Ronald Lipscomb received his early training at the Settlement Music School and later went on to study with Bernard Greenhouse at the Manhattan School of Music and with Pablo Casals at the Marlboro School of Music. He was the recipient of a Ford Foundation Grant and gave his debut recital at Alice Tully Hall. He has performed with the New York Philharmonic under the direction of Leonard Bernstein and Erich Leinsdorf, and with the American Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Leopold Stokowski. Mr. Lipscomb has appeared as soloist with the Symphony of the New World and he performs frequently as a recitalist. He is a faculty member of Drexel University and Eastern College.