Todd Seeber joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra in 1988. At the BSO he occupies the Eleanor L. and Levin H. Campbell chair.

Seeber was previously principal bass of the Buffalo Philharmonic and assistant principal bass of the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and the Handel & Haydn Society. He won first prize in the 1988 American String Teachers National Solo Competition and was a 1984 winner of the Boston University Concerto-Aria Competition.



B.M., Boston University. Studies with Henry Portnoi, Herman Jobelman. Fellow, Tanglewood Music Center.

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Recognition

  • Principal bass, Buffalo Philharmonic, 1986-88
  • First prize in the 1988 American String Teachers National Solo Competition
  • Winner of the Boston University Concerto-Aria Competition, 1984.

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