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|The Pacific Northwest Inlander - 3/3/2016 - Enjoy Classical, You Will|
"Holcombe considers himself 'probably the biggest Star Wars fan of all the musicians' in the Spokane Symphony..."
Interview with Ross Holcombe about upcoming solo engagement with Spokane Symphony - January 2014
Symphony Week at KPBX - Interview with Ross Holcombe and Richard Strauch, trombonists in the Spokane Symphony Orchestra - September 2013
|The West Roxbury Transcript - 11/12/2008 - Students Learn About the Emotions of the Trombone|
"Angry. Sneaky. Really, really happy. Exciting. Those are some of the sounds of the trombone that musician Ross Holcombe taught Philbrick School students last Thursday."
|The Summit Daily News - 7/24/2009 - Musicians in Breckenridge Orchestra Learn Life Lessons|
"Here, trying to perform doesn't feel like work because this is what I love and this is what I want to do. There's no wishing I was somewhere else."
|The Spokesman Review - 10/24/2016 - Spokane Symphony Orchestra with Eckart Preu|
"...throughout the evening, principal trombone Ross Holcombe played with the greatest beauty of tone and vividness of characterization."
|The Spokesman Review - 1/27/2014 - Spokane Symphony Orchestra with Eckart Preu|
"What issues from [Holcombe's] horn is an incredible galaxy of tone and emotion: gruff and sweet, nasal and throaty, powerful and pleading, with every shade put at the service of the music."
|The Rutland Herald - 1/31/2012 - Vermont Symphony Orchestra with Robert DeCormier|
"Ross Holcombe, the VSO's second trombone, gave beautiful expressiveness to the solo of the Tuba Mirum."
|The Boston Musical Intelligencer - 2/10/2011 - NEC Philharmonia with Hugh Wolff|
"...a shout-out to all the lower brasses for their impressively sonorous and sinister irruptions in [the third] movement."
|The Boston Musical Intelligencer - 2/6/2011 - NEC Philharmonia with Hugh Wolff|
"Particularly memorable playing was heard from [...] trombonist Ross Holcombe in the Symphony’s first movement."
|The Boston Musical Intelligencer - 12/6/2010 - Concert for the Cure Orchestra with Sir Simon Rattle|
"The trombones, Stephen Lange (of the BSO), Ross Holcombe and Gabriel Langfur, were also excellent. (One wanted to know where the others usually played)."
|The Boston Globe - 10/29/2010 - NEC Philharmonia with Mei-Ann Chen|
"Chen drew [...] well-pointed contributions from the brasses, but she also sparked some orchestra-wide playing of impressive, scorching intensity."
|The Boston Musical Intelligencer - 10/27/2010 - NEC Philharmonia with Mei-Ann Chen|
"On this night every section of the orchestra acquitted itself admirably."
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