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VELVET BROWN

Velvet Brown is professor of tuba and euphonium at the Pennsylvania State University. She is a member of the ITEA Board of Directors and has served as the secretary of the Executive Committee for the International Tuba and Euphonium Association (2001–2007). She is also a board member of the International Women's Brass Conference. She is noted for receiving the 1999–2000 William Fulbright Fellowship Vinciguerra Award. Currently the principal tubist of the Altoona Symphony Orchestra and the New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra, she has served as principal tuba with the River City Brass band, and as substitute or additional tubist with the Detroit Symphony, Saint Louis Symphony, San Francisco Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. She has released three solo CDs on the Crystal Records label, and a CD for the Nicolai Music Label. Velvet Brown can also be heard on Albany Records in her interpretation of John Williams’ Tuba Concerto. Velvet Brown is a Meinl Weston Performing Artist.


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