• Adam Moxley-White

    Professional Musician and Private Instructor

  • Bio

    Adam Moxley-White is the adjunct music instructor for Applied Brass at Cape Fear Community College in Wilmington, NC. Adam is also the part-time Band Director at St. Mark Catholic School and teaches brass at Port City Music. His degrees are in music performance from Columbus State University, and music education from Gardner-Webb University. Adam’s primary trumpet teachers were Tim Hudson and Dr. Robert Murray.


  • Concert Dates

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  • Good Quotes:

    "People by and large become what they think about themselves" -Bob Rotella, Golf is not a Game of Perfect

  • Videos and Recordings

    Take a look and enjoy!

    Festive Trumpet Tune by German, A Jubilant Song by Alan Pote (7:32)

    Haydn Trumpet Concerto, Second Movement: Andante

    Highland UMC: Raleigh, NC 7/22/18

    Neruda I & 2, Haydn 2&3,Going Home by Dvorak, An Syliva by Schubert, and 3 Hymn Arrangements compiled by Curnow

    How Firm a Foundation (:30) Arr. Stephen Bulla & Be Thou My Vision Arr. James Curnow (22:29)

    The Memorial Baptist Church Greenville, NC 7/15/18

    Safe and Sound by Capital Cities

    Commercial Trumpet Solo

    God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman arr. Nathaniel Parks

    Solo Commission at FBC Burlington, NC

    Winds of Nagual by Colgrass

    Cup Mute Solo

    Four Sketches for Brass Quintet by Anthony Plog

    3rd and 4th Movements

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  • The Blog

    A Deep Dive into Analogies and Further Exploration

    February 5, 2019
    We all have more room to be hungrier in improving our skills. We need to constantly find and stoke inspiration within ourselves to be the best players that we can be. Vince Cichowicz says, "You're only competing against yourself. If you play the best you can, that's all you can do." Finding that...
    Learning to schedule one’s practice is similar to learning to live with a budget. It is necessary for us to know how much time what have, cultivate a plan on how to use it wisely and effectively, and stick to it weekly while adjusting overtime. There are times when we have unexpected events or...
    January 30, 2019
    Practicing is a daily part of any successful musician’s schedule. How much we practice? When? How frequently? Etc. Are all decided by the musician themselves. There have been many teachers and books that suggest scheduling one’s practice. I attempted this many times in undergraduate, but was...
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  • Work Experience

    Cape Fear Community College

    Adjunct Music Instructor

    Fall 2019 – Current

    Applied Brass & Music Appreciation

    Columbus State University

    Graduate Assistant for Trumpet and Theory

    Fall 2017- May 2019

    Private Trumpet Instructor

    Port City Music (Gordon Rd.) & Skype

    Fall 2011- Present

    Teaching and mentoring students in musicianship, a desire for learning, and character. My students are active in All-District band, as well as other auditioned ensembles.

    Kings Mountain High School

    Student Teacher 

    Fall 2016

    Working with the Band Program, 6th-12th Grade

    Camp Greystone

    Men Staff 

    Summer 2014 – Summer 2017

    As a men staff at Camp Greystone, a Christian all-girls summer camp, my main job is to serve as a support staff to the cabin staff, and also to give them as much time with their campers as possible. I also teach Riflery, run lights & sound for concerts, am the department head and main teacher for the music classes, and I direct and teach the music for the camp musicals:

    -Elf the Musical Jr.

    -You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown
    -Legally Blonde (Director)
    -Aladdin Jr. (Director)
    -The Sound of Music
    -Beauty and the Beast Jr.
    -Once Upon a Mattress
    -Alice and Wonderland Jr.


    This Video explains my main role as musical director.

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  • Recording of the Week

    Imitate Vocalists, right after listening to this, play something in this style, improvise if needed


    Le Pecheurs de Perles

    Warren Luening


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