Todd Brunel

Masters of Music

Clarinet/Woodwind

Instrutor

Todd is a clarinetist, saxophonist, composer, producer, and educator who currently works in the Arlington Public Schools as an instrumental music teacher. He is a professor of clarinet and saxophone at Middlesex Community College and also affiliated with the Powers Music School in Belmont where he serves as the Jazz improvisation director summer faculty for MOTH, clarinet and saxophone teacher from 2001-2018, chamber music coach and outreach concert performing artist. Previously Todd was the Director of Music at the Heronfield Academy in Hampton Falls, NH, on the clarinet and saxophone faculty as an artist at Wheaton College, and worked on The American Experience: American Oz and The Battle of Chosin, Paul Robeson Here I stand, soundtrack musician, clarinet, bass clarinet at WGBH Boston. A sampling of Todd’s performances includes The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra, Spazio Teatro NO’HMA (Milan, Italy), with Eric Hofbauer Quintet in Brussels, at Clark University with The Eric Hofbauer Quintet and Sonic Explorers, Vortex Series for New and Improvised Music, Greater Boston Stage Company, Reagle Theater, Music At Eden’s Edge, Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra Salon Series Concerts, and Musaner, Music of Armenia Re-imagined. Todd is a graduate of Brooklyn College Conservatory, the Boston Conservatory and pursued additional graduate studies at Boston University and the Longy School of Music. You can learn more about Todd and listen to his music at www.clarinetconspiracy.com