The United States Army Band
The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra
Adam Ebert began the study of the clarinet at the age of 11 and later attended the Juilliard Pre-College Division in New York City as a scholarship student of Leon Russianoff. He continued his studies in New York City with the legendary teacher Kalmen Opperman while attending Columbia University. While living in New York City, he performed with such groups as the Brooklyn Philharmonic, Opera Orchestra of New York, the Manhattan Philharmonic and the Merrick Symphony. He also performed with the San Francisco Ballet while they were on tour in New York City. He won and accepted a position with the United States Navy Band of Washington, DC in 1996 and worked with them as their Assistant Principal Clarinetist for 10 yrs while also performing with the US Navy Band Woodwind Quintet. In addition, Mr. Ebert was a featured soloist on several programs. In 2006, he won a position with the United States Army Band at Fort Myer, VA and began serving with them in July of 2006. He has been the Assistant Principal Clarinetist with them for over 10 yrs and has also been featured both as a soloist and recitalist on numerous occasions. While living in the Northern VA area, he has performed with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, Alexandria Symphony, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra and on several studio performance engagements. He has also performed on three RCA recordings with the Kalmen Opperman clarinet choir featuring Richard Stoltzman as clarinet soloist. In addition, he recorded the entire volume of Kalmen Opperman’s “Intermediate Velocity Studies for Clarinet” included as a CD with the book, published by Carl Fisher, Inc.
As an educator, Mr. Ebert has taught and given master classes at the New England Conservatory and The Boston Conservatory. He has also taught as a private instructor in the Northern VA area and has former students that are currently enrolled at the Eastman School of Music and the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University.