Tim Carey is a Bassist, Composer, and Arranger from Seattle Washington. Since Tim started playing bass professionally in 2003 he has shared the stage with many local and international names in the world of music. Some highlights include; Jovino Santos-Neto, Dani and Debora Gurgel, Thiago Rabello, Eric Reed, Art Lande, Groove for Thought, Reptet, Samantha Boshnack, Jherek Bischoff, Owour Arunga, George Cables, Jay Thomas, Adam Rapa, the Brothers of Soul, and many more.
Most of the year, Tim is in Seattle WA where he teaches Jazz Theory at Cornish College of the Arts and directs and arranges for the jazz band at Holy Names Academy. He also teaches privately throughout the year, and stays busy as a composer with his groups Hardcoretet, and Septet of Darkness.
Tim has performed all over the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Thailand, Japan, and South Korea, given clinics and performances at dozens of Colleges and high schools around the country, and has been on faculty at Jazz Camp West, the National Guitar Workshop, Cornish Summer program, Alaska Summer Arts fest, as well other nationally recognized music education programs.