NYC Trumpeter Augie Haas Releases New Studio Album HAVE WE MET?

NYC Trumpeter Augie Haas Releases New Studio Album HAVE WE MET?

Today, Augie Haas releases his new studio album Have We Met?

The record is Haas' fifth full length release and highlights the diversity of his musicianship, not only as a trumpet player, but as a crooner too. As a regular in Broadway orchestras, or a member of highly regarded ensembles like The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Haas' depth and experience as an artist shines through on Have We Met?

Track Listing

  1. Pennies From Heaven
  2. Have You Met Miss Jones
  3. So Danco Samba
  4. I Won't Dance
  5. I Remember You
  6. There Will Never Be Another You
  7. I've Never Been in Love Before
  8. On The Sunny Side of the Street
  9. Here's That Rainy Day
  10. What Is This Thing Called Love?
  11. Lean Baby
  12. Wave
  13. When You Wish Upon a Star

About:

Augie Haas currently lives in New York City where he is a professional trumpeter, composer, and teacher. As one of the most in-demand trumpet players in New York, Augie has worked with artists including Harry Connick, Jr., The Maria Schneider Orchestra, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, The Gil Evans Project, Birdland Big Band, various Broadway shows, and The Radio City Orchestra. Augie is currently a regular member of the orchestra for Aladdin on Broadway.

Born and raised in Milwaukee, Augie earned his Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies at Roosevelt University's Chicago College of the Performing Arts. After Chicago, he attended The University of Miami's Frost School of Music Conservatory for a Masters in Studio Music in Jazz, and a Doctorate in Musical Arts.

Augie has released four albums under his co-founded label Playtime Music: The Llama, Doing it Augie Style, Baby Jazz, and his latest album Endless, featuring all original compositions. Most recently he published his first book entitled Build Your Range.

Augiehaas.com

Performances

August 8th @ Wynwood Yard | Miami, FL

August 10th @ Jazz Estate | Milwaukee, WI


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