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Brittany Frompovich

Brittany Frompovich

Wonder Women

Brittany Frompovich is a highly regarded educator, clinician, blogger, and bassist who currently resides in the Washington DC/NOVA region. She has shared the stage with DC singer-songwriter Ashleigh Chevalier, Ron Holloway, Linwood Taylor, Robert Harsen, Michael Dimin, Edo Castro, and drummer Toby Fairchild (Keller Williams Band). She has opened for the Grammy-nominated Danielle Nicole Band, Soften The Glare, and UK solo bassist Steve Lawson. In 2019, she became the University of Mary Washington’s Adjunct Contrabass Instructor. In 2021, she was nominated for two Washington Area Music Awards; the Music Educator Wammie and a Best Rock Group/Best Blues Group Wammie (as part of The Ashleigh Chevalier Band). She has traveled across the United States as a clinician, teaching at locations such as Musicians Institute, Gerald Veasley’s Bass Boot Camp and Adam Nitti’s Music Dojo.

For more content from Brittany, check out her blog, her YouTube channel, and her Bandcamp site. She also offers handmade unisex music-themed jewelry through her Etsy store.

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Wonder Women: Ariane Cap
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Ariane Cap

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Ariane Cap. Ari is no stranger to No Treble readers, but her story is an inspiring one.

Wonder Women: Holly Montgomery
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Holly Montgomery

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Holly Montgomery. She has been active in the DC Music Scene since 2011 after moving to the east coast from Los Angeles.

Wonder Women: Joanna Smith
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Joanna Smith

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Joanna Smith. Joanna started her musical journey in the 2nd grade and has been at it ever since.

Wonder Women: Kirby Barber
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Kirby Barber

In this month’s installment of “Wonder Women; Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, we’re checking in with Kirby Barber. I first met Kirby at the Solo Bass Competition at NAMM, where she competed against an impressive lineup and came in second-place.

Wonder Women: Liza Carbe
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Liza Carbe

In this month’s episode of “Wonder Women - Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”, Brittany Frompovich checks in with Liza Carbe. Liza is a multi-faceted musician whose career includes composing for TV and film and extensive work as a touring musician.

Wonder Women: Mohini Dey
Wonder Women

Wonder Women: Mohini Dey

Welcome to No Treble’s new monthly feature, “Wonder Women: Stories from the Women Who Play Bass”. We’re kicking off Brittany Frompovich’s new series featuring the inspiring and fiery young powerhouse bassist, Mohini Dey.

Bryan Beller Wows Students at Virginia Bass Forum
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Bryan Beller Wows Students at Virginia Bass Forum

The Virginia Bass Forum saw the return of the multi-talented bassist Bryan Beller to Forte Music Studios in June. Participants who attended Bryan’s first Bass Forum clinic in August 2009 learned the value of being a versatile bass player. The Forum, now in its second year of events, is a monthly gathering for bassists featuring either bass clinics, performances, or...

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Bryan Beller, on the value of being versatile…

Fredericksburg Virginia is now hosting a monthly Bass Forum for bassists in the region. The Forum began in May 2009, and it has met four times now. Though the meetings started small, initially averaging about 15 people, participants are now commuting from both DC and Richmond to attend. In August, the Bass Forum was fortunate to host a clinic with...

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The Bass Forum: A new bass resource in Fredericksburg, Virginia

Bassists in Fredericksburg, Virginia have a new resource to help them expand their playing; the Bass Forum. This monthly event is designed to help bassists build community and to improve their craft. The Forum is a combination of clinics, performances, and open mic events. The Forum started in May 2009, and it has met three times over the summer. The...