Brooke Trumm is a composer, percussionist, and teaching artist residing in New York, New York.
She studied percussion with Nancy Durham and Dan Bukvich. Brooke has performed for rock bands, jazz choirs, orchestras, wind ensembles, dance accompaniment, percussion ensembles, musical theatre pits, and marching bands. Her performance credits include the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, conducting the University of Idaho Holiday Concert, musical director for The Secret of Life original musical, the 2018-19 season of the Portland Wind Symphony, drummer and rehearsal advisor to Trouble With Trebles vocal ensemble, and drummer for Missio Dei Community Church. Recent credits include drum kit for Torchsong Theater Company's original rock musical, "The Ripper" (Portland, OR), and cajon for "The Lady Power Project" song cycle at the Dixon Place (New York City).
Brooke has her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition from the University of Idaho, and her Masters in Musical Theatre Writing from New York University. She studied composition with Ruby Fulton, Dan Bukvich, Mel Marvin, and others. Her credits include original music for Classical Ballet Academy in Portland, Oregon, orchestrating and writing original musicals, and other client work. Most recently, she wrote for Rattlestick Playwrght Theatre's "Village Song," and Lincoln Center's "Broadway's Future Songbook" series. In 2020, Brooke was selected for the Maestra Mentorship Program to be mentored by Emily Grishman in copyist work. She currently teaches music theory classes at School for Strings in Manhattan.
Brooke is a member of ASCAP.