Adam Dillon

Adam Dillon (alto & tenor sackbut, slide trumpet, recorder) is a freelance historical brass performer and full time graduate student at Indiana University Bloomington. Adam studies at IU under the tutelage of Dr. Linda Pearse. Recently he has performed with Ensemble Lipzodes, Sababuche, and Forgotten Clefs; domestically and abroad. In academia Adam has performed with Concentus at IU and with the University of North Texas baroque orchestra and collegium singers. At North Texas he studied early music with Paul Leenhouts and Richard Sparks. Recently he has participated in the Lunenburg Academy of Music Performance Early Italian Music Institute with Bruce Dickey and the San Francisco early music society baroque workshop with Linda Pearse and Bruce Dickey. MM Indiana University – Historical Performance Institute (in progress), BM University of North Texas