Jamison Clark (trombone) has performed extensively across the United States and beyond. After twelve years on the road performing and providing master classes and clinics in 46 states, Canada, Bermuda, the Caribbean, Europe and Asia, Jamie settled in his native New England. While maintaining an active orchestral free-lance career, Jamie performs as Principal Trombone of both the Plymouth Philharmonic and the Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra. He also appears regularly with the Portland Symphony Orchestra, the Indian Hill Symphony Orchestra and ALEA III. Jamie attended Boston University on a full scholarship, studying with Scott Hartman. His extensive discography includes recordings of not only classical brass and orchestral repertoire, but Armenian folk music, educational demonstrations, and sacred, popular and patriotic music. He teaches trombone both privately and at Wheaton College, and is the director of the concert bands, orchestra and jazz bands at Trottier Middle School in Southborough, Massachusetts.