Ted Chubb began his career performing in his native Ohio with mid-west legends, organist Bobby Floyd and saxophonist Gene Walker. He received his MM from Rutgers University and studied with master trumpet teacher William “Prof.” Fielder.
From 2006-2011, he toured with the Tony Award-winning show “Jersey Boys”. Ted co-led the critically acclaimed quartet “New Tricks”, which released two recordings and toured throughout the U.S. He has performed with artists such as Wallace Roney, Christian McBride, Winard Harper, Don Braden, Melissa Walker, Bruce Williams, Billy Hart, Tia Fuller, Vincent Gardner, Dave Stryker, Josh Evans, Lenny White, Jerome Jennings, and Cecil Brooks III.
Ted served as JAZZ HOUSE KiDS’ Director of Music from 2012 -2015. Ted continues in his role as the Director of the JAZZ HOUSE Summer Workshop and Cultural Programming, overseeing the expansion of our flagship program to include students from across the nation and internationally. He also heads up our various music partnerships to ensure our students receive a rich and comprehensive musical experience. Ted resides in Jersey City with his wife Rachel.