Carol Morgan is Chartbound at JazzWeek 2nd Week in Promotion


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Carol Morgan is a jazz trumpeter, composer, author and college professor residing in Manhattan. Originally from Texas, she is a Juilliard graduate who has worked with many remarkable teachers including: Chris Gekker, Mark Gould, Ingrid Jensen, and Dennis Dotson.

Morgan is Chartbound at the national jazz radio chart Jazzweek, her 2nd week in radio promotion.

Chartbound at Jazzweek w/e 4/12/2010

Playdate Playdate (Posi-Tone) Ehud Asherie Modern Life (Posi-Tone)

Antoinette Montague Behind The Smile (In The Groove/Allegro)

Jazz At Lincoln Center Orchestra Portrait In Seven Shades: Ted Nash (Jazz At Lincoln Center)

Salvatore Bonafede Sicilian Opening (Jazzeyes)

John Blake Motherless Child (Artists Recording Collective)

The Carol Morgan Trio Opening (Blue Bamboo)

The Intervention Band Homey (Self Released)

Jen Wendleboe's Big Crazy Energy New York Band Inspirations: Volume 1 (Rosa)

VW Brothers Muziek (Patois)

Carol's discography includes two CDs as a leader, Classic Morgana and Passing Time with the Carol Morgan Quintet, as well as filling side person roles on releases by DIVA Jazz Orchestra, Hawk-Richard Jazz Orchestra, NPR's “The Engines of Our Ingenuity," Henry Darragh, Thomas Helton and Calvin Owens. As a composer, she has been commissioned by Diverse Works, the Michele Brangwen Dance Ensemble, the Arch-diocese of Houston Galveston and St. Thomas Presbyterian Church, Houston.

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