Beth Mitchell

Before settling in Los Angeles, Beth Chouinard-Mitchell was principal tubist with the Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra in San Francisco, and the Orchesta Sinfonica de Monterrey in Nueva Leon, Mexico. She has played with the Balti - more Symphony Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Opera Pacific, Germany’s Eurobrass, has appeared as a guest soloist with the United States Army Band, and has toured frequently throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. Ms. Mitchell enjoys an active freelance career in Los Angeles. She subs with the local Los Angeles Orchestras, plays in the film studios, is a member of the Disneyland Band, has worked with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Orange County Philharmonic Society, the Los Angeles Zipper Orchestra, and many other arts groups giving concerts, masterclasses and numerous solo and chamber recitals in southern California. Beth is an acclaimed international solo recital artist. She regularly gives solo performances, plays chamber recitals, lectures, and teaches masterclasses around the world. Beth has degrees in Tuba Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Music of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and The University of South - ern California in Los Angeles. She is currently working on a Doctorate at U.S.C. in Tuba, Musicology, Conducting, and Arts Leadership. Her principal teachers have been David Fedderly, Tommy Johnson, Jim Self, and Roger Bobo. She is on the faculties of Pasadena City College, and Biola University. Addition - ally, Ms. Mitchell is an International Performing Tuba Artist and Clinician for Eastman Winds and is a Wessex Cimbasso Artist.

Beth Mitchell

Before settling in Los Angeles, Beth Chouinard-Mitchell was principal tubist with the Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra in San Francisco, and the Orchesta Sinfonica de Mon - terrey in Nueva Leon, Mexico. She has played with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Opera Pacific, Germany’s Eurobrass, has appeared as a guest soloist with the United States Army Band, and has toured frequently throughout the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. Ms. Mitchell enjoys an active freelance career in Los Angeles. She subs with the local Los Angeles Orchestras, plays in the film studios, is a member of the Disneyland Band, has worked with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and Orange County Philharmonic Society, the Los Angeles Zipper Orchestra, and many other arts groups giving concerts, masterclasses and numerous solo and chamber recitals in south - ern California. Beth is an acclaimed international solo recital artist. She regularly gives solo performances, plays chamber recitals, lectures, and teaches masterclasses around the world. Beth has degrees in Tuba Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Music of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and The Uni - versity of Southern California in Los Angeles. She is currently working on a Doctorate at U.S.C. in Tuba, Musicology, Conducting, and Arts Leadership. Her principal teachers have been David Fedderly, Tommy Johnson, Jim Self, and Roger Bobo. She is on the faculties of Pasadena City Col - lege, and Biola University. Additionally, Ms. Mitchell is an International Performing Tuba Artist and Clinician for Eastman Winds and is a Wessex Cimbasso Artist.