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Chuck Gottesman

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Born: August 24, 1971    Primary Instrument: Trumpet

Chuck Gottesman

Chuck Gottesman is one of the most active trumpet players in the Philadelphia metropolitan area. His ability to perform with expertise in many styles has made him first-call with many area bandleaders and brides-to-be. The press has called Gottesman “a monster … his flugelhorn playing is as warm as Art Farmer’s, while his trumpet playing seems to sizzle with a different set of ideas.” As an undergraduate at Temple University’s Esther Boyer College of Music, Gottesman was a student of famed trumpeter and educator Seymour Rosenfeld. Mr. Rosenfeld encouraged all of his students to be well- rounded trumpet players, so Mr. Gottesman performed in the university’s Symphony Orchestra as well as lead trumpet in the Jazz Band....
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2009, Andrew Neu, "Try Something Neu"
2007, Karen Wilhelm, "I Still Believe..."
2006, Chuck Gottesman, “My Hard Luck Story (and other tales of woe)”
2006, Brian Pastor Big Band, “Common Men”
2005, Michael Fein, “Four Flights Up”
2000, Andrew Neu, “Inspire”
1999, Regal Beagle, “Every Dog Has His Dub”

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