Las Vegas native, Brycen Ingersoll, is quickly becoming a rising star in the double bass world. At the age of 16, Mr. Ingersoll made his solo debut with the Las Vegas Philharmonic performing Sarasate’s Zigeunerweisen. As an orchestral player, he has performed as a substitute with some of the top American orchestras including the Nashville Symphony, Sewanee Symphony, the Cleveland Orchestra, the Firelands Symphony, and the Akron Symphony Orchestra.
A versatile artist, Mr. Ingersoll is equally fluent in a diverse range of genres and styles. During his time in Nashville he recorded with The Nashville String Machine, Chris Botti, David Foster, James Hannigan, and Jason Graves in many studios within the famous Music Row. Mr. Ingersoll received his Bachelors of Music from Vanderbilt University studying with Joel Reist and Edgar Meyer. He later received his Professional Studies Diploma from the Cleveland Institute of Music studying under Scott Dixon. He has additionally studied with Bruce Bransby, Eugene Levinson, and Jeremy Kurtz.
Mr. Ingersoll is currently the classical bass instructor for the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and is on the faculty of the Dr. Shirley Linzy Young Artists Orchestra of Las Vegas.