E. Scott Brubaker

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E. Scott Brubaker

E. Scott Brubaker
Nationality American
Education Music
Occupation Musician
Employer Metropolitan Opera Orchestra
Home town Englewood, NJ
Known for French Horn

E. Scott Brubaker - After graduating from Dwight Morrow High School in 1969 [1], he won his current position with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra at the age of 21. He has also developed a notable career as a soloist and chamber musician. In addition to extensive recitals, including all of New York's major recital halls and live on the New York "classical" radio stations, he has performed at the Marlboro Festival, with the Emerson String Quartet, Speculum Muiscae, and the Harmonie Ensemble. As solo horn of the New York Symphonic Ensemble for several years, Mr. Brubaker toured Japan with that group as a featured concerto soloist, performing all of the Mozart Concertos. He has performed with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Symphony, Leningrad Philharmonic, I Musici de Montreal, Musica Sacra, and the Mostly Mozart Festival. Also dedicated to increasing the solo horn repertoire, Mr. Brubaker has commissioned a number of works and has written transcriptions which have been published by International Music Company. His premier recording of the Eric Ewazen Sonata for Horn and Piano (with the composer at the piano) has garnered much critical acclaim. Other solo recordings include releases by the Koch International, Well Tempered, Music and Arts, and Chandos labels. A graduate of Oberlin Conservatory, Mr. Brubaker has taught at Princeton University and Brooklyn Conservatory (CUNY). [2]


  1. Staff Member. "Gallery of Famous Graduates of DMHS". Fron Hall of HS. City of Englewood. 
  2. Staff Writer. "From the Hudson Valley". Friends who made this possible. Adam Abeshouse. http://www.margaretswinchoski.com/MS_FromtheHudsonValley.html. Retrieved 12/16/2014.