About Adam Rossmiller
Dr. Adam Rossmiller is a trumpet performer and music educator in the Twin Cities. An adjunct professor at Concordia University, St. Paul, Rossmiller currently directs Concordia's Jazz Ensemble. He has also served on the music faculty with the University of Minnesota-Morris, Gustavus Adolphus College and St. Cloud State University. In addition to his duties at Concordia, Rossmiller directs beginning band and maintains a private studio at the Mt. Olivet School of Music.
Performance credits include: Doc Severinsen Big Band, Glen Miller Big Band, JazzMN Big Band, Bach Society of MN, Pete Whitman’s X-tet, Mt. Olivet Lutheran Church Brass, Dr. Mambo’s Combo, Jack Brass Band, and Ronn Easton’s All Star Soul Revue. Rossmiller has also had the pleasure of performing professionally with: Jason Marsalis, Natalie Cole, Eric Alexander, Mike Stern, Nicholas Payton, Fred Wesley, Diane Schuur, Ernie Watts, Wayne Bergeron, the Hornheads, the Four Tops, Martha & the Vandellas, and Wayne Newton.
Rossmiller is also a regular performer in the Twin Cities vibrant musical theatre scene and has been hired for numerous engagements at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre, Children’s Theatre, and the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
His edition of Frank Bencriscutto’s Concerto for Trumpet and Wind Ensemble is published through Ars Nova Press.