Brad McDougall has held the position of bass trombonist with the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra since 1999 and has also performed regionally with the Oak Ridge Symphony and Symphony of the Mountains. He is also a member of the Knoxville Jazz Orchestra and has performed with the Mel Lewis Jazz Orchestra (currently Vanguard Jazz Orchestra), Ed Palermo Big Band, Toshiko Akiyoshi Big Band, Doc Severinsen, Musica Sacra, Robert Shaw Chorale, the Ft. Lauderdale Symphony, Miami Beach Symphony, and Palm Beach Symphony. Originally from Rockford, Illinois, Brad received his performance degree from the University of Miami. His teachers include Charles Knight, Charles…More about Brad McDougall
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