Dawn Webster is one of Philadelphia’s rising young talents. A multi-instrumentalist, Dawn has performed in a wide range of genres from the ancient to post-modern. Ms. Webster can currently be heard performing on voice, horn, baritone/euphonium, flute, clarinet, recorders, cornetto, and trumpet, her main instrument.

Current projects include Eastern European groups Galata Ensemble and the West Philadelphia Orchestra, classical/pop brass ensemble Rodney Mack Philadelphia Big Brass, as well as solo appearances as a recitalist and on Philadelphia's Bowerbird, Cybersounds, and SciFi Philly new music series. She has appeared with many local orchestras including the Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra and Lancaster and Reading Symphony Orchestras, and with Piffaro, the Renaissance Band. She currently teaches through Temple University in addition to private tutoring and masterclasses throughout the greater Philadelphia area.

Ms. Webster had the opportunity to commence formal studies in high school with jazz/rock trumpeter, Steve Jankowski (Blood, Sweat, and Tears).  She attended Rutgers University in New Jersey for her undergraduate studies in trumpet and environmental geology.  Her teachers there included Peter Bond (MET Opera) and Kevin Cobb (American Brass Quintet).  Her graduate work was in trumpet with David Bilger (Philadelphia Orchestra) at Temple University, where she continues to work today as part of the Prep teaching staff.

To know more, visit dawnwebster.com.

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