Dr. Otto Gomez
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May 30, 2011
Joe Elmo left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Dr. Otto Yes its been much to long..I will call you sometime this evening.. I have been writing... also I was asked to join the choir at St. Andrews in Clifton, N.J. by Father Richard Rusconi and have written 5 pieces in the church honor his kind…"
May 18, 2011
Lucianna Francesca left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Thank You For Your Lovely Comment Otto...   Blessings, Lucianna"
May 18, 2011
EDSON LUIZ KRUG left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"      HI MISTER OTTO, NICE TO MEET YOU. IN BRAZIL WE LKOVE ALL FREEDOM MUSIC, ALL JAZZ STYLES. BUT, IN SOUTH AMERICA IS NOT LIKE USA JAZZ FM STATIONS...24 HOURS BEAT JAZZ,,,NO, IN BRAZIL ONLY WEEKLY JAZZ RADFIO SHOW. I KNOW…"
May 18, 2011
Dr. Otto Gomez left a comment for Lucianna Francesca
"Hello Lucianna !!! Thank you for your friendship. I hope that you will be successfull in all that you do.  May God Bless You and Keep You Always.  Dr. Otto"
Feb 6, 2011
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Jul 27, 2009
Bruce C left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Doc ...I truly appreciae your comments and feedback...and really appreciate the tone you get on your MF horn with that shallow mouthpiece...really great chops....yes the horn pictured is a 1917 Boston made Vega Chas E. George model horn in excellent…"
Mar 5, 2009
Bruce C left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Doc ...I truly appreciate your comments and feedback...and really appreciate the tone you get on your MF horn with that shallow mouthpiece...really great chops....yes the horn pictured is a 1917 Boston made Vega Chas E. George model horn in…"
Mar 5, 2009
Dr. Otto Gomez left a comment for Bruce C
"Hey Bruce !!! Of course I will add you as my friend. To answer your question, I play on the original MF Horn made back in the late 70's. It's a 0.468 Bore from the lead pipe to the bell. I play on a Warburton 5s with a b-5 backbore which…"
Feb 28, 2009
Bruce C left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Say Hey Doc....nice page and accutriments to accessorize your pad here...nice chops too...what kind of horns do you play...and what do you use for mouthpieces,...sounds great...a sweet dark and fat sounding tone....is it a large bore horn,,all my…"
Feb 28, 2009
Gary Harris left a comment for Dr. Otto Gomez
"Thanks for taking the time to check out my music. I enjoyed your musical style as well. Keep the music alive in all that you do."
Feb 27, 2009
Dr. Otto Gomez left a comment for Lua Hadar
"Hello Lua !!! I will get back with you sometime next month. I'm presently working on a recording project. God Bless. Dr. Otto"
Feb 23, 2009

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Where are you located?
Central Florida
What is your affiliation to the Jazz World?
Musical Artist, Producer, Publicist, Record Label, Clinician, Music Director, Arranger, Composer, Business Manager, Production Coordinator, Author, Freelance Writer
Tell us a little about your background...
Dr. Otto Gomez already well known in Orlando, is a member of the jazzinorlando.com community. As an accomplished musician, Dr. Otto is also a producer and arranger. His complex arrangements clearly standout and rise above the norm. His knack for teaching musicians, elementary and advanced, has always been a highlight of his ongoing career. The formulation of the colors of music and the correct execution of the same, is what separates him from the rest. Dr. Otto earned his Masters in Music Arranging and Composition at Brooklyn College, before going on to earn a Doctorate in arranging and composition from The Manhattan Conservatory of Music. His musical experience is equally impressive with many performances as a studio musician for CBS where he worked with Donnie Hathaway, Latimore Brown and Roberta Flack. His has also toured with Stevie Wonder and Harold Melvin & the Bluenotes: Composed, conducted and produced the soundtrack to the Daytona spring break movie Girls, Girls, Girls; produced award winning radio commercials, as well as presiding over many recordings and Musical Productions. With his band now established, his attention to detail, flair for Arranging, and consideration for his audience, Dr. Otto continues to transform listeners into fans.
How did you hear about the Jazz Network? Please give full name of contact
Wloq 103.1
What Instrument do you play?
Piano, Drums, Percussion, Trumpet
What is your website address? Only websites that pertain to your business and how you can be contacted.
http://www.drottogomez.com

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At 2:58pm on March 10, 2011, EDSON LUIZ KRUG said…
      HI MISTER OTTO, NICE TO MEET YOU. IN BRAZIL WE LKOVE ALL FREEDOM MUSIC, ALL JAZZ STYLES. BUT, IN SOUTH AMERICA IS NOT LIKE USA JAZZ FM STATIONS...24 HOURS BEAT JAZZ,,,NO, IN BRAZIL ONLY WEEKLY JAZZ RADFIO SHOW. I KNOW THAT BECAUSE I HAVE TWO HOURS WEEK TO INTRODUCE JAZZ, EVERY MONDAY TO 21.00 AT WWW.RADIOLESTE345FM.COM.BR   THIS SITE IS UNDER RE-PAGE RIGHT NOW  . DR. OTTO, I WRITE THIS MESSAGE IN HOPE GET CD-PROMOTE TO PLAY AT STATION. MY FIRST DESIRE IS TRY DIVULGE IN BRAZIL MORE SWING AND GROOVE MUSIC. THINK ABOUT. REGARDS FROM BRAZIL EDSON L, K,
At 10:00am on February 7, 2011, Lucianna Francesca said…

Thank You For Your Lovely Comment Otto...

 

Blessings,

Lucianna

At 12:37pm on March 25, 2010, Joe Elmo said…
Dr. Otto

Yes its been much to long..I will call you sometime this evening..
I have been writing... also I was asked to join the choir at St. Andrews in Clifton, N.J. by Father Richard Rusconi and have written 5 pieces in the church honor his kind request...

Joe
At 1:24pm on September 21, 2009, Yanaiki Rylin said…

I just had to paint your energy!
Hope you dont mind? Love your music.
/ Yanaiki, Swedish music painter
www.yanaikistudio.com
At 10:32pm on June 6, 2009, Barbara said…
Hi Otto thank you for getting back to me you are a very busy man and I wish you all the best for your CD. Then I'll buy it!!! So wish I could scat like you play the horn but I'm workin on it. Having a go just put a demo on my page of All Blues which I just love that tune. God bless love and respect to you and yours BJ
At 3:53am on April 15, 2009, Barbara said…
Hi Otto just dropped in from New Zealand to listen to your wonderful playing. So inspiring wonderful arrangements, I love latin, great chops. I wish you all the best for the year. Regards Barb
At 6:59am on March 4, 2009, Kari Gaffney said…
Are you promoting your music to radio??

Kari Gaffney
kari@karigaffney.com
www.karigaffney.com
706.294.9996
At 9:05am on March 1, 2009, Bruce C said…
Doc ...I truly appreciate your comments and feedback...and really appreciate the tone you get on your MF horn with that shallow mouthpiece...really great chops....yes the horn pictured is a 1917 Boston made Vega Chas E. George model horn in excellent condition and very playable...the reciever is the same size as a fluglehorn shank...typical of some earier trumpets, and it is fun to play too. i love the vintage horns...each one has its own character, and effects for style..I've got several if you're intersted for a list...the most amazing find of mine in the last 6 years is a failrly common..though not always in good condition Chicago made Frank Holton "New Proportions" cornet...preferrably the Couturier Model (Eduard Couturier) or the "Clarke" model, named for Herbert Clarke, Sousa's lead cornetist.
When cleaned and restored...with either a trumpet lead pipe or cornet lead pipe, and different mouthpieces you can sound like a "flumpet" or almost anything you want...they were made between 1913 and the mid 1920's withh either shepards crook or straight bell bow.
I've got a wonderful clean rare edition of the Clarke model for sale with ten, interchangeable tuning sides...to play in C high and low pitch, Bb high and low pitch and A high and low pitch...i've not seen anoher one like that yet...
All my best to you always, keep up your beautiful works, hope to see you live someday, great works...always b
At 9:04am on March 1, 2009, Bruce C said…
Doc ...I truly appreciae your comments and feedback...and really appreciate the tone you get on your MF horn with that shallow mouthpiece...really great chops....yes the horn pictured is a 1917 Boston made Vega Chas E. George model horn in excellent condition and very playable...the reciever is the same size as a fluglehorn shank...typical of some earier trumpets, and it is fun to play too. i love the vintage horns...each one has its own character, and effects for style..I've got several if you're intersted for a list...the most amazing find of mine in the last 6 years is a failrly common..though not always in good condition Chicago made Frank Holton "New Proportions" cornet...preferrably the Couturier Model (Eduard Couturier) or the "Clarke" model, named for Herbert Clarke, Sousa's lead cornetist.
When cleaned and restored...with either a trumpet lead pipe or cornet lead pipe, and different mouthpieces you can sound like a "flumpet" or almost anything you want...they were made between 1913 and the mid 1920's withh either shepards crook or straight bell bow.
I've got a wonderful clean rare edition of the Clarke model for sale with ten, interchangeable tuning sides...to play in C high and low pitch, Bb high and low pitch and A high and low pitch...i've not seen anoher one like that yet...
All my best to you always, keep up your beautiful works, hope to see you live someday, great works...always b
At 10:17am on February 28, 2009, Bruce C said…

Say Hey Doc....nice page and accutriments to accessorize your pad here...nice chops too...what kind of horns do you play...and what do you use for mouthpieces,...sounds great...a sweet dark and fat sounding tone....is it a large bore horn,,all my best to you and all those in your life...always b
At 12:03am on February 27, 2009, Gary Harris said…
Thanks for taking the time to check out my music. I enjoyed your musical style as well. Keep the music alive in all that you do.
At 11:03am on February 23, 2009, Lua Hadar said…
Hi, Otto, please excuse the delay in my response to your lovely comment. So glad you like my voice. I am honored. Writing a song with you would be amazing. I'm just starting out on that road, and have written lyrics for one song which was then set to music and recorded. More recently both lyrics and music came to me on another song. I find my voice wants to speak to youth; I, too, am a teacher. All my best, Lua
At 12:03pm on February 21, 2009, Wayne Cobham said…
The Doctors In The House!! Hello Doc! Actually I play a Marcinkiewicz 7PD/7E It's close to a Bach 7E /10 1/2E. How about you? I'm currently playing 4 chair with a 21 piece big band and I love it. When I joined they wanted me to play 1st chair and I declined. I felt I wanted to play more counter parts to the lead player as well as harmonies and a few solos. I'm the only African American in the band and the last to join, so of course there was the usual "can he play" head trips that were going on in the section. The person playing 1st chair is a devoted Maynard Ferguson fan. In his eyes there is no one better ever. We've had some discussions are Cat Anderson, Victor Paz,Snooky Young, etc. But thats ok. The 1st gig we had the opportunity for the section to trade solos came about. The 3rd seat player tries very hard to play in a "Bop" style when soloing, but has phrasing issues and is working on placement of his notes. The 2nd player is a gem I love him and older guy with great chops and personality. Anyway the way things went in our solo fest was great because we went straight down the line a few times, 1st 2nd,3rd, 4th, and repeated this a few times. I felt this was my moment to let them know "What's up" so when I took my second turn to play I knew that Mr.Maynard was to follow, so I started middle staff and blew a few high d's and g's. His eyes lit up and proceeded to take the bait and got very stratospheric. My next turn i flipped to Flugel to show some tone, and the last time through back on trumpet with someflexibility stuff. Immediately after the song I heard Mr Lead say to another player " he's ok but he's playing a jet tone mouth piece" Ha Ha No respect. I did show him my mouthpiece. it shut him up for a minute only.LOL
At 8:56am on February 21, 2009, Dr. Otto Gomez said…
Hey Maurice !!! It's going great. I just did a gig last night for the World Medical Society. I'm getting ready to teach a Master's Class at Bethune Cookman College. Skip told me to tell you hello. I'll give you a call later. God Bless.
Dr. Otto
At 8:51am on February 21, 2009, Maurice Johnson said…
Hey Doc,
How's it going?

Maurice
At 10:48am on February 11, 2009, Joani Taylor said…
Doctor you just made me feel a lot better. Thanks!
At 7:40am on February 7, 2009, Celia Mur´s Page said…
Hello Dr. Otto.-
thanks very much for your compliments,. i can see you are so great musician, love and peace! salud!!
At 10:25pm on February 5, 2009, Maurice Johnson said…
Dr. Otto,
What's up these days?

Maurice
At 8:22pm on January 20, 2009, Luiz Santos said…
Hey Otto,
Check out my new album. Let me know what you think!
Shalom,
Luiz
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At 12:36am on January 14, 2009, Keahi Conjugacion said…
Aloha Dr. Otto,

Just stopping in to share some aloha and to listen to your wonderful music:)))

~Keahi~
 
 
 

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