Edward Carroll has recently been appointed to the Faculty of Music at McGill University in Montreal, joining OSM trumpeters Paul Merkelo and Russell DeVuyst, and Robert Gibson (Brass Area Chair) in teaching undergraduate and graduate trumpet.
McGill's Faculty of Music presents unlimited and unique opportunities for learning about music. State-of-the-art digital composition studios, computer laboratories, recording studios, and the Marvin Duchow Music Library that is the major resource for research in music in eastern Canada, together with its performance opportunities and facilities, make McGill Canada's premier school of music.
For further information about trumpet study at McGill, including a description of their renowned orchestral training program, jazz and choral ensembles, opera, baroque orchestra, and chamber music activities, please see the McGill link below.
Mr. Carroll will continue to teach at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts) School of Music where he serves as Coordinator of Brass Studies.
A native of Chicago and graduate of Juilliard, Edward Carroll has served as International Chair of Brass Studies at London's Royal Academy of Music, Professor of Trumpet at the Rotterdam Conservatory, Principal Trumpet of the Rotterdam Philharmonic and San Diego Symphony, Associate Principal Trumpet of the Houston Symphony, and founded the music programming at the Lake Placid Institute (1996-2003). He has presented masterclasses at the Juilliard, Eastman, and Manhattan Schools of Music, the Curtis Institute, the Bremen Trumpet Days and the Hochschule für Musik, Cologne (Germany), the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and Royal Northern College of Music (UK), the Saint Petersburg Conservatory "Rimsky-Korsakov" (Russia), and at many other colleges and universities. Mr. Carroll's many solo recordings are available on the Sony, Vox, Newport Classic, and MHS labels.
Music at McGill
Music at CalArts