Officially founded in 1973 as
the Tubists Universal Brotherhood Association, the International Tuba Euphonium Association is dedicated to promoting and advancing the tuba and euphonium instruments. The organization comprises
performers, educators, students, and amateurs of all backgrounds.
As a non-profit organization, it is supported by membership dues and donations.
Latest Journal Highlights:
David Werden, euphonium extradonaire and ITEA Lifetime Achievement Awardee discuss how to get better performing
Barnum and Bailey's Favorite...read it, then go win a job.
Mike Lynch, ITEA Historian, revives John Taylor's interview with a true link to our
past--Herbert Wekselblatt, former
principal tubist withe Metropolitan Opera Orchestra.
Approved for publication in the summer issue of the ITEA Journal, Daniel Frost provides us with
an insightful discussion on the use of vibrato. Frost is an active freelance performer and educator in Austin, TX, and has presented numerous solo tuba and chamber concerts throughout the United States. He earned the Doctor of Musical Arts and Master of Music degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and the Bachelor of Music degree from Louisiana State University.
Read the latest address to the membership by ITEA President Jerry Young.