Dr. Jason Sulliman is the Assistant Professor of Trombone at Troy University in Troy, Alabama. Previous teaching positions include the University of North Alabama and Vincennes University in Vincennes, Indiana. He earned his DM in Brass Pedagogy from Indiana University where he is also finishing a Master’s degree in Kinesiology. Dr.

Sulliman has given hundreds of clinics, master classes, and presentations based on his research combining the disciplines of brass pedagogy, motor learning, and cognitive science and introducing a 21st-century approach to brass pedagogy.


Dr. Sulliman also holds master’s degrees in conducting and performance from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelor’s degree in performance from the University of Massachusetts. Jason is the current bass trombonist for the Meridian Symphony and is an active freelancer with several orchestras throughout the Southern region of the United States. His performance experience includes ensembles such as the Indianapolis Symphony, the New Mexico Symphony, the Alabama Symphony, and the Dallas Brass Quintet. Jason was involved with the Tony and Emmy Award-winning Broadway show, “Blast!” as a soloist, conductor, and music manager and over a 15-year period performed over two thousand shows with the company. More information can be found at www.jasonsulliman.com


Take the first step to book your place on the 2021 North American Brass Band Summer School (late June - early July; dates to be confirmed) through registering your interest by submitting this online form.


Please note that all participants must be a minimum of 19 yrs-old on June 24, 2021, unless accompanied by an adult (19 yrs or over) for the duration of the course. For all inquiries relating to NABBSS please email:


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