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Ethan Bensdorf

Trumpet, New York Philharmonic Ethan Bensdorf joined the New York Philharmonic’s trumpet section in June of 2008, after spending the 2007–08 season as acting Assistant Principal trumpet with the Naples Philharmonic Orchestra in Naples, Florida. He received his bachelor of music degree from Northwestern University in 2007, where he studied with Barbara Butler, Charles Geyer, and
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Ryan Berndt

Ryan Berndt is one of the trumpet players of the Gaudete Brass. He has performed and recorded with numerous ensembles including the Silk Road Ensemble, Chicago Civic Orchestra under the direction of Daniel Barenboim and Jay Friedman. In addition, Ryan has can be heard on all three of the album’s recorded with the Gaudete Brass
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James ‘Boogaloo’ Bolden

Trumpet, Singer, Band Leader James “Boogaloo” Bolden was born February 9, 1950 to James and Rachel Bolden in Houston, Texas. From youth onward he had a passion for music. He learned to play classical trumpet during his high school years and was a member of the school choir. Later, Bolden also learned to play the
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Martin Britt

Martin Britt has long been regarded as one of the banding world’s finest soprano players and he enjoys performing all over the world. Martin studied Trumpet at The Royal Academy of Music with James Watson, John Wallace and David Staff before enjoying a career as a freelance trumpeter. Playing all styles, Martin’s career spanned from
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Barbara Butler

Barbara Butler is a soloist with Music of the Baroque, Chicago Chamber Musicians, and Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra. She is a former member of Eastman Brass, Eastman Virtuosi, and the Vancouver and Grant Park Symphony Orchestras. She has performed, recorded, and appeared in broadcasts with the St. Louis, Chicago, and Houston Symphony Orchestras and
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Curtis Calderon

. Curtis Calderon is a native Texan and currently tours the US and world with the legendary vocal group, The Four Freshmen. He started his musical career in early high school playing with Tejano groups, an original music formed in central and south Texas. He also appeared on several Tejano records in high school and played the
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Leonard Candelaria

World Renowned Artist & Pedagogue Dr. Leonard A. Candelaria is hailed as a world-class trumpeter and one of America’s distinguished artist-teachers who has been called “a living legend” and “an icon” in the trumpet playing and teaching professions. As a soloist his concerts and recitals in the United States, Europe, Asia and Central America have
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Fred Cantu

Trumpeter, bandleader, educator, composer, Fred Cantu is one of the busiest trumpet players on the music scene today. He performs as a regular member of Grammy nominated Cuban jazz pianist Chuchito Valdes’ Ensemble performing major jazz festivals around the country. He also tours worldwide with the Elvis Tribute Tour for Elvis Presley Enterprises. Fred’s trumpet
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Daniel Cloutier

Daniel Cloutier, born and raised in New England, started playing trombone at age 13. Within three years he was performing professionally in the Norwalk (CT) Symphony Orchestra, beginning a long and colorful orchestral career, including early positions (most of them Principal Chair) in the Illinois Philharmonic, the Elgin Symphony Orchestra, the Lake Forest Symphony, and
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Eric Crees

Principal Trombone, Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Eric Crees was born in London and studied at Wandsworth School, where, in the famous boys’ choir, he worked with many distinguished professional orchestras and conductors. Of particular importance was the school’s long association with Benjamin Britten, who wrote a solo part for him in the Children’s Crusade.While still at
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