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Brooke Trumm

Brooke Trumm is a composer, drummer/percussionist, and copyist in New York, NY.
She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition from the University of Idaho and a Master's in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University. Her animated movie-musical "Pandora Rocks," written with Kerry Kazmierowicztrimm, has placed in the quarter-finals of several screenplay competitions and had a reading at NYU. Her work has also been performed at Rattlestick Playwright Theater, Lincoln Center, and Merkin Hall. Most recently, Brooke was among the winners of the 2024 Write Out Loud Contest with collaborator Will Shishmanian for their song "Fade Away." 
Brooke has been an active drummer/percussionist for 19 years. She performs all over New York City with various artists, bands, and theatre productions. She has played for every kind of ensemble under the sun, from symphonies and orchestras to rock bands and Samba ensembles. Most recently, Brooke played for the Eugene O'Neill National Musical Theatre Conference's (NMTC) developmental workshop of "The Dark Lady" by Veronica Monsour and Sophie Boyce, under the Music Direction of Anessa Marie.
After studying with Emily Grishman, she has gone on to Music Assist for several workshops and under writers such as Justin Levine, Amanda Green, and Tom Kitt. In July 2022, Brooke was the Music Assistant for the world premiere of "Come Fall In Love" at The Old Globe in San Diego, CA.
On Broadway, Brooke worked on the music copywork for How to Dance in Ohio in the fall of 2023, and was the Music Assistant for The Outsiders in the spring of 2024.
In 2020, and 2021, Brooke was selected for the Maestra Mentorship Program to be mentored by Emily Grishman in music preparation (2020) and by Dena Tauriello in Broadway drumming (2021). Brooke is a member of ASCAP and Local 802.

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