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Dr. Sean Greene
Educator, Soloist, Composer

Dr. Sean Greene is a busy educator, clinician, and performer. He teaches band and guitar at Robertsville Middle School in Oak Ridge, Tennessee and is an Assistant Band Director at Oak Ridge High School. Since beginning his teaching career in 1999, Sean has taught at Carson-Newman University, the University of the Cumberlands, Luther College, Lincoln Memorial University, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Summer Music Clinic, and the Coalfield School.

Sean is currently serves as Jazz Chair for the East Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association.
A busy clinician for jazz, concert band, and low brass Sean has given clinics and workshops across the United States working with students from a variety of backgrounds and ability levels.

Sean earned the Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees (tuba/jazz) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville. He studied tuba with John Stevens, Sande MacMorran, and Winston Morris. Sean studied jazz composition, improvisation and arranging with Les Thimmig and Joan Wildman.

In addition to teaching, Sean enjoys many different performing outlets in East Tennessee. From symphonic and chamber music to jazz and pop, Sean performs on the Eastman EBC632 CC Tuba, EBS331S Sousaphone (now as new model designation EPH324S), and the ETB310 trombone.

Sean lives in Knoxville, Tennessee with his wife and their two daughters.

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This 34" tall CC tuba is wonderfully in tune and is a very easy and comfortable horn to play. Whether in an orchestral setting, a community band, a church ensemble, quintet, or solo work - this tuba works well!

  • Key of CC, 4/4 size
  • .689" bore
  • 19 3/4" yellow brass, upright bell
  • 4 front-action pistons + 5th rotary valve
  • Clear lacquer finish
  • Deluxe case w/wheels 
    • Available as EBC632S
      • Silver-plated