Doug Gately

University of Mary Washington, Doug Gately Trio & Quartet

Quick Facts:

Nationality: USA
Artist Since:2014
Influences:Hubert Laws | James Galway | Monty Alexander
Mac or PC:PC
iPhone or Android:Android
Facebook or Twitter:Facebook
Satellite or Cable:Cable
Favorite Food:Italian
Favorite Drink:Water
Favorite Car:Mercedes Benz
Favorite Composition:Nuages by Django Rheinhardt
Favorite Orchestra:National Symphony Orchestra
Favorite Big Band:Airmen of Note
Favorite Performance Venue:Teatro Colon, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Favorite Hobby:Tennis and Martial Arts
Favorite Hotel:Marriott


Doug is the Director of Jazz Studies at the University of Mary Washington. He is the conductor and director of the UMW Jazz Ensemble, Concert Band, Flute Ensemble and various Chamber Groups. In addition to directing various ensembles, he is the principle instructor of applied studies in flute, clarinet, saxophone, and jazz piano.  As a multi-instrumentalist, specializing in woodwinds, Doug works within various jazz and classical settings; presenting  master class clinics, solo appearances, chamber, orchestral, and jazz concert performances.  He has toured and performed throughout the United States, Canada, South America, and Europe.  Credits include performances with Doc Severinsen, Arturo Sandoval, Dizzy Gillespie, Henry Mancini, Natalie Cole, Aretha Franklin, Tony Bennett, Nancy Wilson, Manhattan Transfer, the Temptations, Mathew Morrison (Glee), Seth McFarlane, Michael Feinstein, and the National Symphony Orchestra.  Doug was also a former member of the U.S Air Force's Premier Jazz Ensemble, the Airmen of Note.  Doug is also an active jazz pianist, composer and arranger and leads his own Trio and Quartet.  He is currently an Artist/Clinician for MITP (Music in the Parks). His latest album, E & S. is available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, CD Baby and