Georgie Rodriguez Bio

Georgie Rodriguez is a Bass Trombonist born in Puerto Rico and raised in Jacksonville. His major accomplishments include Performing as a soloist at the Performing Arts Institute (PAI) in Pennsylvania, has served as Bass Trombonist for Jacksonville Symphony Youth Orchestra for over 3 years, and also has served in other local community orchestras in the Jacksonville area.

Significant performances include Pines of Rome, Scheherazade, Tchiakovsky Symphony No. 4, and many more.

Although playing the Bass Trombone is my passion I love to Box. The first thing I did when I came to America from Puerto Rico is Box for a few years. Shortly after I laid it off for music but I still connect with my roots every now and then. Having past trophies from my accomplishments in that chapter of my life is enough for me.

Graduating from Douglas Anderson I had one goal in mind. To use what I’ve learned and the opportunities I’ve had to pay it forward to young musicians around the world.

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  1. Georgie, I really liked how you made your bio a little personal by adding how you enjoy boxing outside of music. This gives readers of your bio an insight on the things that you have an interest in that does not include music. You also did a good job on being specific in the groups and performances you have participated in the last few years. Good Job.

  2. There is definitely a lot of good info here. I think speaking from one perspective throughout the bio would be an improvement.

  3. Interesting bio! I recommend taking it to the writing center to get your capitalization and punctuation errors corrected. Also, I would suggest speaking only from the third perspective.

  4. Instead of starting with where you are from, start of with performing as a soloist at the Perform Art Institute (PAI).

  5. Your Bio has seen major improvements since its creation. Something I would suggest is that you don’t go off on tangents talking about “Douglas Anderson.” (unless you describe what they are. If I did not know who you where I would not know what Douglas Anderson is and what you where talking about.

  6. There is a lot of potential here! I think you could have a better format for your biography. You can accomplish this by leading up to accomplishments or performances rather than saying “significant performances include…” In the last paragraph, you changed how you wrote your bio too. Don’t use “I” and instead use he. Lastly, Box does not need to be capitalized.

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