Major chop problem- looking for teacher near Philly

Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by ndelson, Aug 1, 2007.

  1. ndelson

    ndelson New Friend

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    I am looking for a teacher not too far from Philadelphia who specializes in chop problems/set up issues. I am willing to travel to New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, etc. I’d rather stay within a 2 hour train/car ride if at all possible.

    If you would like to PM the info or just post it here, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks!
    Neil
     
  2. The BuZZ

    The BuZZ Pianissimo User

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    I would highly recommend Lucinda Lewis! Here is the website: Embouchures.com
    Best of luck man, and keep us posted..............
     
  3. Sophar

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    I would contact Prof William "Bill" Fielder Rutgers University. He is by far the greatest teacher next to his teacher Vincent Chicowicz and Adolph Bud Herseth .
     
  4. tromj

    tromj Piano User

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    PM me. I have a few names.


    Jordan
     
  5. talcito

    talcito Piano User

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    I just PM you the info for a teacher I would highly suggest.

    All the best,

    Oscar
     
  6. ndelson

    ndelson New Friend

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    Thank you all very much for all of your suggestions...this is a great community.

    All the best,
    Neil
     
  7. Albert Castillo

    Albert Castillo Pianissimo User

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    Conctact Rodney Mack, he's with the Ch. O. of Philadelphia (not a "chops doctor" but a trumpet teacher!)
     
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  8. JunkyT

    JunkyT Pianissimo User

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    You could also try Terell Stafford at Temple (Fielder's student) or Laurie Frink (Caruso's student) in Manhattan. PM me if you want contact info for either.

    Good luck!
     

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