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David Bobrowitz

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David Bobrowitz

Biography

David Bobrowitz (b. 21 February 1945, Brooklyn, N.Y.) is an American composer, arranger and trombonist.

Mr. Bobrowitz received his Bachelor of Science degree from the Mannes College of Music, majoring in Trombone Performance under Simon Karasick. He went on to Teachers College, Columbia University, where he earned a Masters Degree in Music Education. He studied composition independently under the tutelage of Robert Russell Bennett.

Mr. Bobrowitz has been a freelance bass trombonist, pianist, composer, and arranger in the New York area for more than 30 years. After a thirty year career as a band and orchestra director and music department head, he retired from the Great Neck Public Schools in June 2000, and currently resides in Richmond, Virginia. Mr. Bobrowitz continues to be in demand as a performer, composer, and arranger.


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