A native of Burke, Virginia, Kevin Maloney received a B.M performance from East Carolina University (2003), a M.M. (2005) and Performance Diploma (2007) from Boston University. A winner of the 2007 B.U. Soloists Competition, Mr. Maloney also won 2nd Prize at the 2007 National Trumpet Competition (Masters Division) held in Washington D.C., and 2nd prize in the 2005 International Trumpet Guild Solo Competition held in Bangkok, Thailand. A reviewer for the I.T.G. noted the performance was “…bold and commanding…”, and that “his energy and flair could be felt by all…” In 2002, Mr. Maloney was named winner of the East Carolina University Concerto Competition. Equally at home in the jazz idiom Mr. Maloney was named a finalist in the National Trumpet Competition Jazz Division from 2002-2004.

While living in Boston, Mr. Maloney was an active performer and educator. In 2005, Mr. Maloney joined the faculty at South Shore Conservatory, teaching at both the Hingham and Duxbury campuses. As a performer, Mr. Maloney is a member of the Bay State Brass, which in 2007 was awarded the Senior Winds Division Bronze Medal at the prestigious Fischoff National Chamber Music Competition. From 2004-2007, Mr. Maloney held the flugelhorn chair in the New England Brass Band, under the direction of Douglas Yeo. Mr. Maloney was a featured soloist on the NEBB’s album “This is Christmas” recorded in Boston’s Symphony Hall and can heard on their upcoming release “Be Glad Then America.” Mr. Maloney was a featured soloist with the NEBB at the 2007 International Trumpet Guild Conference held in Amherst, MA, where the performance was “…superb and stylish…” as noted by the I.T.G. reviewer. He has also performed with ALEA III, Emmanuel Music, and the Hingham Symphony. Primary teachers include Bill Siegfried, Britt Theurer, Ray Codrington (jazz), and Terry Everson. Additional studies with Stephen Burns, Laurie Frink, and Vince DiMartino.

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