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Kim Pensyl
Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies (Trumpet)

Email: pensylkc@UCMAIL.UC.EDU
Building: Corbett Center for the Performing Arts
Room: 1420

Area of Instruction: Jazz Studies
Faculty Since: 2005
Credentials: BM, The Ohio State University; MA, California State University, Northridge
Biography: Pensyl, who has been a visiting professor at CCM since fall 2004, joins CCM’s Performance Studies Division as Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies. Pensyl is a prolific jazz recording artist, composer and arranger who has twice been named one of Billboard’s Top 20 Contemporary Jazz Artists of the Year. A trumpeter, he has had four top-ten albums on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz chart and has recorded with jazz legends such as Toots Thielmans and modern greats like Joey Calderazzo. He has more than 100 published works recorded for Kim Pensyl Music and over 150 compositions/arrangements in the Kimothy Pensyl catalog. Prior to teaching at CCM, Pensyl taught at The Ohio State University.