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Hailed by the Boston Globe as an “exceedingly gifted” trumpeter and complimented by Wynton Marsalis for his “wide Cheap Jordan Sale open, soulful sound,” Richard Watson’s playing has been described by the Worcester Telegram & Gazette as “stunning perfection.”

Mr. Watsonhas appeared as soloist with the Nashua, Granite State, Worcester, and Boston Symphony cheap oakleys sunglasses Orchestras, the Salem and North Shore Philharmonic Orchestras, the New England Chamber Orchestra, and the Waldstadt Kammerorchester Karlsruhe защита кожи от ультрафиолета.

A member of the Majestic Brass since 1993, Mr. Orchestra Project, and on the Sony Classical video series, Marsalis on Music.

Watson’s principal trumpet teachers have been James wholesale jerseys Pandolfi, Vincent Penzarella, Hacked Charles Schlueter, and David Dubinsky, and his solfege teacher was Larry Scripp.  After graduating from Walnut Hill School for the Arts in Natick cheap nba jerseys and the New England Conservatory of Music, Mr. Watson spent three summers as a member of the Tanglewood Music Center Orchestra where he received the Wynton Marsalis Fellowship in 1995.  Committed to educating as well as performing, he teaches at Salem State University, coaches the brass section of the Harvard Radcliff Orchestra, and instructs some younger trumpeters in the Newton Public Schools.

Born in New York Danvers, MA, Watson now lives in Peabody, MA with his wife Jacqueline, their son William, their dogs Elmo and Neville, and cheap nfl jerseys Lola the Chinchilla.

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