Appearing extensively throughout New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania, trumpeter Thomas Boulton has performed alongside members of the Canadian Brass, the New York Philharmonic, and a range of musicians on Broadway. Mr. Boulton’s trumpet playing has been broadcast live on television to over 200 million homes internationally, heard on numerous National Public Radio programs, and on live concert stages in front of crowds exceeding 25,000. As an educator, clinician, and recitalist, Mr. Boulton appears at schools and universities across the country and is a published author in the International Trumpet Guild Journal. Mr. Boulton holds degrees from Rutgers University (Doctor of Musical Arts), Manhattan School of Music (Master of Music), and Eastern Michigan University (Bachelor of Music). His principal teachers include Kevin Cobb, Thomas V. Smith, Carter Eggers, and Michael Bowman. He has received additional individual instruction from trumpeting icons Håkan Hardenberger, Thomas Stevens, Gabriele Cassone, Stephen Burns, Edward Carroll, Jim Ross, Mark Gould, David Krauss, Peter Bond, Brian McWhorter, Ray Mase, and Robert Sullivan. He was a participant in the 2011 and 2012 Center for Advanced Musical Studies at Chosen Vale annual trumpet seminar, has performed under notable conductors including Marin Alsop, Lorin Maazel, and Kurt Masur, and performs frequently in prestigious concert halls such as New York City’s Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. He has recorded on the Sony Classical, Mark Masters, and Naxos Classical labels, as well as an independent label alongside trumpet virtuoso Allen Vizzutti. More information can be found at www.thomasboulton.com.