Mark D'Angelo a native of North Vancouver, holds a Master of Music Degree from McGill University in Montreal. In addition to his
studies in Montreal, Mark has studied across Canada, the United States, Europe, and Central America. As an accomplished Classical
musician, Mark has performed in concert with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the CBC Radio Orchestra, Thunder Bay Symphony, Vancouver
Island Symphony, American Brass Quintet, Aspen Festival Orchestra, and both the 2006 and 2007 National Youth Orchestras of Canada.
Mark has performed with Ben Hepner, Tony Award Winner Idena Menzel, Joshua Bell, and under conductors such as David Zinman, Jacques
Lacombe, Yaov Talmi, Alain Trudel, David Robertson, and Marin Alsop. In the summer of 2012 Mark was the recipient of a specialized
travel grant from the Canada Council and studied trumpet technique in Valencia, Spain. Performances have included the Vancouver Olympic
Games (2010), and the International Mariachi Festival in Guadalajara Mexico (2008-2010). In addition to classical music credits Mark
has had multiple radio, television, commercial, and movie performances worldwide. Mark has recorded with "Rita Chiarelli" and the
Thunder Bay Symphony, and on Hedley's Juno Nominated Double Platinum album "The Show Must GO" (Universal Music Canada). Mark is currently
the sessional Trumpet Instructor at Capilano University in the Music Transfer program, and plays on Stomvi brand instruments.