Leah C Warman
Leah Warman is a professional tubist and trombonist from Maylene, Alabama. A well rounded low brass musician capable of performing a wide variety of genres and styles, Leah has performed with musicians such as Greg Wing and Clark Terry, and has recorded for the likes of C. Alan Publications, Tom Johnson Big Band, and other local recording groups and musicians. She has performed as a finalist for the SERTEC Tuba/Euphonium quartet competition, for the PBS national television tribute to guitarist Wes Montgomery, and in the Jack Rudin Jazz Competition. Leah’s dedication to the mastery of both classical tuba and jazz trombone makes her a uniquely in-demand brass musician and educator.
Leah received her B.M. in Tuba Performance from the University of Alabama and is currently studying for her M.M. in both Tuba Performance and Jazz Studies at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. She has studied with professors Daniel Perantoni, Sergio Carolino, Wayne Wallace, and Dr. Jeremy Crawford, and has developed her teaching and performing career throughout the course of her degrees.
As an educator, Leah has taught at a variety of institutions such as Interlochen Center for the Arts, Thompson High School, Roncalli High School, Alabama's Community School of Music, and her private studio.
Leah is especially interested in both the history and future of women in jazz. With respect to this subject, she hopes to incorporate her experience and research into her career by way of jazz education, writing, and performing. Leah is an advocate and believer of being a well-rounded musician capable of any style at the drop of a hat, and hopes to further her musical experience through broadway, jazz, classical, and popular music.
- Community Theatre
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Master’s Degree
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