Los Angeles based trumpet player Andrew Rodman enjoys a varied career as performer and educator. A native of Southern California, he began his studies with Jonathan Ingber and orchestral training with the San Diego Civic Youth Orchestra. Continuing his schooling at the Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at California State University, Long Beach, completing his Bachelor of Music. After a hiatus to work as a freelance musician and teacher, Andrew began graduate studies at the Thornton School of Music at USC where he completed his masters degree. He has performed at the Rose Bowl for national television and on radio for NPR and recorded for pop artist Michael Bublé. He has been a member of the American Youth Symphony, and also performed with the YMF Debut Orchestra, LA Dream Orchestra, Camerata of Los Angeles and many other groups under the direction of such conductors as Leonard Slatkin, Carl St. Clair and David Newman. A dedicated educator, Andrew maintains an active private teaching studio with pupils of all ages and skill levels.