About Aaron W.
Aaron Woolley is a Los Angeles-based trumpet player and educator. Aaron has studied with David Washburn, Tom Hooten, Jens Lindemann, and Tim Saeger. Aaron received his Bachelor of Music from the University of California, Los Angeles and his Masters of Music from Azusa Pacific University.
As a freelance artist, Aaron can be heard on recordings such as “Room 3A”, a Japanese TV drama, “Song of Hope” with Jens Lindemann, and the “Miners’ Hymn” a film on the history of coal mining in Northern England. He has also performed world-premieres on the stage of Royce Hall, and has opened for the Rolling Stone’s 50th anniversary tour. Aaron performs and tours with the Alias Brass Company, recently completing a tour beginning in Chicago and ending in Las Vegas.
In 2013, Aaron enlisted in the California Army National Guard and subsequently graduated from the U. S. Armed Forces School of Music. Upon graduating, Aaron won a place on Colonel Bruce Pulver’s Commandant’s List. The Commandant’s List is reserved for the top ten percent of soldiers who demonstrate musical excellence and achievement in a wide variety of leadership and soldiering tasks. During his time with the 40th Infantry Division, Aaron has performed in over 50 concerts, including the 2016 Fourth of July celebration, where he was a featured soloist in front of over 20,000 attendees.
My son thoroughly loved his lessons with Aaron. Aaron spoke to him a respectful and sensitive way while challenging him to push farther than he ever did in his school band class. We are only stopping lessons because we are going on vacation and will not be back until the new school year has begun. With a new school and an new schedule, I am hoping to be able to continue lessons with Aaron in the future.Show More
Aaron is a great teacher! I enjoyed my lesson today with him and look forward to my other lessons!
As an instructor Aaron is outstanding. He's professional and has impressive attributes being a UCLA grad and participating member of the armed forces; but more so, he's encouraging to his students and in our son - he positively encouraged a passion for the trumpet and a high regard for music in general.Show More
I love to play music instruments.
I am about between intermediate and advanced with violin.flute and cello.
My main purpose to learn trumpet is to play trumpet solo in christmas music at church.(lots of needs but so rare to see good trumpet solo specially amomg asian.
I have a problem to get into this booking.
Please anybody give me a call or email me.
Aaron is a great teacher! I would recommend him to anyone :)
Alias Brass Company
Described as “the only name for music innovation” by Martin Hackleman, formerly of the Empire and Canadian Brass, the Alias Brass Company, founded in 2013, is a collaboration of five uniquely talented artists from across the nation. The Alias Brass Company’s performances are comprised of standards and original compositions, along with concepts that blend virtuosic musicianship with a high level of entertainment. From Baroque and Classical, to Jazz and Pop, the Alias Brass Company’s shows are “a sure-fire hit; chamber music of the future with something for everyone!” The Alias Brass Company demonstrates their artistic range with an array of different shows that take audiences on an emotional journey by combining diverse elements of classical music, modern pop-culture, and all things in between to create an experience that is both engaging and exciting. Receiving critical acclaim for being captivating, diverse, and innovative, Alias Brass continues to dazzle audiences across North and South America. Members of the Alias Brass Company are true champions of music education dedicated to inspiring the next generation of musicians and music lovers through wide-reaching and relevant workshops for young audiences. Alias is active throughout the school year, providing clinics, master classes, and demonstrations to young musicians and non-musicians alike, focusing on musical innovation, creativity, technique, and expression through music. Alias's "Tech-Tet Creativity Seminar" is a one-of-a-kind presentation for emerging young musicians, and has been given at the University of California, Los Angeles, the University of Missouri- Kansas City, and other prestigious academic institutions. The seminar is an interactive event that focuses on the challenges and benefits that come with creating chamber music in the 21st Century. In addition to important performance insights, the seminar looks at creativity, brainstorming techniques, development and management, funding, promotion, and of course, inspiration. This presentation is a must for musicians wanting to make a go at performing professionally in an ever-changing musical environment. No stranger to the international stage, the Alias Brass Company has performed at such venues as the Banff Centre for the Arts 2018 Summer Music Concert Series and the 2017 International Horn Symposium in Natal, Brazil. They have also been highlighted as featured artists at the 2017 International Trumpet Guild Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania. Alias has been awarded professional residencies at the Rafael Mendez Brass Institute in Denver, Colorado, and the Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada. They have performed countless concerts throughout the United States and Canada, touring extensively in such areas as the Pacific Midwest, Midwest, Texas, Georgia, California and Missouri. Additionally, they have performed and given masterclasses across the United States as performers on the 2017-18 Allied Concert Services roster.
St Bartholomew's Episcopal Church
Play for Easter and Christmas every year in a quintet.
I am responsible for all basic soldier tasks, as well as playing trumpet for the bands, including change of commands, high profile events, etc. My highlight has been playing taps for a Medal of Honor Recipient's Reinterment Ceremony.
Azusa Pacific University
Mt Carmel High School
Fluent / Native Proficiency
Azusa Pacific University
Azusa Pacific University