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Borodin arr. Houghtling: Notturno from String Quartet no. 2

Borodin arr. Houghtling: Notturno from String Quartet no. 2

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What can I say: Have you heard the recording featuring the good Dr. Jonathan Houghtling and Jonathan Randazzo?  This is an AMAZING chart of a beautiful piece of music.  Super pumped for this one!


Dr. Jonathan Houghtling teaches applied trombone and euphonium, music theory, and aural skills at Alabama State University. Prior to his appointment at ASU, Dr. Houghtling
served on the faculties of Talladega College, The University of Montevallo, and the Alabama School of Fine Arts. Dr. Houghtling received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Trombone Performance from The University of Alabama. He received a Post-master’s Certificate in Trombone Performance, as well as a Master of Music degree in Trombone Performance from DePaul University. Dr. Houghtling received his Bachelor of Music
degree in Trombone Performance from Indiana University.

As a trombonist, Dr. Houghtling holds the chair of Second Trombone with the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, and can also be found frequently performing with various orchestras throughout the Southeast. He has performed with the Chicago Symphony
Orchestra, Lyric Opera of Chicago, North Carolina Symphony, Alabama Symphony Orchestra, Charlotte Symphony, New World Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. Dr. Houghtling served as Principal Trombone of the Dubuque (IA) Symphony for the 2015-2016 season. He also held the chair of Principal Trombone with The Northbrook (IL) Symphony from 2011-2016. As an avid chamber musician, Dr. Houghtling has performed with the award-winning contemporary ensemble, Dal Niente, as well as the award-winning brass quintet, Axiom Brass. He has collaborated on multiple occasions with members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra brass section for
various chamber music projects. Dr. Houghtling is also a founding member of the brass ensemble, New Chicago Brass.

Dr. Houghtling has won the International Trombone Association’s Alto Trombone and Larry Wiehe solo competitions. He was a finalist for the International Trombone Association’s Van Haney orchestral excerpt competition. Dr. Houghtling has participated in the National Repertory Orchestra, Alessi Seminar, and Mulcahy Seminar. His primary teachers include Jonathan Whitaker, Mark Fisher, Charles Vernon, M. Dee Stewart, and Peter Ellefson.

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