Douglas Wilson is a trumpet player who excels in a variety of musical styles, including Classical, Commercial, and Early Music. A frequent guest clinician, he has performed for audiences in the Caribbean, Europe, and Asia, with numerous performances at the Lincoln Center, the Kennedy Center, the National Cathedral, and the Music Center at Strathmore.

His performing affiliations include the New Haven Symphony, Solisti New York, Yale at Norfolk, the Tulsa Philharmonic Orchestra, and Principal Trumpet with the Signature Symphony. Early Music performances include Fanfare Barok, Tempesta di Mare, North Carolina Baroque Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, and Bach Sinfonia.

A life-long learner, Dr. Wilson received graduate degrees from Yale University and The University of Oklahoma, with continuing studies at Oberlin’s early music Baroque Performance Institute. His principal teachers include Barry Bauguess, and Robert Nagel.

Wilson’s two musical passions are performing and teaching. In an addition to his extensive performing experience, Wilson has enjoyed a long career as a music educator touching the lives of young musicians. He has an active trumpet studio near Washington, DC. He previously served as moderator of the global web forum “Ask the Teacher,” and as editor/contributor to the journal jr. for the International Trumpet Guild.

Doug is an artist/clinician for Yamaha Trumpets.       Send Email .