r1v1c78E1QW-0LqqLcXD7358bVDQou4CjWUD-97DMZ0,kxDfjRNdSeTuX3i7bYZ2xy00nlT26T1fSPm0LpLZppk,Vlm8v_j_Z7JpQ7_IgXRLGLFz3CCRMl84NrXNDhoT4Hg,4i2BmLFSmXtE1vdIizGBsNTNanMx5RJ6NuZC7VveJTgStephanie Shore is a freelance trombonist and music educator. Graduating from the Royal Academy of Music in 2013 where she gained a BMus (Hons) in trombone performance and studied classical trombone with Dudley Bright, Mark Templeton, Matt Gee and Ian Bousfield. Stephanie has a passion for Jazz and pop playing and took up second study Jazz trombone under the tuition of Gordon Campbell and Mark Bassey.

Whilst at the Royal Academy of Music Stephanie played in many of the orchestral and opera projects, playing under prestigious conductors such as Sir Colin Davis, Mark Elder, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Jane Glover. Stephanie also played in numerous Academy Jazz Orchestra concerts  and several of the Musical theatre productions in the Sir Jack Lyons Theatre at the Royal Academy of Music.

As a freelance professional Stephanie plays orchestrally and as a jazz/pop session player in and around the London area. She has played in professional productions of Peter Pan, A Chorus Line and Mack & Mabel. She also made an appearance at the 2010 Reading & Leeds Festival with band Mr FOGG on the BBC introducing stage which was aired on Television. In May 2012 Stephanie won 2nd place in the Don Lusher Soloist Competition held by the British Trombone Society.

As an educator Stephanie is an experienced teacher, workshop musician and music leader. She has planned and produced workshops and projects for schools and community groups. Stephanie also teaches instrumentally both privately and in schools from beginner to advanced across all brass instruments. She currently holds the brass tutor position at the St Marylebone C. of E. school where she teaches individually and in groups and takes a lunch time brass ensemble, often playing her own arrangements of current chart topping songs.

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