E. Scott Brubaker, horn
Scott Brubaker has been a member of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra since 1973, when he won his position at the age of 21. Mr. Brubaker has also developed a notable career as a soloist, chamber musician, and recording artist, performing throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia. In Japan he has made fifteen concert tours, seven as a featured soloist with the NY Symphonic Ensemble and the NY Philharmonia Virtuosi. Dedicated to enriching the repertoire for solo horn, and the public's awareness of the horn as a solo voice worthy of greater attention, Mr. Brubaker has commissioned, premiered, and recorded the works of outstanding American composers. Additionally, he has transcribed, published, and recorded several important major works. Mr. Brubaker has performed chamber music with the Marlboro Festival, the Emerson String Quartet, Speculum Musicae, Harmonie Ensemble, I Musici de Montreal, and the MET Chamber Series. A graduate of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Mr. Brubaker has taught on the faculties of the Brooklyn conservatory and Princeton University. His recordings may be found on the Chandos, Albany, Music & Arts, Well-Tempered, and Koch International labels.