Tim Cobb

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Timothy Cobb (b. March 28, 1964 in Albany, New York) is the current principal double bassist with the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center. He previously taught at the Peabody Institute of Music, and joined the Manhattan School of Music faculty in 1992. Cobb also currently teaches at SUNY Purchase, Lynn University, Rutgers University: Mason Gross School of the Arts, and is the current chair of the double-bass department at the Juilliard School For the 2011-2012 season, Cobb will be acting principal double bass of the New York Philharmonic.

Performance Career

A native of Albany, New York, Cobb began playing the bass at the age of seven, studying with his father David Cobb, and was playing professionally by thirteen. He attended the Curtis Institute of Music, where he was awarded the sole position available for bass in the year of his application to study with Roger Scott. In 1982 and 1983, Cobb was a member of the New York String Orchestra Seminar under Alexander Schneider. While at Curtis, Cobb substituted regularly in the Philadelphia Orchestra and in the fall of his senior year became a member of...
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