Todd Lockwood has been a member of Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra since 2009. Prior to living in Florida, Todd was principal double bassist of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera. While in Tennessee he also served as instructor of double bass at the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. He also held a one-year position with the Colorado Symphony Orchestra, as well as performed with the Indianapolis Symphony. Todd began studying the bass in the Colorado public school system at age nine. He later studied privately with Robin Olschner. He earned a Bachelor of Music, with highest honors, under Paul Erhard at the University of Colorado, and completed a Master of Music and a Performer Diploma, under Bruce Bransby at Indiana University. He remains active as a music educator, maintaining a private studio and working with several youth orchestras throughout the country. He performs on a 19th century French bass, previously owned by Kenneth Harper.
Current Residence: Jacksonville FL
My primary instrument is: bass
I was born in: Wheatridge CO
I started playing in the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra in: 2007
When I am not at Cabrillo Festival, I engage with music this way: I play in the Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, and teach for the Coastal Youth Symphony of Georgia.