Zachary Stump is the second clarinet and Eb clarinet of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic, and holds the same positions with the Terre Haute Symphony Orchestra. He has also played with the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Kentucky Symphony Orchestra, and the New World Symphony Orchestra. He has been privileged to work with many great conductors including Michael Tilson Thomas and Carl St. Clair.
In 2017, Mr. Stump was principal clarinet of the New York Symphonic Ensemble during their annual summer tour of Japan, performing in concerts across the country. He has also participated in the Chautauqua and Miami summer music festivals.
Mr. Stump has maintained a private teaching studio in Cincinnati for several years. His students have been accepted into district honor band and have been awarded superior ratings at OMEA Solo and Ensemble competition. He also frequently works with the woodwind sections of local high schools for marching band and concert band.
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Mr. Stump began playing clarinet at the age of ten. He received a Bachelor of Music from the College Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and a Master of Music from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University. Principal teachers include James Campbell, Jonathan Gunn, and Ron Aufmann.