- Teaches students:
- Ages 10+
- Teaching since:
- August 2009
Trombonist Dylan played his first notes in the state of Texas, and music has allowed him to perform in other cities, states, and even on an international tour of China. A student at the University of Arizona, Carpenter has performed with the University’s Arizona Symphony in multiple sold-out operas, shared the stage at Crowder and Centennial hall with artists such as Bill Watrous, Andy Narell, Michael Davis, and Ben Vereen, and leads his section as Principal in the Wind Ensemble. As a soloist, he made his debut when he was 18, at Sahuarita High School with the Concert Band. Through his studies, Carpenter has become a versatile musician and a master of many styles.
Dylan’s passion from music stems from the drive he has for enjoying life and all it has to offer.
Dylan earned his Bachelor of Music Performance degree at The University of Arizona, where he studied under Moisés Paiewonsky.
Videos of his playing can be found below.
Each mentor is paired with an underprivileged child, who is matched based on interests and personality. As a mentor, I was able to impact a boy's life, and be a positive male role model, as he had no father at home. I created fun activities and mixed in short worksheets that reinforced the morals and behaviors I demonstrated for him.+ Read More
Mentor to underclassmen students. Served mentee's as their own personal advisor, friend, and teacher. Came up with activities that introduced students to traditions of the studio and helped with audition, ensemble, or lesson rep.
Visited the school three to four times a week, providing students with individual and group lessons. I also ran rehearsals for the advanced concert band and advanced jazz ensemble.
The general purposes of the International Trombone Association shall be: To promote communications among trombonists around the world, to improve the artistic level of performance, teaching, and literature associated with the trombone family and to function as a clearing house for trombone-related ideas and information+ Read More
it was an excellent start-
I was in band with Dylan in high school. He was always the best player, and whenever our director was gone, she had him run rehearsal while the sub just sat and watched. Everyone in the band liked him and looked up to him.
Dylan taught my son at Great Expectations Academy about four years ago, when he was in middle school. I couldn't be more proud of my son's improvement, and David always was always very happy coming home from school when Dylan came in to teach lessons.+ Read More