Samuel Bobinski is an adventurous and versatile double bassist, teacher, arranger, and composer who thrives on collaboration and creating exciting live musical experiences across genres and styles, from classical music and jazz to rock, bluegrass, heavy metal, bossa nova, disco, and almost everything in between. Performance highlights include a double bass concerto performance at Rutgers University in 2012, performing with the Yale Philharmonia as principal bass under John Adams in 2014, premiering four new works at the Norfolk New Music Workshop in 2016, and performing on the main stage at MAGFest in 2016.
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Samuel Bobinski, double bassist
Sam performs in and arranges for a variety of ensembles, including Symphony By The Sea in Massachusetts and the Orchestre Jeux de Video in Montreal. He served as a Teaching Artist for workshops by the MusAid organization in Belize and El Salvador, and in the Music in Schools program at Yale University. He graduated from the Yale School of Music with a Master’s degree in 2015, and is currently an adjunct faculty member at Miss Porter’s School in Farmington, CT. In addition to his performance and teaching obligations, Sam is the assistant manager of the Yale Philharmonia Orchestra.