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Stanley Rosenzweig

Stanley Rosenzweig
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  • Faculty, Oscar Peterson School of Music


Brass, Trumpet

Educational Background

  • Bachelor of Science in Music (Mannes College)
Stanley Rosenzweig has studied with William Vacchiano, Simon Karasick, and Armando Ghitalla and has conducted studies in composition with Alexander Rapoport. He has performed with the National Ballet of Canada (principal trumpet, 1972–1990), Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, New York City Opera, Stuttgart Ballet, American Symphony Orchestra, and Radio City Music Hall Orchestra. He has also given solo performances at church and school concerts.

In addition, Stanley has made recordings with the National Ballet of Canada Orchestra and the Studio Arts Orchestra. Other recordings include New Music for Trumpet, Gerard Schwarz; The Five Faces of Eve, Peter Schickele; Classical Kids - Vivaldi's Ring of Mystery (1991); Classical Kids - Beethoven Lives Upstairs (1995); Classical Kids - Mr. Bach Comes to Call (1995); and Mozart's Magic Fantasy - A Journey Through The Magic Flute (1995). He composed Lyrical Duets for Trumpet, which was published by Magico Music and can be heard at

Mr. Rosenzweig's compositions and brass arrangements can be purchased  on line at J.W.Pepper.

Stanley has been a member of The Royal Conservatory faculty since 1992.

ARCT Preparation: Yes

Instruments / Subjects Taught: Euphonium, Trumpet

Minimum Age of Student: 8

Musical Styles: Classical, Contemporary, Latin, Musical Theatre, Opera

RCM Examination Preparation (Beginner - Grade 10): Yes

Special Needs: has worked with blind students