Joy to the World arranged by Andrew Hill. Featuring the Covenant Brass: Daniel Gelman, trumpet; Mike Pakaluk, trumpet; Kyle Ko, french horn; Keith Hunter, trombone; Andrew Hill, bass trombone and Johnathan Hsu, tuba.
A jazz duet composed by Fred Lipsius for his jazz etude book, main melody by Jim Pugh and harmony played by Andrew Hill.
Toshiko Akiyoshi's great bass trombone feature, "I Ain't Gonna Ask No More" - The SJSU Jazz Orchestra, Featuring Andrew Hill on bass trombone directed by Scott Whitfield, October 7th, 2015.
Andrew Hill, bass trombone, SJSU voice student and Eric Kao, piano performing Johann Sebastian Bach's "Seufzer, Thränen, Krummer, Noth" from Cantata BWV No. 21 in recital May 15th, 2013.
"Old Devil Moon" arranged by Robert Elkjer for trombone quartet and rhythm section. Featuring Ryan Bettencourt, Keith Hunter, Erik Dabel, Andrew Hill, John Kellett, Nichole Boaz and Tom Langan.
Imogen Heap's "Hide and Seek" arranged for trombone quartet by Andrew Hill. Featuring Ryan Bettencourt, Keith Hunter, Eric Woodcock and Andrew Hill
SJSU Jazz Orchestra directed by Dr. Aaron Lington performing Ray Brown's "Hop Skip and a Jump" December 2nd, 2013 at San Jose State University
Featuring the low brass section of Sam Wamhoff (1st), Tom Hornig (2nd), Andrew Hill (Bass) and Johnathan Hsu (Tuba).
The Bam PG Quintet featuring Andrew Hill, piano/melodica; Chris Motter, guitar; Brittany Biala, tenor saxophone; Paul Federighi, bass and Gabriel Lee, drums. All of these songs were performed & recorded live on November 24th, 2015 at San Jose State University.
The San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra performing Ottorino Respighi's fantastic piece, "Fountains of Rome." Skip to 7:31 if you want to hear the big brass excerpt.
Jim Snidero's Jazz Etude over the changes to "The Preacher"
The San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra performing the West Coast Premiere of Nathaniel Stookey's "Mahl/er/werk" (excerpt) - May 19th, 2013 live at Davies Symphony Hall. Composer note: A play on the German word "mahlwerk," or grinding machine, Mahl/er/werk is an apt title for this kaleidoscopic remix. The work comprises hundreds of fragments from Mahler’s symphonic oeuvre, all in their original keys, tempos, and orchestrations, pieced together in a 21st century context.
The SJSU Wind Ensemble performing Michael Daugherty's "Rosa Parks Boulevard." Three trombone soloists and Wind Ensemble.
Conductor: Dr. Edward C. Harris Soloists: Eric Woodcock, tenor trombone Ryan Bettencourt, tenor trombone Andrew Hill, bass trombone
The San Francisco Symphony Youth Orchestra led by Donato Cabrera performing Jean Sibelius' Symphony No. 1 - November 4th, 2013