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Smith

is a Los Angeles-based trumpet artist. He actively performs across several genres and will play just about anything but, really loves a great lyrical or action score. He also enjoys contributing original work to the public repertoire with work written for brass quintet, concert band, and various configurations.

For the International Trumpet Guild, Smith has appeared as a guest Solo Artist and more recently as a member of the Hollywood Epic Brass. He enjoys outreach work, teaching privately, composing & arranging.

Smith holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the California Institute of the Arts & Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music with the tutelage of James Thompson. He is also a graduate of the Interlochen Arts Academy. 

As a freelance artist, Smith performs for motion picture, television, and video games, which has included such as, PBS’ Live from Lincoln Center, Riot Games, Spike, Touchstone Pictures, Universal, and Warner Brothers. He has served supporting roles on shows such as Dancing with the Stars, Ellen, the LATE LATE Show, and the Voice. He enjoys participating in a variety of ensembles such as the Grammy nominated John Daversa Progressive Big Band and Hollywood Studio Symphony. Smith currently serves as principal trumpet for the Southeast Symphony, conducted by Anthony Parnther.