Ross Macintosh teaches brass lessons, theory, and history in the Wolfville, Nova Scotia area to students of all levels, from age 5 through to adult!
I work with each student to develop a plan for the year specific to their goals and interests, which always includes:
posture and alignment
solo and ensemble repertoire
twice yearly studio recitals
regular practice at home
Additional opportunities could be:
Ross Macintosh (he/him) is a euphonist, trombonist, and recording engineer from Nova Scotia. His past teachers include Mike Tutton, Dave Moulton, and Bob Nicholson. He completed his Bachelor of Music at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music in 2022, where he studied with Pierre Beaudry.
As a soloist Ross has performed at various venues in Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Ontario. In October 2021, he performed Peter Seeger’s “Concerto Grosso” with the McGill Wind Orchestra. He was also a featured soloist with the Acadia University Wind Ensemble in 2019, performing Peter Meechan’s “Harry’s Song”. During the 2020-2021 season, he performed numerous concerts as an Artist in Residence at the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance.