Aaron Buede is a Boston based tenor trombonist who holds degrees from the New England Conservatory, the Longy School of Music, and Morehead State University. He has performed professionally with the Cave Run Symphony, the Glens Falls Symphony, the MIT Wind Ensemble, the Boston Philharmonic “Crescendo” outreach series, and four-time Cincinnati Entertainment Award recipients The Cliftones. Aaron is an El Sistema Teaching Artist and has over a decade of experience working with young brass players. He has worked extensively with the “Side by Side Orchestra” at the Longy School of Music, where he assisted the ensemble with a performance under the baton of Los Angeles Philharmonic conductor Gustavo Dudamel. Additionally he has taught internationally as a guest teacher with FEDUJAZZ in the Dominican Republic, representing the MIT Wind Ensemble. Aaron’s passion for performance is matched only by his commitment to guiding the next generation of young musicians in their journey of artistic expression as a means of personal agency.