Some of the artists Ron has performed with

Natalie Cole

​​​Freddie Hubbard

Mel Lewis

Milt Jackson
Joan Osborne

Regina Carter

Four Freshmen Rosemary Clooney

David Berger
Carl Fontana

Lew Tabackin

Clay Aiken
Wallace Roney

Brian Wilson

Al Hibbler
The Four Tops

Jon Faddis

Phil Ranelin

Jack Jones
Tennessee Ernie Ford Branford Marsalis James Carter
Perry Como

Gerald Wilson Melissa Manchester
Hal Linden

Lanny Morgan

Joan Rivers

Burt Bacharach

Geri Allen
Four Aces

George Bohannon Jackie Evancho

​Chuck Findley

Johnny Mathis

​Celtic Women

​Bobby Vinton

​Marilyn McCoo

​Norris Turney

​Wayne Newton

​Sue Raney

Ron & Peter Erskine with the Masters of Music Big Band, Music Hall - April 2013.

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Ron Kischuk is a Yamaha clinician & performimg artist.  He plays models YSL - 695, YSL - 681B and YSL - 682G Tenor Trombones and model YBL - 622 Bass Trombone.

Ron & John Allred Detroit Jazz Festival 2012

Ron Kischuk is the leader of The Masters Of Music Big Band, The Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band, and is the owner of Brassworks Entertainment in Detroit and The Masters Of Music Conservatory in Royal Oak. He is in his seventh season as the artistic director of the Toledo Jazz Orchestra, and was selected for the second time as artistic director of the Birmingham Community House Jazz Series.  
   

For Upcoming Public Performances Please Check The Calendar Page

 

Ron & Mark Berger with the Masters of Music Big Band, Music Hall - April 2013.

 Bio

Dianne Reeves

Marvin Hamlisch

Gladys Knight

Dukes of Dixieland

Don Rickles

Meshell Ndegeocello

Roger Daltry
Mitchell “Booty” Wood Regis Philbin

Liberace

Jay McShann
Lennon Sisters

Martha Reeves

Rob McConnell

Bob Hope
Neil Sedaka

Joe Williams

Delfeayo Marsalis
Bernadette Peters Erskine Hawkins

Danny Thomas
Gregory Hines

Ed Shaughnessy

Barry Manilow

Four Lads

Mary Wilson                     Diahann Carroll

Ann Jillian                 AndyWilliams

Josh Groban
​Gloria Gaynor

Steve March Torme     Elvis on the Big Screen

​Spinners

​Bob Anderson

​Engelbert Humperdinck

​Frankie Valli

​The Sultans

​Lou Rawls

​Vicky Winans

​Steve March Torme

Sammy Davis Jr. Dizzy Gillespie

Sarah McLachlan

Peter Erskine
Cab Calloway

Marlena Shaw

Henry Mancini
Mel Torme

Pat Metheny

Doc Severinsen
Christian McBride Max Roach

Barry Harris
Wayne Newton

Teddy Edwards

Kurt Elling

Bob Mintzer
Sean Jones

Ben Harper

Tom Scott

Nancy Wilson

Zoot Sims
Curtis Fuller

Lou Rawls

Donald Byrd
Don Henley

The Temptations

Vince Mendoza Dianne Schuur
Jim Hughart

Tony Bennett

Terence Blanchard Moody Blues

​Ink Spots

​Bob Summers

Il Volo

​Contours

​Mitzi Gaynor

​Clark Terry

​Tim Bowman

​Grand Funk Railroad

Ron is on the adjunct faculty of Wayne State University teaching both classical and jazz trombone and classical and jazz trumpet.  Ron is a Yamaha clinician and performing artist, and is the Detroit area’s most prominent trombonist.  He has been a featured soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra on several occasions and has performed with the orchestra many times as principal or assistant principal trombonist.  Ron is presently the principal trombonist of the Rochester Symphony Orchestra. He is the first call trombonist for the Fox Theater in Detroit and Andiamo's Celebrity Showroom in Warren. His Masters Of Music Big Band has backed up Johnny Mathis, Hal Linden, The Temptations, Natalie Cole, Gladys Knight, Rosemary Clooney, Wayne Newton and Regis Philbin among others.
   
Ron has 15 CD releases as leader, the most recent release with N.E.A. Jazz Master Curtis Fuller.  He has also recorded with Aretha Franklin, Peter Erskine, Vickie Winans, Tim Bowman, The Four Tops, The Temptations, Grand Funk Railroad, The Les Brown Band, The Emerald Sinfonietta, Russ Miller, Paul Finazzo, Bobby Murray, Stewart Francke, Karen Newman, Alto Reed, Jimmy Scott, Randy Scott, The Birmingham Bloomfield Symphony Orchestra, and is lead trombone on the Grammy winning soundtrack Standing In The Shadows Of Motown. In the next few months he will release a fifth Tartarsauce Traditional Jazz Band recording, a second Masters of Music Big Band (minus 9) CD and 3 new Masters of Music quartet CDs with guest artists.
 
 

Curtis Fuller with the Masters of Music Trombones, Detroit Jazz Fest 2012.