The University of Mississippi
Dr. Micah Everett, Assistant Professor of Music (Trombone/Low Brass)
 
 
July 2013 Recording Session

Recording a New Album

Stepping Stones for Bass Trombone to be released in Summer 2015.

Recording a New Album

Stepping Stones for Bass Trombone to be released in Summer 2015.

Studio Photo April 2015

Ready to Perform

UM Trombone Ensemble and UM Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble members before their Spring 2015 concert.

Ready to Perform

UM Trombone Ensemble and UM Tuba-Euphonium Ensemble members before their Spring 2015 concert.

Everett-Beghtol Perform at ETW 2014

Sharing a National Stage

Dr. Everett performing with Northeast Mississippi Community College's Jason Beghtol at the 2014 Eastern Trombone Workshop.

Sharing a National Stage

Dr. Everett performing with Northeast Mississippi Community College's Jason Beghtol at the 2014 Eastern Trombone Workshop.

Albrechtsberger Performance October 2012

Is That a Baby Trombone???

Dr. Everett performing the Alto Trombone Concerto by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) with the L-O-U Orchestra.

Is That a Baby Trombone???

Dr. Everett performing the Alto Trombone Concerto by Johann Georg Albrechtsberger (1736-1809) with the L-O-U Orchestra.

Carnival of Venice Performance April 2013

Carnival of Venice!

Dr. Everett performing Arban's famous variations with the UM Wind Ensemble.

Carnival of Venice!

Dr. Everett performing Arban's famous variations with the UM Wind Ensemble.

Starting Early

Starting Early

A jam session with Dr. Everett and his son Brody.

Starting Early

A jam session with Dr. Everett and his son Brody.

ACCESS Award

An Unexpected Honor

Dr. Everett received the 2015 ACCESS Award from the Office of Student Disability Services, nominated by euphonium student Chelsie Hogan.

An Unexpected Honor

Dr. Everett received the 2015 ACCESS Award from the Office of Student Disability Services, nominated by euphonium student Chelsie Hogan.

TubaChristmas 2014

Spreading Christmas Cheer

An expanded group of UM students and players from the surrounding area celebrated TUBACHRISTMAS 2014.

Spreading Christmas Cheer

An expanded group of UM students and players from the surrounding area celebrated TUBACHRISTMAS 2014.

Teaching Image 2015

Showing Him How It's Done

Low brass lessons can include spoken commentary, singing, and demonstration by Dr. Everett.

Showing Him How It's Done

Low brass lessons can include spoken commentary, singing, and demonstration by Dr. Everett.

Great River Trombone Quartet November 2014

Trombone Professors Unite!

The Great River Trombone Quartet includes professors from The University of Mississippi, The University of Memphis, The University of Tennessee at Martin, and Mississippi Valley State University.

Trombone Professors Unite!

The Great River Trombone Quartet includes professors from The University of Mississippi, The University of Memphis, The University of Tennessee at Martin, and Mississippi Valley State University.

Welcome!

This newly-redesigned website for Dr. Micah Everett and the various low brass-related activities at The University of Mississippi is based upon an older Ole Miss template, but one whose appearance and functionality offer an improved browsing experience over the previous design. We are happy as always to offer 400+ pages of information free of charge to current and prospective students, and others in the low brass community. Most of this material is found under the Low Brass Studio link at the top of each page on the site.

The Lions Band Recording Project, always an item of great interest to prospective students, can be accessed here. Despite the improved appearance it resides at the same web address as before so that people accessing it from older web links will have no difficulty finding it.

A newly-added page with this redesign is the Publications page, showcasing musical arrangements, articles, and other publications by Dr. Everett and information for purchasing them if desired.

Thanks for visiting. Please contact Dr. Everett at any time if you have questions or comments.