Musical Instrument Make-Over: Trombone
We are having fun showing you what we can do with retired instruments that can no longer be used to make music. Today we are featuring some photos of a trombone that was donated to Band of Angels. Once it was inspected by the repair team from Meyer Music and determined unplayable it was given to us so that it could continue to give back through our jewelry and donations to Band of Angels. Band of Angels is an amazing organization that gives kids in need, who wish to participate in orchestra and band programs, instruments. They also provide scholarships to music camps and are working on new ways to make a difference in kids lives in the Kansas City area.
Here are a few of the pieces of trombone jewelry that we currently have available on our website:
You can find these pieces of trombone jewelry on our website by clicking here.
We love following musicians on social media. One of our favorite musicians is Troy Andrews, aka Trombone Shorty; musician, producer, actor and philanthropist from the Treme neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana. You can find him on Instagram by clicking here. He is incredibly talented and gives back to musicians and musically gifted kids in the New Orleans area. He even has an autobiographical picture book for children that you can find on Amazon by clicking the image below. He’s an inspiration.
Next up: saxophone make-over, in two weeks.
We hope you have a great week!