Edward H. Tarr

Trumpet player and musicologist. Pioneer in the revival of Baroque and Romantic era trumpet performance.
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Career
  • 2013: European Soloist Prize at Pro Europe - European Foundation for Culture (Germany)
  • 2004: Professor Award at University of Music Karlsruhe (Germany)
  • 2003: Doctor of Music (Honoris causa) at Oberlin College (United States)
  • 2003: Medal for Achievement at City of Rheinfelden (Germany)
  • 2001-2009: Trumpet Teacher at University of Music Karlsruhe (Germany)
  • 2001: Visiting Professor at Florida State University (United States)
  • 2000-2001: Visiting Teacher at University of Music Karlsruhe (Germany)
  • 2000: Visiting Teacher at Lausanne Conservatory (Switzerland)
  • 1997: Music Prize at Volksbank Hochrhein Foundation (Germany)
  • 1996: Honorary Award at International Trumpet Guild (United States)
  • 1995: Christopher Monk Award at Historic Brass Society (United States)
  • 1995: Cesare Bendinelli Award at Verona Brass Philharmonic Academy (Italy)
  • 1991: Visiting Professor at Florida State University (United States)
  • 1987: Ph.D. at University of Hamburg (Germany)
  • 1985-2004: Director at Bad Säckingen Trumpet Museum (Germany)
  • 1985: Visiting Professor at University of Southern California (United States)
  • 1979-1989: Trumpet Teacher at University of Music Karlsruhe (Germany)
  • 1979: Artist in Residence at University of Melbourne (Australia)
  • 1978-1988: Artistic Director at Bad Säckingen International Trumpet Seminar (Germany)
  • 1977: Guest Professor at Indiana University (United States)
  • 1974: Guest Professor at Royal College of Music, Stockholm (Sweden)
  • 1974-2001: Trumpet Teacher at Basel School of Music (Switzerland)
  • 1973: Guest Lecturer at Stanford University (United States)
  • 1973-1974: Trumpet Teacher at University of Music Freiburg (Germany)
  • 1972: Guest Lecturer at Central Michigan University (United States)
  • 1972-2001: Teacher of Cornetto and Baroque brass instruments at Schola Cantorum Basiliensis (Switzerland)
  • 1969: Principal Trumpet at RAI National Symphony Orchestra (Italy)
  • 1968-1970: Trumpet Teacher at Rhinelander Music School (Germany)
  • 1959-1964: Bachelors (Musicology) at University of Basel (Switzerland)
  • 1959: Pi Kappa Lambda at Northwestern University (United States)
  • 1958-1959: Masters in Trumpet Performance at Northwestern University (United States)
  • 1953-1957: Bachelors (Arts) at Oberlin College (United States)

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