The 48th Annual International Trumpet Guild Conference
Warm-Up Session: It’s not rocket science, keep it simple
Bronson Pascual is an international trumpet player and music educator from Honolulu, Hawaii. He has received his Master’s in Music in Trumpet Performance from the University of Utah, and his Bachelor’s in Music in Music Education from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Bronson has studied under the tutelage of Dr. Peyden Shelton, Travis Peterson, Dr. Barbara Hull, Justin Emerich and Gil Kaupp. He currently holds the position as an Army Musician for the United States Army, 3rd Infantry Division Band, located in Fort Stewart, GA.
Bronson has held prominent positions throughout Nevada, such as Former Principal Trumpet of the Desert Winds, Substitute Trumpet of the Henderson Symphony, as well as music educator throughout the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, NV.
Bronson has competed and has been selected as a Co-finalist for the 2020 International Trumpet Guild’s Orchestral Excerpt Competition, winner of the 2019 University of Utah Concerto Competition, Semi-Finalist for the 2020 Roger Voisin Memorial Trumpet Competition, and selected as a trumpeter for the 2020 Sewanee Summer Music Festival.
Bronson won his position as Trumpeter for the Army’s 3rd Infantry Division Band in November, 2021. His position includes performing with the concert band, marching band, jazz band and bugling for memorials and ceremonies. In addition to his ceremonial duties, he also performs in the Army Brass Quintet, Sweet Georgia Brass and a New Orleans Style Brass Band, the Dogface Brass Band.