Assistant Principal and Eb Clarinet
Zachary Stump is the Assistant Principal Clarinet of the Omaha Symphony. Prior to joining the Omaha Symphony, he was a member of the Columbus Indiana Philharmonic and the Ohio Valley Symphony. He has also performed with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the Louisville Orchestra, and the New World Symphony.
In 2017, Zachary was principal clarinet of the New York Symphonic Ensemble during their summer tour of Japan, performing in concerts and participating in educational outreach across the country. He has also participated in the Chautauqua and Miami summer music festivals. An active chamber musician, Zachary recently performed in the Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall with the contemporary music sextet, All of the Above. In summer of 2019, he performed at the International Clarinet Association’s annual convention with the clarinet quartet, Novacane.
A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Zachary began playing clarinet at the age of ten. He received his B.M. from the Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, and his M.M. from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. Principal teachers include James Campbell, Jonathan Gunn, Ralph Skiano, and Ron Aufmann.