Mark Schubert

Lecturer in Trumpet
School of Music
One Bear Place #97408
Baylor University
Waco TX 76798-7408
E-Mail: Mark_Schubert@baylor.edu
Phone: (254) 710-1565
Fax: (254) 710-3574

Prior to joining the Baylor University faculty in 2011, MARK SCHUBERT was member of the Honolulu Symphony Orchestra for thirty-­‐three years and a founding member of the Honolulu Brass, a resident ensemble of Chamber Music Hawaii (CMH). While chairman of the CMH board he spearheaded the development of an extensive educational program, bringing chamber music and workshops to public and private schools throughout Hawaii. Mark also taught applied trumpet for eighteen years at the University of Hawaii. He has been a faculty member at the Brevard Music Festival and Institute in North Carolina since 1994.

Mark has performed with many orchestras including the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops, the Opera Company of Boston, the Filarmonica de las Americas (Mexico City), the Houston Symphony Orchestra and the Houston Grand Opera. In addition to soloing with organizations such as the Honolulu Symphony, the Brevard Music Festival, and Chamber Music Hawaii, Mark has taught and performed in master classes and clinics at colleges, universities and high schools in Japan, Mexico, Guam, Saipan, Samoa, Argentina, and throughout the United States. His recording activities include orchestral and chamber music recordings in Hawaii, Mexico, North Carolina and Texas, as well as television and film scores such as “Hawaii 5-­‐0”, “Lost”, “Pearl Harbor” and “Princess Kaiulani.”

Mark Graduated with honors from the New England Conservatory (BM) and Baylor University (MM). He attended Tanglewood on fellowship and is an alumnus of the Brevard Music Festival, where he was a concerto competition winner. His primary trumpet teachers include Armando Ghitalla, Wiff Rudd, Betty Scott, Ruth Still and Roger Thorstenberg, besides additional studies with Arnold Jacobs and Roger Voisin. Mark is a member of Baylor Brass, the Waco Symphony and is a Yamaha Artist/Clinician.