Prior to settling in Los Angeles, Beth Chouinard-Mitchell served as Principal Tubist with the Women’s Philharmonic Orchestra in San Francisco. She has performed with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, the Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Opera Pacific, Germany’s Eurobrass, the Orchesta Sinfonica de Monterrey in Nueva Leon, and has appeared as a guest soloist with the United States Army Band.
Additionally, Dr. Chouinard-Mitchell often tours throughout North America, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East. As an acclaimed soloist, Beth is a frequent performer of chamber music recitals, lectures, and masterclasses around the world.
She is the founder of Music Matters Global, an organization partnering with existing music programs dedicated to bringing music education and professional concerts to under-served and disadvantaged regions of the world.
Beth holds degrees in Tuba Performance from the Peabody Conservatory of Music of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
Currently, Dr. Chouinard-Mitchell serves on the faculties of Pasadena City College, Biola University, and is an International Performing Tuba Artist and Clinician for Eastman Winds.
What They Play
The EBC836 is a 6/4 size tuba inspired by the legendary York orchestral CC tuba. This large tuba is at home on stage with a symphony orchestra or concert band, in the pit of an opera or ballet orchestra, and is nimble enough to play in small chamber ensembles. The next generation 6/4 tuba has arrived!
- Key of CC
- 6/4 size tuba with 20" bell
- Four front-action stainless steel pistons through a semi-stepped bore
- Right thumb-operated 5th rotor valve (one flat whole step) through an .850" bore
- Exquisitely finished in either clear lacquer, silver-plate, or in raw brass
- Durable, hard-shell case with wheels
- Includes silver-plated S.E. Shires USA mouthpiece