Availability

Chuck Seipp is available as a performer for weddings, concerts, recitals, church services, brass quintet performances, guest soloist with orchestras or bands, masterclasses, trumpet and organ demo CD recording, contract work, and concert duos with organ. Please contact for more information.


Weddings

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Chuck is one of the most experienced wedding trumpet players in the D.C. area having played for well over 1,000 ceremonies. Trumpet and organ is a wonderful combination for music of the church wedding. If the wedding is not in a church, or organ accompaniment is not the preference, Chuck has music and access to talented brass and string players for the couple’s desired ensemble.

Watch Chuck perform many of The Wedding Book selections
with acclaimed organist Diane Bish.

Church Services

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Music for solo trumpet or various ensembles available for church events and Sunday services.


Chuck often performs this arrangement of Amazing Grace for church services and public recitals. He produced this video to pay tribute to the men and women who have served in our nation’s military.


Recitals/Concert Series/Events

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Trumpet and Piano, Trumpet and Strings, Trumpet and Organ or Brass Quintet (The Commonwealth Brass) are performance groups Chuck leads for any special occasion. Great musicians performing great music to entertain for any audience.

Recital Recordings


Guest Soloist

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Chuck is available to solo with High School, Community or College Bands and Orchestras. Sandstone and Marble for Trumpet and Band, by Adam Levowitz, was written for Chuck and is a great addition to the trumpet solo with band repertoire. A rehearsal recording is available to hear on this site.

Sandstone and Marble for Trumpet and Band

Carnival of Venice (live with one finger!)

Options for trumpet solo and Band or Orchestra include but not limited to:

  • Bach – Concerto BWV 972
  • Curnow – Concert Piece
  • Haydn – Concerto
  • Hummel – Concerto
  • Neruda – Concerto
  • Levowitz – Sandstone and Marble
  • Arutunian – Concerto
  • Truax – Fantasie
  • Clarke – Carnival of Venice
  • Clarke – Bride of the Waves
  • Bach – Hungarian Melodies
  • Ewazen – Sonata
  • Goedicke – Concert Etude
  • Kennan – Sonata
  • Reed – Ode for Trumpet
  • La Virgin de la Macarena
  • Mozart – Concerto

Teacher

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In-home studio for any age trumpet student with desire to improve skills.


Contractor

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Chuck has access to the most talented musicians in the D.C. area to perform for any occasion.


Master Classes

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Trumpet Master Classes available for College, High School and Middle School levels.


Wedding Demo CD Recording

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With digital recording equipment, Chuck will come to your church and record trumpet and organ selections for a personalized demo CD to help
brides choose appropriate wedding music. A time saver for organists and appreciated service to brides, illustrating music options to help finalize selections for the wedding.


Recordings

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  • “Ceremonial Music” for Trumpet & Organ recorded at The Old Post Chapel, Ft. Myer, VA with Randall Sheets
  • The Wedding Book CD~”Ceremonial Music for Trumpet & Organ” recorded at The National Presbyterian Church with Mary Mozelle
  • Wedding Demo CD’s with area organists
  • Wedding Demo CD by The Commonwealth Brass Quintet

Trumpet & Organ Concert Duo with Randall Sheets

Click here for more information on the Trumpet and Organ Duo with Randall Sheets

Trumpet & Organ Concert Duo with Mary Mozelle

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The Instrument of Kings meets the King of Instruments in the sublime new trumpet and organ duo that is Seipp & Mozelle, featuring trumpeter Chuck Seipp and organist Mary Mozelle. Alone, each musician is an accomplished soloist and recording artist; combined, their artistry fully resonates with the majesty and opulence of this genre. Trumpet and organ have a natural affinity for one another, which is evident in the exquisite interpretations of Mr. Seipp and Ms. Mozelle.

The Seipp & Mozelle duo offers a unique programming experience. In May 2003, the Smithsonian Institution’s Resident Associate Program featured Mary Mozelle’s original presentation, Sights and Sounds of the Pipe Organ–a narrated history and musical demonstration that demystifies this “king of instruments.” To increasing popular acclaim, this presentation has been in demand at churches throughout the Washington, D.C. area. Performing venues may now choose from two different formats when presenting the Seipp & Mozelle duo. The first, more traditional program, features the trumpet and organ duo in concert performing the glorious repertoire of this genre. While a second, more adventurous program, begins with Sights and Sounds of the Pipe Organ, which ultimately serves to illuminate the performance by the charismatic duo following intermission.