Brittany Frompovich is a highly regarded musician, clinician, and music educator who currently resides in the Northern Virginia region. She has performed and given clinics at Musicians Institute in LA, NAMM, Gerald Veasley’s Bass BootCamp, Adam Nitti’s Music Dojo, The Bass Coalition’s Summer Workshop, The Rappahannock Music Summer Camp, The RVA Girls Rock Camp, the Washington Music Bass Day Summit, The Virginia Bass Forum, and numerous other events. She has been featured as a clinician at bass community events alongside artists like Bryan Beller, Adam Nitti, David Dyson, Steve Jenkins, Anthony Wellington, Norm Stockton, Donovan Stokes, and Rufus Reid.
Jazz luminary Gerald Veasley introduced her to bassist Jimmy Haslip as “a beautiful player on both electric bass and double bass.” Her solo performances are unique, poignant, earthy, and highly creative. As a working bassist, she regularly does shows on double bass and electric bass covering a wide range of genres like orchestral music, rock, jazz, blues, and pit work for theater productions. She has shared the stage with Ron Holloway (Warren Haynes, Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi), Jason Everett (solo artist), Ashleigh Chevalier (solo artist and singer-songwriter), and Toby Fairchild (Keller Williams, James Moody, Erin Marienthal). As a solo bassist/solo artist she has opened for UK solo bassist Steve Lawson. She has also shared the stage with solo bassists Michael Dimin, Stewart McKinsey, Darren Michaels, Aaron Gibson, Edo Castro, Scott Varney, Scott Fernandes, Bill Clements, Trip Wamsley, and Kent Beatty.
Brittany also has a gift for community building. She combined that talent with her love for bass, leading her to create the Virginia Bass Forum. The Forum is an organization that hosts events to build bass community and assist bass players in the NoVa/DC/MD areas in improving their craft. Through the Forum, she has had the privilege of hosting major artists such as Stu Hamm, Bryan Beller, Adam Nitti, Michael Dimin, Kevin Walker, Steve Lawson, and Trip Wamsley.
Ms. Frompovich is passionate about music, music community, and the bass; she is always advancing her creative journey as a musician and as an educator.