PMCB Clinics: February 2020
(June 2019) Joan Haaland Paddock is Professor of Music and Director of Instrumental Activities in Linfield College where she conducts the Linfield Concert Band, coaches brass chamber ensembles, and teaches applied trumpet in addition to other courses in music and liberal arts. Paddock is the first woman to receive a Trumpet Performance Doctorate from Indiana University, where she also studied conducting with Ray Cramer and Fred Ebbs. Fulbright Scholar, Emmy Award Winner, and Bach Trumpet Clinician, Joan has performed as soloist and chamber musician throughout the Americas, Southeast Asia, Scandinavia, and the Middle East.
She has conducted adult and student groups in Jordan, Israel, and Mexico as well as honor bands in Alaska and Canada. In Oregon, Paddock has served as guest conductor for recent concert series with both the Salem Symphonic Winds and the North Coast Symphonic Band. Joan holds memberships in the Oregon Band Directors Association, College Band Directors Association, and the Northwest Band Masters Association in addition to the International Trumpet Guild and the International Women’s Brass Conference.