia and the United States. In 2012, he joined the University of Melbourne Conservatorium of Music as Head of Orchestral Studies and Brass.

Don Immel was tenured Associate Professor of Music at the University of Washington in Seattle from 1999 to 2006. Immel became Solo/Principal Trombonist of the Danish Philharmonic orchestra in 2006, a position he held until 2012. Following significant critical acclaim for his debut solo CD, Long Way Home, Immel's second album, Together Alone, was release in 2014. The recording features Immel's compositions performed by top U.S., Brazilian and Danish musicians such as James Genus, Cyro Baptista, Romero Lubambo, Nikolaj Benson, Nick Moroch, Gene Lake, DJ Logic, Jason Miles and Søs Fenger. In addition to his jazz-influenced releases, Don can be heard on a number of collaborative classical-based projects, and has also recorded for dozens of Hollywood movie and television soundtracks.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 37 most recent scholarly works by Don Immel.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

VCA - MCM 2015 Teaching Award

2012

Co-investigator for a grant to fund the purchase of new specialised musical instruments for use by the Conservatorium's brass program. Awarded $23,144

Collier Charitable Fund

2012

Co-investigator for a grant to fund "Three: Engaging Victoria's Communities with Meaningful Sound." Awarded $5,000 for commissions of music..

Cultural & Community Relations Fund

2012

Co-investigator for a grant to fund "Three: Engaging Victoria's Communities with Meaningful Sound." Awarded total requested amount of $16,381.00

Regional Training and Engagement Fund (RTEF)

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Associate Professor In Music (Trombone)

Melbourne Conservatorium Of Music

Education


Music

Rice University

Music

Central Washington University

Music Education

Central Washington University