Paris Myers

Bass Teacher

Paris Myers

SAA Member


Brighton, MA
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Paris Myers is a proud recipient of a Kovner Fellowship at The Juilliard School. After completing his Bachelors of Music in Double Bass Performance under the tutelage of Eugene Levinson, he is currently pursuing a Masters of Music in Double Bass Performance at The Juilliard School under the guidance of Timothy Cobb. 

Paris has maintained a studio in Manhattan for two years. He is a Music Advancement Program fellow at The Juilliard School where he is a peer mentor for their String Ensemble and Orchestra. He also was a Concert fellow at The Juilliard School, teaching fifth grade students at an elementary school in Manhattan about a concert series. 

Paris started on Suzuki bass with Dr. Dan Swaim at the age of seven. Paris has attended multiple festivals including National Repertory Orchestra and Pacific Music Festival. Currently in the finalist substitute pool for New World Symphony, he frequently subs with them, most recently in their 2017 performance of the Mendelssohn Symphony No. 4 and Strauss Don Quixote with Yo-Yo Ma and Michael Tilson Thomas. Paris was a semi-finalist in Indianapolis Symphony audition in 2018, Oregon Symphony Assistant Principal audition in 2018, and Kansas City Symphony Orchestra audition in 2017. Paris has also appeared as a guest artist with Jupiter Symphony Chamber Players, most recently performing Balakirev’s Octet.