Montana State University

Halloween trombone spectacular set Oct. 31 at MSU

October 7, 2013

Dr. T and The BozeBones will perform "A Scary Good Halloween Trombone Spectacular" at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 31 in Reynolds Recital Hall.   High-Res Available

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Dr. T and The BozeBones will perform "A Scary Good Halloween Trombone Spectacular" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 31, in Reynolds Recital Hall at Montana State University.

The Halloween show features spooky music for trombone performed by the "BozeBones" trombone quartet.

The group is composed of Tim Dueppen, MSU music professor, James Nielsen and Kyle Tannehill on tenor trombone and Andrew Scruggs on bass trombone. The group performs high-energy trombone quartet music in a spirited style. The Halloween program will be fun for all ages, and features traditional songs and a Halloween favorite, "Thriller."

The BozeBones began in 2012 under the direction of Dueppen, who is also principal trombonist with the Bozeman Symphony. The BozeBones have been featured in various symphony events, numerous MSU shows, the Big Sky Music Festival, the Shane Center in Livingston and outreach concerts. The group is currently planning a CD.

Tickets for the Halloween concert are $10 and are available at the door, or in advance online at www.montana.edu/music/.

 

 

Whitney Salo (406) 994-3562. Whitney.Salo@montana.edu