Jonathan Reycraft is the Utility Trombone with the St. Louis Symphony.
Originally from Long Island, New York, Jonathan Reycraft is the Utility Trombone with the St. Louis Symphony. Prior to this post he spent eight years performing as the Assistant Principal Trombone for the United States Naval Academy Band in Annapolis, Maryland. Mr. Reycraft completed his Bachelor of Music degree in Trombone Performance from the Indiana University School of Music in the spring of 1998, and his Master of Music degree in the same discipline from the University of Maryland in 2005. Mr. Reycraft has been a finalist in the Minnesota Orchestra Zellmer Competition and the winner of the National Solo Competition held at the Eastern Trombone Workshop. He has been featured as a soloist with the United States Naval Academy Band as well as the Atlantic Wind Symphony on Long Island. Mr. Reycraft’s former teachers include Michael Canipe, M. Dee Stewart, Scott Hartman, Dr. Milton Stevens, and John Huling. Jonathan Reycraft also has performed with the Baltimore and National symphony orchestras.