Aaron Trumbore


Instructor, Percussion

Aaron Trumbore is a percussionist, educator, conductor and percussion small-business owner from Carlisle, PA. Through performance and education, Aaron shares his passion for the arts with students and audiences throughout the mid-Atlantic region and the country. He has performed with The Harrisburg Symphony, Symphony in C, Opera Philadelphia, Vox Amadeus, The Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra, The Shippensburg Festival Orchestra, The Curtis Institute Symphony Orchestra, The McCormick Marimba Festival in Florida and the Percussive Arts Society's International Convention in Austin, TX and Indianapolis, IN. Aaron currently serves as Percussion Faculty at James Madison University & Assistant Director of Bands and Percussion Faculty at Shippensburg University. 

Aaron earned his Bachelor of Music Performance degree from West Chester University where he studied with Dr. Ralph Sorrentino & Dr. Chris Hanning. Aaron continued his graduate studies at Temple University where he was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship and earned his Master of Music Performance degree while studying with Alan Abel and Chris Deviney of the Philadelphia Orchestra. 

As the co-owner of Artifact Percussion, Aaron focuses on providing students and professionals with handmade sticks and mallets produced at our small shop in Carlisle, PA. As a clinician, Aaron has made appearances discussing entrepreneurship at universities around the US & the world. Aaron is sponsored by Pearl/Adams Percussion, Sabian Cymbals and Grover Pro Percussion.  

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