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Tanner Stegink

Tanner Stegink is a multi-genre tubist and trombonist based in New York City. He actively performs in many different genres, from contemporary classical music to pop to orchestra and everything in between. Beginning music on piano and as a chorister, Tanner joined the school band as a tuba player at age 12. Despite initially pursuing a degree in History, Tanner’s unwavering dedication to music led him to pursue a professional career.

As an in-demand freelance musician in New York, Tanner has established a wide-reaching career, appearing with the Brooklyn Chamber Orchestra, Santa Fe Symphony, Mostly Modern Orchestra, the Why Collective, Ad Hoc Brass Band, Oculus Brass Quintet, Chelsea Symphony, Chatter, Le High Choral Arts Society, New Mexico Ballet, the Eddie Brewer Big Band, the Villagers Brass Band, Brass & Roses, and much more.

In addition to performing, Tanner is deeply committed to arts education, and has taught music in Elementary, Middle School, High School, and Collegiate levels, and maintains a small private studio of brass students.

Tanner is a graduate of the Conservatory at Lawrence University, the University of New Mexico, and the Manhattan School of Music’s renowned Orchestral Performance program.