Lance LaDuke Obituary, Death Cause: Pittsburgh, Musician died

Lance LaDuke Obituary

Lance LaDuke Obituary, Death Cause: Lance Laduke of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has passed away leaving his family and loved ones. He had an accident at home on Wednesday, November 22, he was transported to the hospital with a traumatic brain injury.

Lance LaDuke Death Cause: Traumatic brain injury

Following this, he suffered a severe stroke and developed a brain aneurysm, both of which proved to be insurmountable challenges for him.

Lance Laduke lived in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He was a former Owner at Boston Brass and a former Pre-eminent mini-tuba-ist-in-residence as a Professional Tuba player. He also worked as Grand Poobah at Músico/Musician and Carnegie Mellon University.

Lance LaDuke, associate teaching professor of euphonium and music business.

Lance LaDuke is internationally known as an educator, writer, speaker, and performer (euphonium, trombone, singer, and enthusiastic ukulele-ist). He has performed with some of the finest ensembles in the country, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Brass Band of Battle Creek, and the Pittsburgh Symphony.

He has taught and/or given masterclasses at some of the world’s finest universities and conservatories, including Juilliard, the Royal Academy of Music in London, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and the Tatui Conservatory in Brazil.

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