Andrè Emmanoel Prouty (b. 1992) is an extremely versatile and accomplished Tenor and Bass Trombonist, and active performer of music from a broad range of periods and styles. As an active freelance musician, he has performed with many of Colorado’s top classical and jazz ensembles, including Colorado Symphony Orchestra, Boulder Philharmonic, Greeley Philharmonic, Metropolitan Jazz Orchestra, Ultraphonic Big Band, and more. Andre has also held positions within the New World Symphony and Chicago Civic Orchestra, and has performed alongside internationally renowned artists such as Yo-Yo Ma, Renee Fleming, Alan Gilbert, and others. An avid and accomplished chamber musician, Andre is a member of the Denver based ‘Classical Brass Quintet’ and is a founding member of ‘The ENQ’ Trombone Quartet - grand prize winners of the 2018 International Trombone Quartet Competition – as well as an alumni of the award winning Northwestern Trombone Choir. In addition to his prolific performing experience, Andre is also an impassioned educator and brass pedagogue. Andre has established private low brass studios based in Denver, Aurora, and Aspen, CO, as well as, most recently, Houston, TX. Andre holds a Bachelor in Music from The Juilliard School, a Masters in Music from Northwestern University, and most recently, an Artist Diploma from the University of Denver.