Woodwinds and Brass
Philippe attended McGill University and received his B.M. in Trumpet Performance with High Distinction in 2007. He then went to California Institute of The Arts for M.F.A. Multi-focus Trumpet Performance in 2009, Bard College Conservatory for Trumpet Performance in 2013, and University of Miami for his D.M.A. Trumpet Performance in 2016.
Additionally, Philippe studied at Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, trumpet section in 2014, 2017, and 2018. He also studied at Frost School of Music as Henry Mancini Institute Fellow from 2013-2016, Trumpet Fellow at Atlantic Music Festival in 2013, and Aspen Music Festival Brass Quintet Fellowship and Orchestral Fellowship in 2006.
Performance and Teaching Experience
Philippe was Artist in Residence at Opera Orchestra, Dartington International Summer School in collaboration with Sir Peter Maxwell Davies in 2008.
Philippe’s performance accomplishments include Miami City Ballet, Naples Philharmonic, The Florida Orchestra, Boca Symphonia, New Century Players Ensemble, Fanfares for the Apocalypse by Ken Ueno, and many more.
Philippe recently joined the faculty of Northern Virginia Community College, Loudon Campus, to teach trumpet. He was previously Teaching Assistant at Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, Trumpet Teacher at Ransom Everglades School, Trumpet Teacher at The Miami Conservatory, Miami Music Project: Teaching Artist.
Philippe joined Levine’s Woodwinds and Brass department in Fall 2018.
His favorite aspect of being a part of Levine is, “a positive atmosphere full of supportive colleagues and great students!”
A highly adaptive and methodical approach using a growth mindset resulting in positive results and the joy of progressing through hard work. I use all of my training both as a pedagogue and experienced performer to help my students grow and learn, no matter their current ability or age.
I love to cook delicious food for friends and loved ones. I love to read and ride my bike all over the DMV.