DavID DOCHTERMAN
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DAVID DOCHTERMAN

David Dochterman attended Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and studied under Eric Carlson of the Philadelphia Orchestra where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in Performance. His influential teachers have also included Nitzan Haroz, Charles Vernon and Fred Lewis.

David has performed with several international ensembles, including as Principal Trombone with La Orquesta Sinfonica de Mineria in Mexico City, The Sofia (Bulgaria) Symphony and the Teatro Lirico D’Europa.  In the United States, David has performed with the Maryland Symphony, Haddonfield (NJ) Symphony, Curtis Institute (PA) Symphony, Peoria (IL) Symphony, Elmhurst (IL) Symphony, Maryland Symphony Brass Quintet, Bayfield Brass Quintet and the Chicago Brass Choir.   Additionally, David has been a featured performer at the International Trumpet Guild Conference, Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, and the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association Conference.

 

As a soloist, David was a finalist in the Chicago Symphony Illinois Young Performers Competition, performing Gordon Jacob’s Concerto for Trombone with piano at Symphony Center.  In 1997, David was a semi-finalist in the Eastern Trombone Workshop Classical Solo Competition performing the Paul Creston Fantasy.

David Dochterman is adjunct instructor of trombone at Anne Arundel Community College.