Philip Dizack is emerging as an integral player of the worldwide jazz scene, fulfilling DownBeat Magazine’s 2007 proclamation “[one of twenty-five] Trumpet Players for the Future.” He has released three solo albums and has been featured on over thirty-five albums.
Dizack was mentored in the tradition through his time performing, touring and recording with Bobby Watson and Eddie Palmieri. He has since performed in over twenty-five countries and recorded alongside a wide array of musicians, including artists such as Shai Maestro, Thundercat, Kamasi Washington, and Robert Redford.
A native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Dizack moved to New York City in 2003 where he attended the Manhattan School of Music. He was named third place winner of the 2004 International Trumpet Guild Jazz Competition, winner of the John Coltrane Scholarship, and winner of the 2005 National Trumpet Competition. Dizack was also the youngest-ever winner of the Carmine Caruso Competition in 2005.
In 2019, alongside touring and performing, Philip was appointed assistant professor of jazz trumpet and coordinator of the jazz chamber music program at the University of North Texas.