Elijah Uttley-Rosado recently graduated from the music education program at Western Connecticut State University (WCSU). His primary instrument is trombone, studying privately since 2014. During his time at WCSU, he has also spent time studying euphonium, voice, piano, and multiple other instruments commonly taught in schools. He is currently the principal trombonist for the Danbury Symphony Orchestra, and works as a freelance musician for various employers. He has played with The Hartford Jazz Orchestra, The Harold Zinno Jazz Orchestra, Mike Palin’s Other Orchestra, The Rock This Town Orchestra, various salsa groups, various churches, and multiple pit orchestras.
Do you want to jam with your friends? Maybe just rock out for fun? Learn to play pop, jazz, classical, or band music! Perhaps you'd like to play trombone as a stress reliever or for physical therapy? Learn the fundamentals of playing a brass instrument, from keeping a basic, steady tempo, to playing the lead trombone through chord changes of a jazz ensemble. Or maybe you always wanted to learn to play Ukulele or Guitar but never had the time. Learning to play an instrument will develop problem solving skills, discipline, and self expression.