Our members are full-time musicians who, in addition to performing at the highest level, conduct themselves in a professional, courteous manner and do their utmost to create the event and sound that our clients have envisioned.
Scott Marino is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. His teachers have been Phillip Smith and John Ware, principals of New York Philharmonic; Frank Kaderabek, principal of Philadelphia Orchestra; and Leon Rapier, principal of the Louisville Orchestra.
His professional career began at the age of 18, when he started substituting with the Philadelphia Orchestra. Later he played third and assistant principal with that Orchestra for one season. As a principal player he has performed with the New Jersey Symphony, Concerto Soloist of Philadelphia, Orchestra Sinfonica of Torino of the RAI Italy, New York National Opera Orchestra, and Trenton Symphony of New Jersey. As a substitute he has performed with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, New York City Opera Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, the Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra, and the Long Island Philharmonic Orchestra.
Mr. Marino has taught in the Governor's School of Pennsylvania, Glassboro State College in New Jersey, and the Hebrew Art School of New York. Presently Scott Marino has a private trumpet studio in Philadelphia and is a free-lance trumpet player, primarily in Philadelphia and New York City.