Bassist Clark Brown has been fortunate to perform and study with some of the world's best musicians. Mr. Brown recently relocated to the Bay Area from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania where he performed with a number of professional orchestras including the Pittsburgh Symphony as well as the Akron, Canton, and Youngstown symphonies. He was principal bass when he attended the Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo Japan where he worked with members of the Philadelphia Orchestra and Vienna Philharmonic and Osmo Vanska, music director of the Minnesota Orchestra.
Mr. Brown attended the University of Southern California as an undergraduate, Indiana University for his Master's and has studied orchestral performance at Carnegie Mellon University. In addition to his life as a classical bassist, Mr. Brown enjoys playing jazz and a variety of other genres on electric bass and keyboard and guitar. He has also sung with the Pittsburgh Symphony as a member of the Mendelssohn Choir. Besides music, Mr. Brown is passionate about exercise, cycling, reading, and cooking.