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Max Woodbury

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Background Information

Employment History

Principal Trumpet

Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra


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Mile High Jazz Band - Players

milehighjazz.com [cached]

I studied with Max Woodbury, who holds the distinction of having been principal trumpet with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for 30 1/2 years, putting him in the top 10 list of longevity among major symphony orchestra trumpeters - he retired in the early '70's, I think, but didn't die until about three years ago at the age of 93, I believe.
Freddie Hubbard was also his student (obviously neither one of us studied jazz with Max; Freddie, however, seemed to have somewhat of a knack for it anyway).


Westport Public Library MOVIE & MUSIC Blog: Music Archives

www.westportlibrary.org [cached]

His teacher at that time was first trumpeter Max Woodbury of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.


www.entertainment-link.com

Though offered a scholarship by Indiana Central College for his french horn playing, Hubbard elected to study trumpet for the next year at the Jordan Conservatory of Music, and took lessons with Max Woodbury of the Indianapolis Symphony.


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