Scott Pemrick has been an active freelancer from Boston to the New York area, having appeared with such groups as Alea III, the Boston Civic symphony, the Springfield Symphony, the Albany Symphony, Saint Cecilia orchestra and the Berkshire opera orchestra. As a chamber musician, Mr. Pemrick was also a founding member of the Paramount brass, an award-winning brass quintet from the Boston area and a founding member of the Deerfield brass, a brass quintet which performed extensively in Western mass for over 10 years. In addition to his work as an adjunct faculty member at Mount Holyoke College, he is also the trombone professor at Smith College. Mr. Pemrick holds degrees from the Crane school of music in Potsdam, New York and the New England Conservatory in Boston, Massachusetts. He presently performs with the Pioneer Valley Symphony, Brass Attack of Springfield, and the Berkshire big band.