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Nicholas Losos

Phone: (682) 429-4307

Nicholas Losos is currently working toward a Doctorate in Musical Arts at the University of North Texas where he is appointed as a Teaching Fellow, teaching one-on-one applied lessons with undergraduate music majors. Before his time at UNT he received prerequisite degrees from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas and Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. During his academic journey Mr. Losos has received expensive training in solo repertoire, chamber ensembles, wind band, and orchestra and has found success by winning the OSU Concerto Competition, Chamber Music Tulsa Collegiate Solo Competition, Eastern Music Festival Mock Audition, and the Norman L. Jacobs Award given to students selected by the brass faculty at SMU for outstanding contributions through performance, studio, and masterclasses.


Outside of his academic responsibilities, Mr. Losos is an active freelance musician and low brass instructor based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This work consists of local gig-based work, middle and high school trombone lessons and masterclasses, and performances with regional orchestras around the metroplex. Additionally, Mr. Losos has received multiple opportunities to perform with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra as well as numerous appearances with chamber ensembles affiliated with the DSO. Mr. Losos has been teaching private music lessons going of eight years and enjoys working with students of all skill and interest levels as music lessons are as much about music as they are personal betterment.


Bachelors of Music from Oklahoma State University

Masters of Music and Performance Diploma from Southern Methodist University

Currently working toward a Doctorate of Musical Arts at University of North Texas

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