Brent Edmondson holds the position of Principal Double Bass of the Lancaster Symphony, Principal Double Bass of the Pennsylvania Philharmonic, and Section bassist with the Delaware Symphony. He has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Pittsburgh Symphony, Baltimore Symphony, Houston Symphony, Pennsylvania Ballet, Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, Philly Pops, and many other ensembles throughout the country. For the past four years, he has toured Asia and the United States with the Philadelphia Orchestra.

Beyond the bass, Brent enjoys working as a media composer, producer, editor, engraver and publisher. In 2019, he presented the Koussevitzky Bass Concerto as both soloist and arranger with the Lancaster Symphony. Brent was the co-founder of several summer programs for bass players, including Wabass Workshop, Elevation Double Bass Camp, and the Orchestral Bass Workshop.

Brent received his Masters degree from Boston University with Edwin Barker, principal bass of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.  His other teachers include Hal Robinson, principal bass of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Eric Larson of the Houston Symphony, Rob Kesselman of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and Ranaan Meyer of the trio Time for Three.