Banner2_1200.jpg Banner1_1200.jpg Banner12_1200.jpg Banner13_1200.jpg Banner3_1200.jpg Banner4_1200.jpg Banner5_1200.jpg Banner6_1200.jpg Banner7_1200.jpg Banner8_1200.jpg Banner9_1200.jpg Banner11_1200.jpg
You are here: Home / Faculty / Dylan Chmura-Moore, Trombone

Dylan Chmura-Moore, Trombone

E-mail: chmuramd@uwosh.edu | Phone: (920) 424-7011

Chmura-Moore, Dylan

Dylan Thomas Chmura-Moore, D.M.A., has conducted ensembles of Harvard University, New England Conservatory, Longy School of Music, Northeastern University, Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music, and other groups such as Callithumpian Consort, Shivaree Ensemble, The Great White Way, Ip School Orchestra, and the Senior, Junior, and String Orchestras of Luzerne Summer Music Center. Some of the conductors with whom Dr. Chmura-Moore has had the opportunity to intimately observe and work are Pierre Boulez, Robert Page, Larry Rachleff, Gunther Schuller, Joseph Silverstein, and Benjamin Zander.

As trombonist, Dr. Chmura-Moore is an active solo, chamber, and orchestral musician and has recently performed with Madison Symphony Orchestra, Green Bay Symphony Orchestra, Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra, Dal Niente, Isthmus Brass, and Con Vivo!. Notable international solo appearances include recitals at the Internationale Ferienkurse Fur Neue Musik in Darmstadt, Germany, and the Lucerne Festival in Lucerne, Switzerland. He can be heard on Mode, Summit, EuroArts, Albany, TZADIK, and the Accentus record label, among others.

Dr. Chmura-Moore was awarded the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from University of Wisconsin Madison. He was a Paul Collins Wisconsin Distinguished Graduate Fellow at the university and focused his studies on the research and performance of newly composed music. His dissertation is titled "Three Essays and an Untitled Recording that Realize the Respective Musical Potential of Heterotopia, Phenomenology, and Beauty as Asunder." Previously, Dr. Chmura-Moore studied at New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts where he received two Master of Music degrees, one in conducting, and the other in trombone. Upon graduation, Dr. Chmura-Moore was awarded academic honors, a distinction in performance, and the Gunther Schuller Medal, the highest honor awarded by the conservatory. Dr. Chmura-Moore received the Bachelor of Music degree from Baldwin-Wallace College Conservatory of Music.

For more information about Dr. Chmura-Moore, visit his website: www.dylanchmuramoore.com

Trombone Studio Website | Brass Department Website

 

 

 

Schedule an Audition

Request Information

Musica Viva!

THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN OSHKOSH — WHERE EXCELLENCE AND OPPORTUNITY MEET.
Copyright The Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System