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Kate Amrine

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Kate Amrine is a trumpet player familiar with many different styles including classical, jazz, and musical theatre. She is a graduate of NYU Steinhardt with a BM in Trumpet Performance and during her time at NYU, she studied with Thomas Hoyt, Laurie and Jeremy Pelt. She is frequently involved in musical theater productions in the city including West Side Story, In the Heights, Company, City of Angels, Anything Goes, Sweeney Todd, and Into the Woods. Kate is also a music contractor in the NYC area and recently contracted a 26 member orchestra for Tisch New Theatre’s production of West Side Story at Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. Kate recently started her own brass quintet, performing both classical and jazz, featuring some of her own compositions and arrangements – some of which were recently premiered on her senior recital

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New albums from Art Hirahara, Krzysia Górniak and Kate Amrine

Read "New albums from Art Hirahara, Krzysia Górniak and Kate Amrine" reviewed by Bob Osborne


There are excellent newly released albums on this week's show from guitarist Krzysia Górniak and trumpeter Kate Amrine. I am also featuring the fantastic new release from pianist Art Hirahara and music from other projects by the artists involved with that album. In between some archive cuts with classic jazz from across the years. ...


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