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Tatum Greenblatt has established himself as one of the most in-demand trumpet players in New York City. Named by Wynton Marsalis as one of his favorite up-and-coming trumpet players, Greenblatt has performed with Marsalis and The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, as well as The Mingus Big Band, Richard Bona, Blood Sweat & Tears, Maria Schneider, Roy Hargrove’s Big Band, Dr. John, George Gruntz, Toshiko Akiyoshi, The Vanguard Jazz Orchestra, Reggie Workman, George Garzone and the Duke Ellington Orchestra, among many others. Having earned his Master’s Degree from The Juilliard School, Tatum has spent more than five years touring worldwide with The Richard Bona Group and Mingus Bands, performing in more than 50 countries on 6 continents, and can be heard frequently around New York City with such groups as The Mingus Big Band, Orrin Evans’ Captain Black Big Band, The Fat Cat Big Band, and Pedro Giraudo Jazz Orchestra. Tatum has also appeared on dozens of recordings with a wide variety of artists, including The Captain Black Big Band, George Gruntz, The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Grizzly Bear’s Shields, and the soundtrack to the motion picture The Longest Week. His latest album Imprints, his third as a leader, was released to critical acclaim in March, 2012, earning a “Critic’s Pick” from DownBeat Magazine. Tatum also appeared in the 2011 film New Year’s Eve, directed by Garry Marshall, as a member of Jon Bon Jovi’s band.