Marc Boehm earned his Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from The Juilliard School in New York City. While at Juilliard, Marc studied with Joseph Alessi, principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic. During his undergraduate studies, Marc held a position with Symphony in C, an orchestra based in New Jersey conducted by Rossen Milanov of the Philadelphia Orchestra. After graduating, he went on to study at Manhattan School of Music under the direction of Dr. Per Brevig, former principal trombonist of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Marc earned his Master of Music degree and also earned special distinction as an Outreach Graduation Award recipient for his work teaching in New York City’s public school system.
As a performer, Marc currently holds a position with the Albany Symphony Orchestra. He is also substitute trombonist with Symphony Orchestra Augusta, LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, Carroll Symphony Orchestra, DeKalb Symphony Orchestra, Rome Symphony Orchestra, and the Georgia Brass Band.
Marc currently serves on faculty at Emory University where he teaches trombone and coaches brass sectionals with the orchestra and wind ensemble. In addition to his collegiate work, Marc is entering his 3rd year as the Trombone Teaching Artist with the Atlanta Music Project, and is in high demand as a clinician, sectional coach, and private teacher in middle and high schools all over metro-Atlanta. During the summer, Marc is a faculty member with the Atlanta Chamber Music Festival. Marc can also be heard on the “From the Top” Radio Show (2003), Live from Lincoln Center Broadcasts with the Juilliard Orchestra, as well as on Joseph Alessi’s album, Return to Sorrento, which features the Juilliard Trombone Choir on the Naxos label.