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Faculty Soloist w/NYU Orchestra

Tri Boro Trio @ Magnolia, Brooklyn, NYC

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Listen to songs from "Save the Robots", a musical Rob Susman is a composer, musical director and producer. 

Videos Rob has appeared in: 

playing a solo with The Allman Bros. @ the Peach Festival 2012 

playing the Beatles' "Oh Darling" 

playing a solo on Steely Dan's "Hey 19" 

appearing in Joe Pesci's MTV video 'Yo Cousin Vinny' 

Reviews: 

"Susman was dynamic...playing with singer-like panache" - The Star-Ledger 

"Susman played with authority, decisiveness, and vigor" - The Duke Ellington Society 

"...a delightful display of jazz trombone... 
...great solo performances..." 
-Jazz Review.com  

"Jazz lovers will want to catch the Tri Boro Trio in concert" 
-Carp(e) Libris reviews 

"...Susman's vocal-like trombone outing was the perfect compliment" - The Star-Ledger 

Bio: 

Rob Susman has recently appeared with the Allman Brothers Band and Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes. He has toured with Chico O'Farrill's Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra and Salsa singer La India. He has performed with Branford Marsalis, Clark Terry, Tito Puente, Frankie Ruiz, Ismael Miranda, Liza Minelli, Jay and the Americans, Leslie Gore, Neil Sedaka, The Drifters, Ashford & Simpson and Neil Diamond.  

Rob Susman has appeared in music festivals in the North Sea, Pori, Vienne, Aruba, Bermuda, Gubbio (Italy), The Canary Islands, COTA (PA), Discover Jazz (VT), Red Bank, OSPAC, NJ Jazz Association (NJ), and What Is Jazz? (NYC).  

He has been a guest musician on radio's "Rambling with Gambling" , Television's "The Vicki Lawrence Show", and Joe Pesci's MTV video "Yo Cousin Vinny". He was a guest faculty soloist with the NYU Orchestra.  

He can be heard playing on several nationally televised commercials and on video game soundtracks. He has been a member of the Supper Club All Stars, The Rainbow Room Orchestra, and Broadway pit orchestras.  

He can be heard on recordings by Swingadelic, Andrea Burns, Science For Girls, The Davenports, Blue Number Nine, The Electric Ladybugs, Peter Buchi, Hemingway, NoNoNonet, Stefanie Seskin, Repercussions, The Marshall Plan Kids, A Mass for Mass Trombones, Janet Speaks French, Fatback, Hagatha, Renar, and the Flipped Fedoras. 

He has composed for PBS's "Reading Rainbow". His arrangements are performed by Boston Brass and brass ensembles under his own direction. His credits include: The Cairo Symphony Orchestra, The N.Y.U. Symphony Orchestra, Johnny Farina (of Santo and Johnny), and The Imani Winds. He arranged the popular swing version of "I'll Be Home for Christmas" that appears on the Pottery Barn CD "Hip Holidays II". 

Rob is the Brass Studies instructor for the NYU Dept. of Music Education. He has given master classes at NYU, Brooklyn College, The Dalton School, and the Moses Brown School. He is also on the faculty of the Riverdale Country School. 

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