Isaac Bell is a highly motivated individual from Gastonia, NC who is driven by his commitment to music and its teachings. While earning his bachelor’s degree in music composition from Howard University, Isaac studied with Anthony Randolph, and Paul Schultz, while also performing with a variety of ensembles as a skilled bass trombonist. Since moving to Washington, D.C. Isaac hasperformed extensively throughout the Greater Washington Area at venues such as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Cramton Auditorium, The Ira Aldridge Theater, and DAR Constitution Hall. He is an accomplished songwriter, recording artist, and bandleader – having funded, recorded, and published two albums with his own band GWN (Group Without a Name). In addition to that, he is also a budding film scorer; you can hear some of his works in SaySo Films Entertainment documentary Don’t Hate Me. Although much of his time is devoted to educating, Isaac still finds time to perform, compose, and support DuPont Brass in any way he is able to. Isaac is member of the National Band Association, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, Inc.