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World-class trumpeter Charles Schlueter, formerly of the Boston Symphony, recently gave a masterclass for all brass players at Gardner-Webb University and the surrounding community. “To have someone like that, someone who’s truly a living legend on our campus to work with our students was just a really unique opportunity,” said Tim Hudson, a former student of Schlueter’s and a member of Gardner-Webb’s music faculty. For nearly two hours, Schlueter coached a handful of trumpeters on achieving a better sound, achieving what he called noticeable improvement and giving his students a wealth of ideas for their musical futures.
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Office of University Communications, "A Master at Work" (2011). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 2003.