Raymond Stewart, Tuba
Stewart is principal tuba of the American Composers Orchestra and a
co-founding member of the internationally acclaimed Meridian Arts
Ensemble in New York City. He is also Assistant Professor of Music at
SUNY Fredonia College where he teaches the tuba studio and lectures in
World Music. He received his high school diploma from the Interlochen
Arts Academy, BM from the University of Miami School of Music, and MM
from the Manhattan School of Music.
Mr. Stewart has performed and/or recorded with numerous diverse musical
entities including the New York City Ballet, New York City Opera,
American Ballet Theatre, Broadway (STATE FAIR, CANDIDE), the
off-Broadway hit JUAN DARIEN, movie soundtracks (SPHERE, TWO FAMILY
HOUSE), TV jingle ads (AT&T, DUNKIN' DONUTS), the Walt Disney World
Company, DURAN DURAN, and has appeared at countless international music
festivals in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. At the age of 19, he was
the featured solo sousaphonist in the international touring company of
the Broadway musical BARNUM.
Mr. Stewart can be heard on the Channel Classics, CRI, Argo, and
Knitting Factory Works labels, among others. His principal teachers have included Toby Hanks and John Stevens.
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