Since the critically acclaimed world premiere performance of Lalo Schifrin’s Triple Concerto with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra in 2009, Brett Deubner has gone on to perform worldwide as viola soloist with more than 70 orchestras in 11 countries over 5 continents to unanimous approval for “the warmth and sparkling” quality of his playing. (Doblinger Press, Vienna)
A champion of new music, Deubner has received over 50 viola concertos dedicated to him and over 100 works for viola, and viola with piano or in chamber ensembles. Such important composers as Richard Danielpour, Lalo Schifrin, Andrea Morricone, and PARMA Artist Samuel Adler have composed for him.
In 2015 Deubner received the Certificate of Congressional Recognition for his “commitment to cultural and musical exchange.” For seven seasons he was the Artistic Director of the Music and More Concert Series in the New York Metropolitan area where he is currently on the string faculty of the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College in New York.