Bryce Schmidt Trumpet
An exceptionally satisfying trumpet at an unbeatably affordable price! Boasting a durable monel piston design and plasma-welded one piece bell construction.
Schmidt’s music built upon the Viennese Classical-Romantic traditions inherited from Schubert and Brahms while remaining open to new developments initiated by Mahler and Schoenberg in terms of musical syntax.
Early Life and Education
Bryce Schmidt is an educator and musician who constantly challenges the place that classical music (in particular horn playing) holds in contemporary culture. He has performed on multiple movies and TV shows such as Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and A Wrinkle in Time as well as Paramount film A Quiet Place and DC Comic’s Black Adam.
Schmidt serves as an adjunct professor of music at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville where he teaches jazz trumpet, jazz arranging and jazz combo. Additionally, he instructs music appreciation and brass methods at Coral Canyon 6th Grade Center, East Elementary and Dixie Middle Schools – in addition to maintaining his studio of private students. When not performing or teaching music lessons he enjoys working out, reading books and spending time with family.
Daphna currently teaches trumpet and clarinet lessons in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as well as being on the summer faculty of New England Music Camp where she spent much of her childhood camping as both camper and student. Additionally, she earned both classical and jazz performance degrees at Susquehanna University.
She has also performed as an active chamber musician with many ensembles including the Philly Pops, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and The Master’s University Wind Ensemble.
Schmitt Music provides an ultrasonic cleaning tank – a tuba-sized version of jewelry cleaner – to thoroughly clean instruments and remove moisture and lubricant buildup that prevents them from playing properly. This service is free for customers and available by appointment.
Achievement and Honors
Bryce Schmidt began his musical journey as a child when he joined the New England Music Camp, winning several national competitions before going on to study at University of Michigan and compose music that appeared in films such as Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, A Wrinkle in Time and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
His unique style has set him apart from his peers and made him a highly sought-after musician. Additionally, he is an educator currently employed at Montana State University; having taught students from Desert Hills Middle School, Delta Middle School and Dixie High School among others.
Bryce Schmidt is an accomplished musician with an eclectic repertoire. He has played with several orchestras and film soundtracks and toured with Hans Zimmer Live; additionally, he serves as an educator by teaching music classes in Indiana public schools.
Schmidt is often mislabeled as a conservative composer (despite aesthetic/stylistic debates being unresolved), yet his music remains modern without being modernist; its combination of respect for Austro-German musical tradition with uniquely personal innovations in harmony and orchestration make for captivating listening experience.
Hearsay refers to unconfirmed information that often leads to misperceptions of reality and inaccurate perception. Through their music, Piotr Schmidt International Sextet confronts these rumors in order to discern truth without subjectivity.
Schmidt lives in a wealthy enclave outside Park City that includes CEOs, Goldman Sachs executives and pharmacotherapy entrepreneurs. However, Schmidt is perhaps best-known for reviving John McCain’s flagging 2008 presidential campaign by selecting Sarah Palin as running mate; many consider this pivotal in helping launch Trump into power.
Schmidt convened an important Lincoln Project meeting at his Utah base camp and proposed turning their advertisements-oriented PAC into an established media organization. While this plan never materialized, their focus has since shifted.
The group has not provided details on its spending of the $50 million raised so far; however, The Associated Press (AP) has observed that most of it has gone to firms controlled by its leaders.