Trombone, Tuba, Composer, Arranger, Conductor
A native of Takoma Park, Maryland, Bill was educated at the Eastman School of Music where he studied with Emory Remington. Relocating to Los Angeles in 1975, Bill has played on at least 1000 records, 600 movies plus countless jingles and television shows. Primarily a bass trombone player, Bill also plays tenor trombone, contra bass trombone, euphonium and tuba. The Bill Reichenbach Quartet CD continues to be heard on jazz radio stations throughout the country.
Bill is a member and on the board of directors of The American Federation of Musicians – Union Local 47, as well as a member of the board of the Recording Musicians Associations of Los Angeles (RMALA).
Read more about Bill on his Wikipedia page.
Bill created the arrangements for the California Gold Rush Band and were played on antique brass instruments. Recently all eight pieces have been played and recorded by the Upstate Brass Band on modern brass instruments:...
As we build this site, you will see new aspects of Bill never before realized. Here are more of Bill's wonderful antique musical instruments.
Bill founded the Hearts of Music Fund in 2003. He arranges and composes almost all the holiday tunes that are played in the annual concert. The funds help professional musicians and their families in medical crisis. Check out the most recent report on the Hearts of...