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Nick Lombardelli

Nick Lombardelli is a lifelong musician and proud Philadelphian. Nick graduated from The University of the Arts, obtaining his bachelor’s degree in Jazz Studies in 2015 and his Master of Arts in Teaching degree in 2016. Nick has the privilege of performing with many great musicians in the Philadelphia area and beyond, including Ben Folds, Jamie Cullum, Cory Wong, Nestor Torres, Orrin Evans, Pablo Batista, The Larry McKenna Jazz Orchestra, The Jack Saint Clair Orchestra, The Philly POPS, and The Chancel Choir of The First Presbyterian Church in Philadelphia. Nick has also had the privilege of writing for The Jazz Orchestra of Philadelphia, the Philly POPS Big Band, The Mason Brothers, The University Of The Arts, First Presbyterian Church, and more. In 2014, Nick won the International Trombone Association’s Carl Fontana Jazz Trombone Competition. Nick is currently the brass instruments and jazz instructor at Cardinal O’Hara High School.

Awards

International Trombone Association Carl Fontana Jazz Trombone Competition - 2014


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Secret Suite

Self Produced
2020

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It's A Little Fast...

Self Produced
2020

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ISMS

Self Produced
2020

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Who Cut The Cheese

Self Produced
2019

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Parallels of Latitude

From: ISMS
By Nick Lombardelli

It's a Little Fast

From: It's A Little Fast (Single)
By Nick Lombardelli

The Straggler

From: Secret Suite
By Nick Lombardelli

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