Welcome

Thanks for looking around my jazz trumpet teaching website. I’m using this blog to post material for my students and anyone else who happens this way. I hope you enjoy and keep in touch if you have questions or comments.

If you are interested in lessons or the jazz ensembles and courses we offer at the New England Conservatory of Music (NEC) Preparatory School and School of Continuing Education, you can find everything right here on the web:

NEC – Preparatory School jazz program
NEC – Continuing Education jazz program

We are happy to teach dedicated students of any age and any level in our programs.
Have some questions? Please get in touch.
Contact: peter.kenagy@necmusic.edu
Bio: necmusic.edu/faculty/peter-kenagy
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Peter Kenagy is the faculty instructor of trumpet at New England Conservatory of Music (Prep and SCE division), Winchester Community Music School, John Payne Music Center, and lecturer at Massachusetts College of Art and Design (History of Jazz). Writing has appeared in American Music, Jazz Perspectives, and Journal of the American Musicological Society. Recordings and performances with Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra, Carmen Staaf, Omar Thomas, Andy Voelker, Randy Ingram, Jeremy Udden, Jorge Perez, and Ran Blake. Has performed with Steve Lacy, Lewis Nash, Joe Lovano, George Garzone, Bob Brookmeyer, Benny Golson, Jim Pugh, Maria Schneider, and George Russell. Recordings on Fresh Sound New Talent, Fractamodi, and others. Performances in New York, Panama, Shanghai, Paris, Montreux, Toronto, Boston, and Seattle. Doctor of Musical Arts, University of Illinois, dissertation on music of George Russell. Master of Music and Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies, New England Conservatory of Music. Trumpet studies with Charles Schlueter, Michael Ewald, and Ronald Romm; jazz studies with John McNeil, Tito Carrillo, George Garzone, Dan Greenblatt, Danilo Perez, Bob Brookmeyer, and George Russell.

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