NYC based trumpeter, Evan Honse, enjoys a multi-faceted career performing a wide variety of musical styles all over the East Coast. While maintaining a position as 2nd trumpet in Symphony in C, Honse has performed with: The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, New World Symphony, Ridgefield Symphony, Garden State Philharmonic, Bronx Opera, Cantebury Chorale Society, Fairfield County Chorale, Affinity Brass, West Side Brass, Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, Metro Chamber Orchestra, Park Avenue Chamber Symphony, and Camerata Virtuosi New Jersey.
While a core member of NYC's Contemporaneous, Evan has performed with the NY Contemporary Ensemble, Mimesis Ensemble, and Tactus, and has performed Elliot Carter’s Asko Concerto, and Edgard Varese’s Octandre with the Claremont Ensemble.
Commercially, Honse has performed and/or recorded with artists: David Byrne, Zola Jesus, Sondre Lerche, Mirah, Diane Cluck, Jherek Bischoff, The Jack Moves, Bad Buka, Pitchblak Brass Band, Hugo, Kylian, D.J. Thomas Gold among many others.
Honse has performed in virtually every well known venue in NYC, including: Carnegie Hall, Avery-Fischer Hall, Alice Tully Hall, Merkin Hall, St. John of the Divine, Trinity Church, Beacon Theatre, and countless other rock/pop venues.
As a Teacher, Honse has held positions at The Long Ridge Music Center in Stamford, CT, and The Manhattan Citadel Music School, and is Brass coach and trumpet teacher for NYC's Interschools Orchestras.
Honse owns a B.M. in Trumpet Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder where he studied with Terry Sawchuk, and a M.M. in Orchestral Performance from Manhattan School of Music where he studied with Mark Gould.