Brad Hubbard

Saxophonist, Flutist, Chamber musician

Brad Hubbard has performed throughout the world in many diverse settings. In addition to performing as a solo recitalist, Brad is a member of 3rd Bell, a trio that combines jazz, world, and electronic music filtered through singer/songwriter mentality. He is also a member of David Sanford’s Pittsburgh Collective an innovative 20 piece big band. He commissioned and premiered Benjamin Boone’s "Concerto for Baritone Saxophone and Orchestra" as well as pieces from Sherwood Shaffer, Monica Ashton, Mark Taylor and Michael Bellar. He is also involved as a composer and performer with Composers Concordance in New York City. As a sideman Brad has appeared with a broad range of artist including Corey Glover of Living Colour, Nancy Wilson, Pinetop Perkins, Lew Tabackin, Lenny Pickett, Boots Randolph, Roy Clark, and The Monica Ashton Jazz Band, Brad was a member of the New Century Saxophone Quartet from 1988-2004, he appears on the first 6 NCSQ recordings. Brad is currently the Woodwind and Chamber Music Instructor at The Beacon Music Factory in Beacon NY, where he lives with his family.