Results for "Bart Miltenberger"
UK-born trumpet player, Bart Miltenberger, whose playing has been called "impressive" by JazzTimes magazine, is a lyrical and melodic player with a warm and beautiful trumpet sound. He was recently invited by world-renowned trumpet star and composer Dave Douglas to perform in Trumpet Nation, the opening night of NYC's 2nd annual Festival of New Trumpet Music. Miltenberger played alongside such trumpet greats as Douglas, Roy Campbell, Steve Bernstein, Graham Haynes, Ron Horton, John McNeil and more, all under the baton of the legendary conductionist Butch Morris. Miltenberger studied with the Maestro Dennis Sandole (best known as John Coltrane's teacher) and was an American Composers Forum grant winner in 2003
by Geno Thackara
Christopher Marsceill may be based in northwest jny: Philadelphia, but a casual listener could just as easily believe it was jny: Nashville or jny: New Orleans--not just because he goes by Reverend Chris in polite company and otherwise, but because he and his amiable High Rollers band share a love for earthy horns and Dixie swing. ...
by Mike Oppenheim
Any fan of the great American music that is jazz is surely aware that the art form's history depended on the convergence of geography, individual talents, and inspiration. Cities such as jny: New Orleans, jny: Kansas City, jny: Chicago, and New York are synonymous with particular styles of jazz. One often overlooked city is jny: Philadelphia, ...