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Mark Schubert is a Senior Lecturer in Trumpet at Baylor University. He was a 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. He taught for eighteen years at the University of Hawaii, and he has been an artist/faculty member at the Brevard Music Festival since 1994. Mr. Schubert graduated with honors from the New England Conservatory (BM) and Baylor University (MM). His primary teachers include Armando Ghitalla, Wiff Rudd, Betty Scott, Ruth Still, and Roger Thorstenberg, with additional studies with Arnold Jacobs and Roger Voisin. He has performed with organizations including the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Pops, the Opera Company of Boston, the Filarmonica de las Americas (Mexico City), the Houston Symphony Orchestra and the Houston Grand Opera. As a trumpet studio teacher at Baylor, Mr. Schubert also coordinates brass chamber music and chamber music outreach to the schools and community of greater Waco. He is a member of Baylor Brass, Waco Symphony Orchestra, and is a Yamaha Artist/Clinician.