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David Krauss

With opera cues, you don’t have to count everything. It’ll be like 85 bars rest, 144 bars rest and then ‘canon explosion.’ That’s a pretty obvious cue.

Bone2pick jumps into spring by sitting down with the principal trumpet of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the great David Krauss. David generously shares his thoughts and insights on a variety of subjects, including the importance of his four main teachers (William Vacchiano, James Pandolfi, Chris Gekker and Wynton Marsalis), his Juilliard years, highlights of 17 years with the MET, guesting with orchestras around the world, his favorite conductors and the keys to a successful audition. Enjoy!

David Krauss lesson available from Hip‑BoneU:

HBU Trailer: Singing through the End of the Note

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