Ed Neumeister

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Ed Neumeister (born 1952) is a composer and jazz trombonist.[1] He was born in Topeka, Kansas.[1]

An early 2000s collaboration with Jay Clayton and Fritz Pauer was released as the album 3 for the Road.[2] Around 2012, Neumeister took teaching posts at The New School, New York University, William Paterson University, Rutgers University, and City College of New York.[1] Neumeister's solo trombone album, One and Only, contained recordings from 1994 and 2016.[3] In 2019, Neumeister was part of Joe Vano's Streams of Expressions band.[4]


  1. ^ a b c Collar, Matt. "Ed Neumeister". AllMusic. Retrieved December 24, 2020.
  2. ^ Kanzler, George (October 2020). "3 for the Road: Jay Clayton/Fritz Pauer/Ed Neumeister (Meisteromusic)". The New York City Jazz Record. No. 222. p. 23.
  3. ^ Dryden, Ken (November 2019). "One and Only: Ed Neumeister (MeisteroMusic)". The New York City Jazz Record. No. 211. p. 20.
  4. ^ Henkin, Andrey (January 2020). "New York @ Night". The New York City Jazz Record. No. 213. p. 4.

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