Jazz trumpet player and award-winning composer Michael Philip Mossman ’82 returned to Oberlin Conservatory for an artist residency. Mossman, professor and director of jazz studies at the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College, CUNY, led a master class and general clinic for students in the Jazz Studies Program.
Mossman also joined the Oberlin Jazz Ensemble, directed by Dennis Reynolds, as a guest trumpet soloist and leader. During the concert, the group performed several of Mossman’s harmonically and rhythmically imaginative arrangements of jazz standards.
Photograph by Walter Novak
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