City: Miami/South Florida
About Stewart Rabin
Stewart Rabin is Orchestra Director at Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland FL. He studied trumpet performance at University of Miami, SUNY Purchase and Florida International University where he studied with Arturo Sandoval for 3 years.
Stewart left the states and played overseas, settled in Bogota Colombia where he would play in groups with Mingo Lewis (Santana, The Tubes, David Bowie) Antonio Arnedo (Carlos Vives, Thelonious Monk Jazz finalist) Chucho Merchan (The Eurhythmics, Thomas Dolby, Pete Townsend) and also toured with the incomparable Armando Manzanero.
Stewart is an in demand studio musician and recorded commercial studio work for Nestle, Chevrolet and others. Stewart toured with his own group (The Stewart Rabin Project). He also had an his original composition "Blues for Stew" choreographed by Christopher Flemming, principal dancer with the NYC Ballet.
Stewart has been fortunate to have shared the stage and performed with with Cachao, Arturo Sandoval, Hiram Bullock, Delmar Brown, Johnny Benitez, Charly Garcia and a slew of others well known musicians and producers.
Stewart is currently a member of "The Miami Jazz Project" he has an original style and is a captivating and thought-provoking player/performer with tremendous technical ability.