That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!

#173: Micah Reinharz | Audition Preparation

January 31, 2024 Ryan Beach
That's Not Spit, It's Condensation!
#173: Micah Reinharz | Audition Preparation
Show Notes

As the current Principal Trumpet of the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra and graduate student in trumpet performance under John Rommel at Indiana University, Micah's career and studies in music have prepared him to succeed professionally at a high level of musicianship. Micah completed his undergraduate studies at Northwestern University and has had ample opportunity to play in high-caliber ensembles and with a wide range of world-renowned brass players. 

Micah has had the privilege of studying with many leading orchestral trumpet players in the United States, most prominently Tom Rolfs, Michael Sachs, and David Bilger, principal trumpets of the Boston, Cleveland, and Philidelphia Orchestras respectively. Along with these players, Micah has been able to study with and be mentored by brass players in the National Symphony Orchestra, Cincinati Symphony Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Ochestra, and the New York Philharmonic.  Micah has had the opportunity to perform across the country and beyond with world-class conductors including, Steve Lockhart, Damon Gupton, Ken David Masur, Tito Muñoz, Ankush Kumar Bahl, Ken Lam, Katharina Wincor, and Joann Falletta. 

Along with his high degree of instruction and influence, Micah have also gained valuable orchestral experience at intensive programs such as the Berlin Opera Academy and the Brevard Music Center. There, some of his most memorable performances included playing alongside soloists Joshua Bell and Kirill Gerstein. In addition, Micah is an active substitute with the Illinois Symphony Orchestra, Carmel Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony in Miami where he recently played on opening night of their 35th season.

Outside of the trumpet, Micah is a Real Estate agent based in Virginia and enjoys the outdoors, cooking, and teaching younger musicians.

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