Musician Profile Search Results: “tuba”

Alan Baer

Alan Baer joined the New York Philharmonic on June 21, 2004, as Principal Tuba. He was formerly principal tuba with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Long Beach Symphony Orchestra, and Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. His other performing...

Antonio Underwood

Since leaving the Yale School of Music in 1987 as a Tuba Major (Classical), Antonio Underwood has been a member of the two-time Grammy Award winning McCoy Tyner Big Band, featuring such artists as: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Savion Glover, Diane...

Ben Jaffe

The son of Hall founders Allan and Sandra Jaffe, Ben was raised in and around Preservation Hall. Jaffe marched in his first Carnival parade at the age of nine alongside his father and parrain (godfather) Harold “Duke" Dejan. When he...

Benjamin Stapp

Tubist and composer, Ben Stapp, is on the forefront in New York’s creative music scene. With his debut CD release featuring Tony Malaby and Satoshi Takeishi, he has received a critic’s pic from the New York Times. All About Jazz...

Bert Slättung

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Bob Stewart

Bob Stewart is a freelance concert artist, educator, and studio musician. Mr. Stewart has received his Bachelor of Music Education degree from the Philadelphia College of the Performing Arts and his Masters in Education at Lehman College...

Brad Felt

For over 30 years, Brad Felt has been working to advance the role of both the Tuba and Euphonium as front-line improvising instruments in the idiom of modern jazz. As a product of the fertile Oakland University jazz program if the mid...

Charles Stewart

Currently leading The Crackerjack Jazz Band in the Valley of the Sun, Chuck worked with cornetist Bobby Hackett for two years on Cape Cod and has appeared with George Masso, Pee Wee Irwin, Johnny Mince, and Billy Butterfield. He also...

Dan Peck

Dan is a tubist, multi-instrumentalist, and creative artist currently living and working in New York City. Described as a “tuba maverick" by the Gothamist, Dan has been active since his move to New York as a soloist, improviser,...

David Ostwald

David Ostwald, AB’77, fell in love with the big brass tuba in sixth grade, when he lived in suburban Philadelphia. He was so enthralled with its sound that when his parents asked what he wanted for his bar mitzvah, he requested one. They...

Debellefontaine Fabien

Every kind of Saxophones, Sousaphone, Tuba, Clarinet, Flute ... Here is my story. Sent at 8 eight years to the neighbourhood music school, at saxophone due to a lack of staff in the city orchestra (i wanted to play the trumpet, by the...

Dorian L. Parreott II

The contemporary Tuba player must be well versed in several genres of music today. Dorian Parreott II has demonstrated this ability through his continuing Jazz, Dixie, Broadway, and Classical performances. Dorian has performed in the New...

Eli Newberger

After growing up in New York, Eli went to Yale, where he majored in music theory. Although already an accomplished tuba player, Eli wished to serve people directly, and in his sophomore year started taking premedical courses. Perhaps the...

Jake Pegg

I play tuba, elecric bass, and brazilian percussion. I'm not so hot on wagner, and for christ's sake don't call giant steps, but I am a real tuba/bass player, not someone who doubled down from trombone or guitar; I lay down nice, simple,...

Jim Self

Jim Self is a Los Angeles freelance musician, a veteran of over 1400 motion picture scores, hundreds of television shows and records, and is tuba soloist on many prominent movies. His tuba was the “Voice of the Mothership" in John...

John J. Palatucci

John Palatucci enjoys a career as a performing musician, conductor, clinician, an adjudicator and educator. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in music education and a Master of Arts degree in music performance from Montclair State College...

Joseph Daley

JOSEPH DALEY Musician/Composer/Educator specializing in new/contemporary music, jazz, and improvisation Studied at the Manhattan School of Music attaining a master’s degree in music education Received fellowships in music composition...

Kit Johnson

As a fifth grader at Myrtle Creek (Oregon) Elementary, Kit began his music career on trumpet. But by high school, he had stretched the band director's patience to the max, and he was convinced that switching to an instrument farther from...

Luca Corrado

Luca Corrado, Nato a Trento il 07 dicembre 1973 dopo vari anni di studio (??!??!? tanto per dire) suona Contrabbasso & Basso elettrico, Basso Tuba, Chitarra, Mandola e Mandolino, Tamburitza, flauto traverso...and many more. Ha collaborato...

Matthew Puralewski

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Mike Marois

I'm a nephew of Frank and Freddie Assunto and a grandson of Papa Jac Assunto. I've performed with Papa Jac at several venues in California and Louisiana. I Started my professional music career at the age of thirteen, and have performed...

Ralph Hepola

Ralph Hepola, Minneapolis & Saint Paul, Minnesota Principal Tubaist with Minnesota Opera at the Ordway - Minnesota's Premier Performing Arts Center Additional experience: Switzerland's Basel Symphony Orchestra; BME, Northwestern...

Richard Fox

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Rob Espino

Rob Espino began his interest in music at the age of 12 where he joined the local JR High band in Kingsville, TX and attended H. M. King High School where he studied under Mr. Fred Obert and Mr. Ronnie Rios of Alice, TX. Rob's professional...

Ron Caswell

Ron Caswell (tuba) Born a pauper in the municipality of Trenton, NJ, Ron Caswell escaped his cultural abyss to attend the Mannes College of Music. He's performed on tuba with The New York City Opera, New Jersey Symphony, Little Orchestra...

Tom Heasley

B>Composer, Tuba, Didjeridu, Voice, Electronics, Loops, Throat Singing The unique musical voice of Tom Heasley is heard internationally as composer, performer and recording artist. At live performances and in recordings, Heasley gathers...

Tommy Johnson

John Thomas Johnson, a first-chair studio musician in Hollywood for 50 years, Johnson played on thousands of recordings -- jingles, commercials, television shows like The Flintstones and feature films. His tuba can be heard on hundreds of...

William Roper

William Roper's professional experience ranges from the symphony stage to free improvisation groups. He has toured the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe with jazz and classical ensembles. His musicianship is represented on...
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