Clarinetist Todd Brunel has distinguished himself as a critically acclaimed performer of diverse stylistic musical genres. He has premiered works by many composers including Vuk Kulenovich, Vache Sharafyan, Pamela Baskin-Watson, Johnny Reinhard, George 'Skip' Brunner, John Kusiak, Rick Sowash and John McDonald. He can be heard on several PBS documentaries and film sound tracks including Paul Robeson, Here I Stand, The Battle of Chosen, One Cut One Life, Dark On and the comedy, Uncle Nick, starring Brian Posehn. He has recorded with singer songwriter Andy Pratt, multi-instrumentalist and composer Lawrence 'Butch' Morris, pianist David Maxwell and is a recording artist for the PARMA Label. He is currently a member of several original music projects including Musaner (Armenian folk, jazz) The Eric Hofbauer Quintet, The Dylan Jack Quartet, The Sonic Explorers, the Circadian Rhythm Kings and is the bass clarinetist with the Claflin Hill Symphony. Todd Brunel is an endorsing artist and clinician with Conn-Selmer and is currently on the faculty of the Powers Music School in Belmont, Wheaton College in Norton, MA and the Brimmer and May School in Brookline. To find out more about Todd and hear his music visit him at www.clarinetconspiracy.com.