Scott Daugherty: Trumpet

(Classical; Jazz)

Scott Daugherty is a passionate performing musician and educator. He has played on Broadway and with the Albany Symphony Orchestra.  In 2008, Scott was awarded the honor of the James E. Hughes, Sr. Memorial Award for Performance from Mannes College of Music.

Scott has performed several engagements at Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall in New York City and has performed in Symphony Hall in Boston. He has focused on classical music in recent years, though he grew up primarily playing jazz and keeps it an active part of his playing. Scott is also an audio engineer and records often in New York City and Boston.

Scott is currently a Doctor of Musical Arts candidate at Stony Brook University, studying with American Brass Quintet Member Kevin Cobb.

Scott’s former teachers include Mr. Vincent Penzarella of the New York Philharmonic and Mr. Eric Berlin of the Boston Philharmonic and Albany Symphony. He has also studied with Thomas Smith of the New York Philharmonic and Raymond Riccomini of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra. Scott joined Pakachoag in September, 2013

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