Dr. Paul Hunt

Trombone, Brass Chamber Music; Music Program Lead Advisor

McCain Auditorium 124
785.532.3813 | phunt@k-state.edu

Dr. Paul Hunt is Professor and the Lead Undergraduate Advisor for the Music Program at Kansas State University. He currently teaches trombone, jazz history, and is music director for the KSU musical, an annual collaboration between the Music Program, Theatre, and Dance. He is a member of the KSU Faculty Brass Quintet and Faculty Jazz-tet, and is also is a member of the Manhattan Municipal Band and the Manhattan Barefoot Dixieland Band.

A long-time member of the International Trombone Association, he was literature reviews editor for the ITA Journal, (1988-98) and served as the association’s President from 1998-2000.

A native of Rapid City, SD, Hunt is an active performer and clinician. He has appeared at numerous trombone workshops and festivals including as soloist with the U.S. Navy Band for the Eastern Trombone Workshop, the Big XII Trombone Conferences, and the International Trombone Festival and the British Trombone Society Trombone Festival. He recently performed solo recitals on the campuses of Kansas University, the University of Missouri, University of North Texas, and Texas Christian University.


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