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Tim Conner has held the position of Principal Trombone with the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra since 1985. He studied with Milt Stevens of the National Symphony Orchestra and received his formal musical education at the Eastman School of Music with John Marcellus. During his orchestral career he has performed with the Spoleto, Chautauqua, Heidelberg, and Bedford Springs Festival orchestras, the National Symphony, Naples Philharmonic, and Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich. He has been featured several times as a concerto soloist with the Florida Philharmonic, and he has performed as a soloist in Milwaukee, Washington, D.C., Rochester, Pittsburgh, Santa Fe, New York City, and in countless venues in the South Florida area. He joined the faculty of the University of Miami in 1995. In addition to teaching individual lessons he directs the University of Miami Trombone Choir.

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