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Earl McIntyre

Earl McIntyre Bass Trombone, Tuba,

At Mannes College of Music he studied Bass trombone with Simone Karasick and tuba with Thompson Hanks. Later he studied arranging with Slide Hampton and Bob Brookmeyer and studied privately with the famous brass teacher Carmine Caruso

Mr. McIntyre has played, recorded or arranged for  Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Taj Mahal, the Band, Stevie Wonder, McCoy Tyner, J.J. Johnson, Aretha Franklin, Levon Helm, the Count Basie Orchestra, the Ellington Orchestra, the Thad Jones -Mel Lewis Orchestra, Slide Hampton, the Mingus Big Band, Cecil Taylor, Arturo O’Farrill & the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra and  Fred Ho.

He has received numerous grants as a composer, player and educator from. The National Endowments of the Arts, New York State Council of the Arts, Meet the Composer, and others.. He appears on many Grammy award-winning recordings, has numerous film & Broadway credits and been involved in a number of Tony winning productions. Faculty credits include Long Island University, The New School for Social Research and SUNY at Purchase. Mr. McIntyre has also been a teaching artist for Young Audiences, Brooklyn Arts Council and The New Jersey Performing Arts Center. He’s done clinics through various arts organizations as well.  At the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music he served as Director for the Jazz division. He was also producer and founder of the “Brooklyn Brass Fest” which featured a number of world class brass players and teachers In 2013 he and Renee Manning founded the Excelsior Music Studio, and educational program geared towards adults and seniors in Brooklyn. His latest  CD  is “Brass Carnival & Tribute.” For more information go to excelsiormusicstudio.com