One of the elite brass soloists in the world, ADAM FREY travels the globe sharing his talents as a performer and advocate for live music. Adam has soloed with orchestras the world over, including the world famous Boston Pops, Cheju Symphony Orchestra (South Korea), US Army Orchestra (Washington DC), Harvard Pops (MA), Fort Collins (CO), Indian Hill (MA), the Vaasa Symphony Orchestra (Finland), Atlanta Philharmonic (GA), Cascade (WA), Greensboro (NC), Clemson (SC), LaGrange (GA), Minot (ND), Bellevue Philharmonic (WA), and Northeastern (MA) Symphony Orchestras. He also performs regularly with wind bands and brass bands that have included Soli Brass in Holland, Point of Ayr in Wales, the National Youth Brass Band of Switzerland and wind bands from Singapore, Germany, Hong Kong, and the United States.
Adam has also been guest soloist at festivals around the globe, including four times at the Mid-West Band and Orchestra Clinic (USA), the WASBE Convention (Singapore), Melbourne International Festival of Brass (Australia), Trombonanza (Argentina), Carlos Gomez Festival (Brazil), Jeju International Wind Festival (South Korea), Asia Pacific Band Directors Conference (South Korea), Westby Low Brass Workshop (Norway), Peru Low Brass Festival (Peru), Colombia Festubal (Colombia), Tubmania (Thailand), and Orquesta Latinoamericana de Vientos (Colombia) to name a few.
A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Adam Frey received his musical training at the University of Georgia, the Royal Northern College of Music, and the University of Salford. As a major ambassador of the euphonium, Adam has more than one hundred and twenty works that have been composed or specifically arranged for him. Most are published by Euphonium.com Publications or Absolute Brass.com.
For 14 years, he has hosted the International Euphonium Tuba (IET) Festival at Emory University each June. This event hosts 80+ students and teachers from around the globe in a week of playing, learning, and inspiration. Participants range from high school students to graduate college students to adult amateurs and occurs in late June in Atlanta.
His website, www.euphonium.com, contains sound files, performance schedules, photos from his world travels, and his recordings and publications. Dr. Frey is Assistant Professor of Low Brass the University of North Georgia where he teaches trombone, euphonium, and tuba and directs the Brass Choir and the Low Brass Collective.
Adam Frey is a Yamaha Performing Artist and Guest Clinician
Adam Frey performed as a guest soloist in the Tri-County Symphonic Band's 56th Season Opener, October 22, 2017, “Giants, Cowboys and Patriots” concert.