Ron Kischuk & Edward Gooch Masters Of Music Trombones
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Ron Kischuk & Edward Gooch Masters Of Music Trombones

Detroit, Michigan, United States

Detroit, Michigan, United States
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"Closest To J & K"

The Ron Kischuk & Ed Gooch tribute to J & K Live At The Jazz Forum is the closest thing to the original J & K sound I've ever heard. - Trombone Blog/Gary Kaback

"One Of The Most Innovative Voices Of The Trombone"

One of the most innovative voices of the trombone. Kischuk's 6 trombones wail praise for Johnson, including playing transcriptions of Johnson's solos harmonized for the group. - Metro Times/Kim Heron


1) Ron Kischuk & Ed Gooch, Tribute to J & K (Live at the Jazz Forum)
2) The Masters of Music Trombones
The groups are featured on accujazz, rhapsody, lastfm, napster, WDET, WEMU, WRCJ and many more.



The band was assembled to play in the style of the great J. J. Johnson & Kai Winding trombone groups of the 1950's & 1960's This select group of players performs arrangements from the original J & K group, plus arrangements written for the band by a varuety of writers from Detroit, New York, Los Angeles and Canada. The group is led by Yamaha performing artist Ron Kischuk. The band can appear in a variety of sizes from a quartet (Ron & a rhythm section), to a quintet (2 trombones), septet (4 trombones) and finally a nonet (6 trombones). Past performances include The Michigan Jazz Festival, Hart Plaza, Detroit Zoo, Grosse Pointe summer park series, the Jazz Forum, and more. Vocalist Judie Cochill is optional as an addition to any of the bands. Judie is a vocalist in the Rosemary Clooney style, and can be heard on the Live At The Jazz Forum recording.

Ron Kischuk is a career Detroit musician. He has performed with many legends of jazz, as well as with hundreds of major stars, and has been a featured soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Ron has performed for both television and movies as well as on grammy winning records. He is a Yamaha clinician and performing artist, and is the leader of the Masters of Music Big Band, the Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band and is music director of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra. Ron is also the founder of the Masters of Music Teaching Studio, a conservatory designed to develop the next generation of professional musicians.