Joshua Hauser, Professor of Trombone at Tennessee Technological University, has performed extensively in styles ranging from classical to jazz and rock. He holds degrees from Oberlin College Conservatory, New England Conservatory, and the University of Georgia. He is an active performer on both trombone and euphonium, and has performed and recorded with numerous classical and jazz artists including the Nashville Symphony, Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble (Marching, Ragging, and Mourning: Brass Band Music of New Orleans, 1900-1920) and Widespread Panic (‘Til The Medicine Takes).
His arrangements and compositions have been performed and recorded by artists such as Joseph Alessi, Scott Hartman, the Spanish Brass Quintet, the Bryan Symphony Orchestra, Euphoniums Unlimited, and the Tennessee Tech Tuba Ensemble. He has recorded multiple solo projects including one with the Tennessee Tech Symphony Band that includes his setting of Richard Peaslee’s Arrows of Time, and edge (ej) for trombone and percussion duo.