Caleb Ketcham

Caleb Ketcham (sackbut, slide trumpet, recorder, hurdy-gurdy) enjoys playing in a variety of musical settings. His most recent projects include Opera Nova: Ensemble for Seventeenth-Century Music,  Early Music Hawaii’s Musica Poetica concert series, and an appearance at the 2015 Bloomington Early Music Festival. Caleb can often be found performing with the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestra, and regularly tours the country with The Forge Brass Quintet. A dynamic soloist, Caleb won the Edwards/Big 12 Area Trombone Conference’s Bass Trombone Competition (2011 and 2013) and the International Trombone Association’s George Roberts Solo Competition (2011). Caleb’s trombone quartet also won the Courtois Trombone Quartet Competition (2012). His primary teachers include Carl Lenthe, Peter Ellefson, Linda Pearse, and Paul Compton. BM Oklahoma State University, MM Indiana University, DM (in progress) Indiana University.