Adam Dillon

Adam Dillon (sackbut, recorder) is a specialist in historical trombones, performance practice, and chamber music. Adam has performed on stages in the United States and internationally on historic and modern trombones and recorders. He can be heard on the University of North Texas Symphonic Band’s CD A Few Notes Among Friends as well as dozens of live recordings. Recent performances include concerts with the Washington Cornett and Sackbutt ensemble, Forgotten Clefs (Renaissance winds), Las Aves, and ¡Sacabuche!, at events such as the American Musicological Society Conference, University of Oregon Musicking Conference, Festival Internacional de Música Sacra de Quito, North Carolina HIP Festival, and the Sackville and Bloomington Early Music Festivals. Adam’s performance and research interests include liturgical music traditions of the 16th and 17th centuries and the incorporation of instruments in vocal music. In addition to his performance experience Adam is an active arts administrator and grant-writer with roles as the administrative coordinator for the Historical Performance Institute at Indiana University, co-founder of Las Aves, and office assistant at the San Francisco Early Music Society Baroque Workshop. Adam serves his local community as the secretary for Bloomington Early Music, 501(c)(3). BM University of North Texas, MM Indiana University – Historical Performance Institute.