23 episodes

I have had the incredible privilege to experience amazing musical moments, develop my teaching and growing as a musician over my career, and I have always loved sharing what I've learnt. That is why I am so excited about the Ian Bousfield Experience - now I can share these insights with you, no matter where you are!


Welcome to the Ian Bousfield Experience!

I have had the incredible privilege to experience amazing musical moments, develop my teaching and growing as a musician over my career, and I have always loved sharing what I've learnt. That is why I am so excited about the Ian Bousfield Experience - now I can share these insights with you, no matter where you are!

On the Ian Bousfield Experience you will hear episodes from my What I Learned From... series, my Heroes of Pedagogy interview series, Q&A Sessions from my listeners, a mix of highlights from masterclasses, lessons and keynotes, as well as my thoughts on a broad range of topics including pedagogy, the trombone, performance and the classical music world.

To listen, head to your favorite podcasting service and search for The Ian Bousfield Experience. Leave a review on iTunes and let me know what you think!

The Ian Bousfield Experience Ian Boufsield

    • Performing Arts

I have had the incredible privilege to experience amazing musical moments, develop my teaching and growing as a musician over my career, and I have always loved sharing what I've learnt. That is why I am so excited about the Ian Bousfield Experience - now I can share these insights with you, no matter where you are!


Welcome to the Ian Bousfield Experience!

I have had the incredible privilege to experience amazing musical moments, develop my teaching and growing as a musician over my career, and I have always loved sharing what I've learnt. That is why I am so excited about the Ian Bousfield Experience - now I can share these insights with you, no matter where you are!

On the Ian Bousfield Experience you will hear episodes from my What I Learned From... series, my Heroes of Pedagogy interview series, Q&A Sessions from my listeners, a mix of highlights from masterclasses, lessons and keynotes, as well as my thoughts on a broad range of topics including pedagogy, the trombone, performance and the classical music world.

To listen, head to your favorite podcasting service and search for The Ian Bousfield Experience. Leave a review on iTunes and let me know what you think!

    Episode 22: Distance Learning

    Episode 22: Distance Learning

    In this podcast I examine the different and slightly unconventional angles we need to take to get the best out of this medium. In difficult times we have to get inventive, and let's find the positive things we can take out of this!

    • 25 min
    Episode 21: Diet

    Episode 21: Diet

    So many people think much more about eating healthily. It would be much better for our playing if we took the same care over what we listen to!

    • 26 min
    Episode 20: Ghostbusting

    Episode 20: Ghostbusting

    At a certain point in our development it is critical that we focus exclusively on the player and the musician we have worked to become.

    • 21 min
    Episode 19: Q&A Session No. 4

    Episode 19: Q&A Session No. 4

    I got such great questions from Bill Stanley and Ingrid van Ooosterhout that I've done a whole podcast just based on them. See a brief list of the questions below. Hope you enjoy!


    Excerpt Preparation


    Solo Competitions


    Commissioning New Works


    Talent from Britain and the Netherlands


    Practice Routines for Amateurs

    • 38 min
    Episode 18: Trombones Too Loud!

    Episode 18: Trombones Too Loud!

    In this episode I try to look at this thorny subject from everybody's perspective. The composer, the conductor, the colleagues and, of course, us, the trombones.

    • 35 min
    Masters of Pedagogy, Episode 2: Rex Martin, Part II

    Masters of Pedagogy, Episode 2: Rex Martin, Part II

    And now, for Part II of the interview with Rex Martin! Get ready for a big one. Part I, interesting as it was, was more of a friendly chat. I was astonished at how directly and precisely Rex answered my technical questions in Part II. Also look out for a couple of funny moments!

    • 47 min

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