Thomas Van Dyck

Thomas Van Dyck Thomas is an active chamber and orchestral musician in the U.S. as well as abroad. He is a member of the conductor-less chamber orchestra ECCO (East Coast Chamber Orchestra) that tours internationally under Frank Solomon Management. A recipient of the Maurice Schwarz Prize at Tanglewood, Thomas has played chamber music at The Mostly Mozart Festival in New York City, People’s Symphony Concerts at New York City’s Town Hall, Carnegie Hall, the Boston Chamber Music society, Harvard University’s Houghton Library Chamber music series, The Union College Chamber Music Series, Bay Chamber Concerts in Rockport Maine, and The Morrison Chamber Music Series in San Francisco among others. He has collaborated with the Ying Quartet and the Lydian Quartets. A former member of the New World Symphony, he is currently a substitute with The Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the San Diego Symphony. In addition to enjoying a diverse performing career, Thomas is Artist Professor of Double Bass at the Longy Conservatory of Music in Cambridge Massachusetts and also enjoys doing outreach through Monadnock music in New Hampshire. Thomas lives in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.