"So what do you want to play?"
"You sure you don't want to play euphonium?"
"No, I want to play trumpet."
"But we need a euphonium player."
"...ok, fine. What's a euphonium?"
That's how it all started, more or less, in a band room in the wilds of Northwest Oregon. Thirty years later, I'm performing as a euphoniumist, trombonist, and conductor all over the country. Life's weird, man.
No, this isn't a new video game. No, there is (sadly!) no fully-compensating controller for your xbox.
Euphonium Hero is a concept. It's a lifestyle. It is a WAY.
It is a moment, when you know that the notes on the page need to be projected- not into the audience, not to the back of the hall- but into space and time. When the passage you're playing doesn't just fill someone's heart, but it could possibly save a universe.
THAT is the way of the Euphonium Hero. It is projection. It is performance. It is preparation. It is perfection.
But most of all, it is PASSION.