Brass Faculty Ken Cervenka Professor, Brass email@example.com | 617 747-8140 "No matter how musical and excited and talented and creative you might be in terms of what you can play, if you can't produce the sound, you're going to be really limited." John Faieta Associate Professor, Brass firstname.lastname@example.org | 617 747-3099 "If the students decide they want to be a performance person or they don't, it doesn't really matter. The point is, they're learning a discipline. It contributes to their work ethic, which influences everything they do." Christine Fawson Assistant Professor/Chair Representative, Brass email@example.com | 617 747-8304 "I'm practicing things that I want to be able to explain to my students, because you can't be a hypocrite. You're totally responsible for what you're saying." Marshall Gilkes Assistant Professor, Brass firstname.lastname@example.org | 617 747-6519 "I want students to work on material that helps bridge the gap between their ear and their slide." Charles Lewis Associate Professor, Brass email@example.com | 617 747-8475 "My mission is to help the student produce as good a sound as possible with the least amount of effort, and enable them to add their sound to any musical situation of their choosing." Tiger Okoshi Professor, Brass firstname.lastname@example.org | 617 747-8327 "The way I associate with a student is to create a relationship, one-by-one. So for me it takes a lot of time to see what is the best effort I can make for each individual student who comes here." Tom Plsek Chair Emeritus, Brass email@example.com | 617 747-2291 "They come with so much enthusiasm, so many different backgrounds and cultures, and such a range of abilities and experiences. Each one is a challenge to teach." Richard "Gus" Sebring Professor, Brass firstname.lastname@example.org | 617 747-6252 "Developing the students talents and encouraging them to find and follow their own passion is one of the greatest joys of my life." Jeff Stout Professor, Brass email@example.com | 617 747-2297 "What excites me the most about teaching is coming in contact with talented, young players who are eager to learn and keep me sharp as a player." Phil Wilson Professor, Brass firstname.lastname@example.org | 617 747-2244 "Teaching is also like watching your garden blossom. You can actually feel the growth and the realization."