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Jamie is regarded as one of Wisconsin's most in-demand and versatile jazz trumpet players. Jamie has shared the stage with many nationally recognized musicians including: Dan Nimmer, Joe Sanders, Willie Pickens, Jim Pugh, Steve Houghton, Brian Lynch, Pete Zimmer, Rob Wilkerson, Rick Germanson, Dan Kinzelman, and Carl Allen. Jamie has performed with Grammy nominated R & B artist Eric Benet, and was featured live in performance for the taping of his recent music videos (The Hunger” & “You're the Only One). Jamie has also performed with the band Brazzaville led by David Brown (of Beck fame), and comedian Bob Newhart. In 2005, Jamie was the featured artist on the nationally syndicated NPR show “SAYS YOU!”. Jamie is a regular member of the following Milwaukee-based groups, The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music Faculty Sextet WE SIX , CLAMNATION, DE LA BUENA , and his own groups, the Impressions Quintet and JAMIE BREIWICK & CHOIR FIGHT.

Jamie holds a degree in music education from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and has been a full time middle school band director for the past five years. In addition to teaching middle school band, Jamie is the adjunct trumpet instructor at Cardinal Stritch University, The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and at the Wisconsin Conservatory of Music.

His first solo release, “Song To a Rose” features some of the regions top call jazz musicians including Curt Hanrahan - alto/tenor sax, Steve Einerson - piano, Joe Sanders - bass, and Sam Monroe - drums.


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Album Awake: The Music of Don Cherry by Jamie Breiwick

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Shifting Paradigm Records
2019

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Album 5 & 6 Live in Milwaukee by Jamie Breiwick

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Self Produced
2010

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