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Title: Adjunct Professor of Music (Trumpet)
Office: Barnett Fine Arts Center 108
MM (Performance) - Arizona State University
BM (Performance) - Missouri State University
Applied Trumpet, Brass Techniques, Brass Ensemble, Faculty Brass Quintet
International Trumpet Guild
Pi Kappa Lambda
Consulting editor for David Hickman's 500-page text, Trumpet Pedagogy, published by Hickman Music Editions
Other: Tim Wootton maintains an active schedule as an orchestral musician, chamber musician, soloist and educator.
As an orchestral musician, Tim is a member of the Missouri Philharmonic, Springfield Symphony, Springfield Regional Opera and the Symphony of Northwest Arkansas. He has performed with the Kansas City Symphony, Tulsa Symphony, Wichita Symphony, Arkansas Philharmonic and others.
As a chamber musician, he is a member of the Springfield Symphony Brass Quintet and the Evangel University Faculty Brass Quintet. He has performed with the Missouri State University Faculty Brass Quintet, Symphony of Northwest Arkansas Brass Quintet, Springfield Chamber Brass, Classic Brass, Mr. Jack Daniel's Silver Cornet Band, Salt River Brass Band, Phoenix Chamber Brass and the Phoenician Brass Quintet, among others.
As a soloist, he was a prizewinner in the International Trumpet Guild Solo Competition, a finalist in the Naftzger Young Artist Competition and a winner of the band and orchestra solo competitions at Missouri State University. He currently enjoys performing as a soloist and recently gave the world premiere of the Michael "Bear" Schwartz - Trumpet Sonata in Three Movements.
Tim is an Adjunct Professor of Music (Trumpet) at Evangel University and a Faculty Associate (Trumpet) at Southwest Baptist University. He was recently an Artist-in-Residence at Missouri State University. He also maintains a studio of middle and high school students.
Tim's teachers include David Hickman, Grant Peters, Ray Mase, Kevin Cobb and John Shows.