Lauren Casey-Clyde is a high-demand International performer and music educator residing in Austin, TX. Her performance career has taken her across the globe and has given her the opportunity to perform with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Austin Symphony Orchestra, and with conductors Andris Nelsons and Bernard Haitink. She is a trombonist with Boss Street Brass Band, based out of Austin TX. As a soloist, she has been recognized at International Solo Competitions. Most recently, she placed Third in the Susan Slaughter Solo Competition at the 2019 International Women’s Brass Conference in Arizona.
Alongside her performing career, Lauren is a dedicated private teacher and educator. She has maintained a private studio of students who have made it into Regional County Bands, California All-State Bands, and summer festivals such as the Boston University Tanglewood Institute. She currently teaches in Lake Travis ISD, TX. She is a proud alumnus of Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps, where she marched as a Lead Baritone, was a featured Soloist, and earned an individual accolade for being an outstanding member. At the high school level, she is currently on staff at Vandegrift High School Marching Band as a marching technician.
Lauren is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Music Degree in Trombone Performance, under the instruction of Dr. Nathaniel Brickens. She is a member of the University of Texas Wind Ensemble under the direction of Jerry Junkin, and serves as a Teaching Assistant for the Longhorn Band and Longhorn pep band. She previously earned her Master’s degree also at UT, and studied her Bachelor of Music degree in Music Education and Performance at Boston University in 2018, studying Euphonium under the tutelage of BSO Principal Tubist Mike Roylance.