For Trombonists, Arrangers or Improvisors interested in private study, John Fedchock is now teaching Online through LessonSquad.com. You can find more detailed information HERE!
- FYI: John Fedchock News
FYI: John Fedchock News
In conjunction with the release of the John Fedchock NY Sextet recording, “Into The Shadows”, Jazzlines Publications has announced the release of seven of Fedchock’s arrangements from the album. You can order the music HERE!
The John Fedchock NY Sextet’s new CD, “Into The Shadows” is now officially available for Pre-Order at the web link below. At the moment, only physical CDs can be ordered, but digital downloads will be available soon. Stay tuned for more details as we get closer to the official CD release date in July!
It’s time again for the DownBeat Readers Poll. Vote for your favorite artists of the past year. Happy to say that I’m listed in the Trombone category. Any votes for me in the Big Band and/or Arranging categories have a “write in” space at the bottom. Click the link below and enjoy!
Downbeat Readers Poll 2020
After the success of the XO1632, his unique .500 bore lightweight trombone design, John Fedchock has developed a second trombone for XO Brass. The XO1634 is another lightweight design that applies the same unique qualities to the larger, .508 bore. Available in music stores in May 2019.
See more details & specs on the XO 1634 (.508 bore):
To find your local XO Brass dealer:
See more details on the XO 1632 (.500 bore):
John Fedchock is featured in the July 2019 issue of Downbeat. Read online HERE.
REMINISCENCE, the newest CD by JOHN FEDCHOCK, will surely enhance his already stellar reputation as a trombone master. The CD is a follow-up to his 2015 release Fluidity. Fedchock culled tunes for both CDs from a live show he performed over three nights with his quartet.
Although he’s garnered many accolades and awards for his larger ensembles, playing in a small club with just his quartet gives Fedchock and the band opportunities to stretch out and take chances. Fedchock has always maintained a heavy touring schedule, and he assembled the band for this CD using first-class sidemen he has worked with extensively over the years.
Fedchock’s tone is warm and perfectly articulated. He eschews mere pyrotechnics for swinging lyricism. He updates standards with a 21st century feel through his solid, modern arrangements while still embracing the heritage and provenance of the music.
A sophisticated, sensitive trombonist, arranger, and composer, there are many exciting moments on REMINISCENCE, and the performances by all the musicians are outstanding. This CD is not merely a follow-up to Fluidity but a project that stands on its own. It is a superb example of the magic that great jazz artists can conjure when all the stars align.
It’s time again for the DownBeat Readers Poll. Vote for John Fedchock from the list in the Trombone category. You can also vote for John in the Big Band and/or Arranging categories in the “write in” space at the bottom of those categories. Anyone can vote at the following link:
MT. JULIET, TN – January 22, 2015
XO Professional Brass is proud to announce the introduction of the new 1632RGL-LT Lead Trombone. This free blowing lead bore trombone is the result of years of development with the assistance of world-renowned artist, composer, and arranger John Fedchock.
“The warmth and response of the rose brass bell combined with a super light-weight and balanced design makes the XO 1632 tenor trombone especially versatile for any scenario I might encounter in the professional world”, says Fedchock. “Whether playing lead or in the section, in the studio or on the stage, playing parts or improvising jazz solos, this horn gives me everything I need and more.”
“We are extremely proud to work with this great individual who is recognized worldwide as a renowned artist, educator, arranger, and composer”, says KHS America president, Tabor Stamper. “John has worked extremely hard in helping to design this instrument and we feel the XO 1632RGL-LT trombone will become the standard on which lead trombones are measured.”
For more information on the XO 1632 trombone: