Peter Rubins has performed in the top European concert halls and around the world. He has been a soloist at Carnegie Hall, and has played for many symphonic recordings, as well as for TV and radio commercials. Mega Musicals such as Cats and Les Miserables have taken him across the country, and his extensive history with the Pittsburgh Symphony goes back to 1986. He is a San Antonio Symphony member and teaches at The University of Texas at San Antonio. His major teachers have been Dale Clevenger, Forrest Standley, and Arthur Goldstein.
You can hear him in symphonic recordings on the labels of Sony Classical, Telarc, Exton, and New World Records. In addition, his freelance credits include ensembles such as the Chicago Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Ballet, Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble, Renaissance City Woodwind Quintet, Olmos Ensemble, and the Hemisphere Brass Quintet.
Mr. Rubins has held all four Horn positions within the section of the San Antonio Symphony and was the Principal Horn of the former San Antonio Opera. Additional long-term theater credits include the origination of the national tours of Miss Saigon, and The Phantom of the Opera. He has played for pop stars and local theater productions too numerous to mention.