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Rex Richardson

About Rex Richardson: As one of the busiest crossover trumpeters on the international scene he is a veteran of the acclaimed chamber ensemble Rhythm & Brass, jazz legend Joe Henderson’s Quintet and Sextet, William Russo’s Chicago Jazz Ensemble, and the Brass Band of Battle Creek, known as orchestras, concert bands, brass bands and jazz ensembles on five continents. He has shared the stage with countless legendary artists and ensembles, including Brian Blade, Benny Carter, Boston Brass, Ray Charles, Mike Clarke, Dave Douglas, Kurt Elling, Carl Fontana, Aretha Franklin, Wycliffe Gordon, Stefon Harris, Conrad Herwig, Dave Holland, Dave Liebman, Keith Lockhart, Jimmy Owens, Chris Potter, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Arturo Sandoval, Allen Vizzutti, Bill Wautrous, and Steve Wilson.

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“One of the world’s most engaging and astonishingly versatile trumpeters.” - Style Weekly

“Rex Richardson is among the very best trumpet soloists in the world today!” - International Trumpet Guild

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