Nicholas Angiulo (b. 1965)
Nick Angiulo grew up on the Jersey Shore and has been playing the euphonium for over 30 years. Some of Nick's musical influences include Tuba maestro, John Stevens, who he studied under at the University of Miami; and acclaimed composer, Alfred Reed, who he played under in the University of Miami Wind Ensemble. While Nick decided to forego a career in music early in his college days, he has played continuously in numerous bands and ensembles since high school. Some of the bands throughout New Jersey that he has been a member of include the Monmouth University Concert and Jazz Bands, the Greater Shore Concert Band, the Georgian Court College Wind Ensemble, the Harry Hurley Big Band and several pit bands and brass quartets. Nick also played trombone for several years with two local Jersey Shore rock bands.
Nick is currently the principle euphonium for the Mercer County Symphonic Band and has been in that position for the past six years. Nick's passion has been composing and arranging music for many years and he has produced several fully scored concert band arrangements.
Nick and his wife Terri currently reside in Burlington County, New Jersey. Nick's "real world" job is as an attorney with the State of New Jersey.