Artist Affiliate: Trombone Instructor
Marc Boehm earned his Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from The Juilliard School in New York City. While at Juilliard, Marc studied with Joseph Alessi, principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic. During his undergraduate studies, Marc held a position with the orchestra Symphony in C, one of only a few professional training orchestras in the United States. Marc also maintained an active freelance schedule, regularly performing with orchestras in Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. After graduating, Marc went on to study at Manhattan School of Music under the direction of Dr. Per Brevig, former principal trombonist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Marc earned his Master of Music degree and also earned special distinction as an Outreach Graduation Award recipient for his work teaching trombone in New York City’s public school system.
Since moving back to GA in 2011, Marc has performed with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Ballet, Atlanta Opera, Sarasota Orchestra (FL), Columbus Symphony Orchestra, Macon Symphony Orchestra, LaGrange Symphony, Albany Symphony Orchestra, Atlanta Lyric Theater, Georgia Symphony, Gwinnett Ballet Theatre Company, Gainesville Theatre Alliance, Georgia Brass Band, among others. Marc maintains an active freelance schedule and also teaches privately. Marc is currently the Artist Affiliate in trombone at Emory University, and is also an Adjunct Instructor of Music and the Director of the Brass Choir at Young Harris College.
In addition to his collegiate work, Marc is also in high demand as a clinician, sectional coach, and private teacher in middle and high schools all over metro Atlanta. Marc proudly served as a Teaching Artist for the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra during the 2012-2014 orchestral seasons. In addition, he served as Trombone Teaching Artist for the Atlanta Music Project from 2011-2016. During the summer months, Marc is on Faculty at the Atlanta Chamber Music Festival, and in 2017 he will perform as principal trombonist at the Crested Butte Music Festival in Crested Butte, CO. Many of his students have earned positons in Georgia's All-State Bands and Orchestras as well as other music camps and festivals. Marc can also be heard on the “From the Top” Radio Show on National Public Radio (2003), Live from Lincoln Center broadcasts with the Juilliard Orchestra on PBS, as well as on Joseph Alessi’s album, Return to Sorrento, which features the Juilliard Trombone Choir. Marc is a proud member of the Atlanta Federation of Musicians Local 148-462.