1. Jack Adler-McKean

    Jack Adler-McKean

    Originally from Brighton on the south coast of England, Jack studied at undergraduate level in Manchester, graduating with a first class honours degree in Music fr

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  2. Michael Albaugh

    Michael Albaugh

    Dr. Michael Albaugh, recently served as the Director of Music at Interlochen center for the Arts. Serving in this role from 2001 to 2008, he oversaw all musical and educational

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  3. Adrienne Albert

    Adrienne Albert

    Award-winning composer Adrienne Albert (ASCAP) has had her chamber, choral, vocal, orchestral, and wind band works performed throughout the U.S., Canada...

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  4. Joseph Ardovino

    Joseph Ardovino

    Joseph P. Ardovino is the Director of Bands and Professor of Music at the University of Montevallo where he has taught since 1991. Dr. Ardovino’s responsibilities at the Unive

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  5. Lori Ardovino

    Lori Ardovino

    Lori Ardovino is Professor of Clarinet and Saxophone at the University of Montevallo. She is clarinetist with the Magnolia Trio and the Lebaron Trio and alto saxophonist

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  6. Jeff Baker

    Jeff Baker is the Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Dr. Baker is the Principal Tuba/Cimbasso for the Dallas Opera Orchestra.

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  7. Brian Balmages

    Brian Balmages

    Brian Balmages (b. 1975) is an active composer, conductor, producer, and performer. His fresh compositional ideas have resulted in a high demand for his wind, brass, and orchestral

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  8. Diane Barger

    Diane Barger

    Dr. Diane Barger is Hixson-Lied Professor of Clarinet at the University of Nebraska School of Music and a member of the Moran Woodwind Quintet. She currently serves as pr

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  9. Robert Benton

    Robert Benton

    Robert Benton, a compelling performer among many in the emerging generation of euphoniumists, is currently completing his Doctorate of Musical Arts in euphonium performanc

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  10. Charles Booker

    Charles Booker

    Charles L. Booker, Jr., (b. 1952) is a retired U.S. Army Bandmaster, and former Associate Professor at the University of Arkansas - Fort Smith where he served as...

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  11. Cornelius Boots

    Cornelius Boots

    Cornelius Shinzen Boots is an award-winning composer and performs internationally. He is a bass clarinet performance specialist, a Zen shakuhachi and Taimu

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  12. Zachary Bramble

    Zachary Bramble

    Zachary James Bramble is an American composer and pianist. Zachary began playing the piano at the age of five and started arranging music shortl

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  13. Justin Brinkman

    Justin Brinkman

    Justin Brinkman, (b.1981) is the Director of Bands at Elmwood Local Schools, Bloomdale, Ohio, where he directs concert, jazz, and marching ensembles, grades 5-12. He is a 2006 graduate of

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  14. Velvet Brown

    Velvet Brown

    Velvet Brown enjoys a professional career as an international soloist and chamber ensemble performer, recording artist, conductor, and orchestral player. She has m

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  15. Sergio Brusco

    Sergio Brusco

    Sergio Brusca has completed his musical studies (clarinet with Luigi Neroni and wind band orchestration with Gianfilippo Pocorobba) at the Frosinone Conservatoire.

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  16. Michael Burns

    Michael Burns

    Michael Burns is Professor of bassoon at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and is a Yamaha Performing Artist. He has recorded for the Centaur, CAP, Telarc, EMI

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  17. Joseph Caldarise

    Joseph Caldarise

    Joseph Caldarise (b. 1991) is a composer, arranger, orchestrator, conductor, and teacher. He began studying music at age 7 with the piano

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  18. Lon Chaffin

    Lon Chaffin

    Lon Chaffin is an educator, administrator, lecturer, and graphic designer, as well as an award-winning composer and author. He has served as a college choral director, vo

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  19. Ross Cohen

    Ross Cohen

    Ross Cohen joined the River City Brass Band baritone section in 2007. Originally from Silver Spring, MD, Ross holds a BS in Music Education from Penn State University and an MM

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  20. Mike D'Ambrosio

    Mike D'Ambrosio

    Mike D'Ambrosio is Associate Professor of Theory and Composition at Murray State University in Kentucky and has been there since fall 2008.

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  21. Steven Darling

    Steven Darling

    Steve Darling (b. 1989) is a native of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At 24, Darling has received accolades as a composer and musician. At the 2014 International Tuba Euphonium

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  22. James David

    James David

    James M. David (b. 1978) is assistant professor of composition and music theory at Colorado State University. His music has been hailed as "deserving of inclusion in

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  23. Andrew DeBoer

    Andrew DeBoer

    Andrew DeBoer is an active musician and teacher in the Phoenix area. He regularly substitutes with the Arizona Opera and has played with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra

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  24. Fernando Deddos

    Fernando Deddos

    Euphonium soloist and composer, Fernando Deddos was born in 1983 in União da Vitória – Paraná State and Porto União – Santa Catarina State, a connected city in Brazil.

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  25. Thomas Dempster

    Thomas Dempster

    Thomas Dempster is a composer writing predominantly chamber, electroacoustic, and multimedia works. With over 70 completed works to his name, his output ranges from solo

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  26. Nick DiBerardino

    Nick DiBerardino

    Nick DiBerardino (b. 1989), hailed as a “bright young star” and a “first-rate talent” by the Portland Press Herald, is a composer of concert music, electronic music, and film music.

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  27. Luciano Feliciani

    Luciano Feliciani

    Luciano Feliciani is an Italian composer and conductor born in 1973. He began the study of music at a young age and obtained a Diploma for Trumpet

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  28. Derek Fenstermacher

    Derek Fenstermacher

    Derek Fenstermacher is currently principal tubist with the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, and on faculty at the Bard College Conservatory

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  29. Fabrizio Fontanot

    Fabrizio Fontanot

    Fontanot Fabrizio was born in Trieste (Italy) in 1962, and is a music teacher. He took the diploma in Trumpet at Conservatorio J.Tomadini in Udine, the diploma in Composition

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  30. Michael Forbes

    Michael Forbes

    An artist of widely diverse musical talents, Mike Forbes has set forth on a career encompassing all aspects of performing, teaching, composing, and conducting. He can be heard on his

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  31. Josh Gardner

    Josh Gardner

    Joshua Gardner is the clarinet instructor at Glendale Community College. With a strong interest in pedagogical research, Gardner is currently collaborating with the Vocal Tract

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  32. Crawford Gates

    Crawford Gates

    Crawford Gates was born in San Francisco, California on 29 December 1921 to Gilbert Marion Gates and Leila Adair Gates. He graduated from Palo Alto High School in 1938

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  33. Nathan Gay

    Nathan Gay

    Nathan Gay is currently the Athletic Band Director and Assistant Professor of Low Brass at Emporia State University. He is one of the new young forces in euphon

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  34. Patrick Geren

    Patrick Geren

    Patrick Geren (b.1988, Georgia) holds a Bachelors in Music Education, with an additional emphasis in Euphonium Performance, from Illinois State University

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  35. David Gluck

    David Gluck

    As the drummer and a composer/arranger of the internationally renowned Rhythm & Brass and formerly of The Dallas Brass, David Gluck has been critically...

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  36. Alice Gomez

    Alice Gomez

    Alice Gomez has served as Composer?In-Residence with the award winning San Antonio Symphony, the Midland-Odessa Symphony, the Performing Arts Center of Gallup,

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  37. Todd Goodman

    Todd Goodman

    Todd Goodman has been described as “one of America’s promising young composers.” His work has been played by principal members of the Chicago, Pittsburgh,

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  38. Arthur Gottschalk

    Arthur Gottschalk

    Arthur Gottschalk was born in California, but raised in the Northeastern United States. He attended the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor as a student in the Honors College

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  39. James Grant

    James Grant

    For three decades, James Grant has been commissioned by individuals, choruses, chamber ensembles and orchestras who have performed his music throughout

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  40. Donald Grantham

    Donald Grantham

    Composer Donald Grantham is the recipient of numerous awards and prizes in composition, including the Prix Lili Boulanger, the Nissim/ASCAP Orchestral Composition Priz

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  41. Alejandro Guardia

    Alejandro Guardia

    Alejandro Guardia, Jr. has been performing, educating, and composing for almost 2 decades now. His musical background started at the age of 11 when he was introdu

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  42. John Hadden

    John Hadden

    John Hadden has produced pieces that center around his main instrument: the tuba. In addition to Quirks, recent works include A Simple Serenade for either tuba or euphonium,

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  43. Ryan Haines

    Ryan Haines

    Ryan Haines is a trombonist, composer, clinician, and brass teacher who recently moved to Phoenix, Arizona. He is currently a Faculty Associate at Arizona State University

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  44. Paul Hanmer

    Paul Hanmer

    Paul Hanmer (born 1961, Cape Town) is a South African composer, pianist and one of its foremost jazz musicians. In 1987 Hanmer moved to Johannesburg

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  45. Reed Hanna

    Reed Hanna

    American bassoonist and composer Reed A. Hanna has a growing catalog of works for various ensemble mediums including wind band, woodwind and brass qui

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  46. Jon Hansen

    Jon Hansen

    Jon Hansen is a tubist, composer, and arranger based in Seattle, Washington (USA), where he is pursuing a Master's degree at the University of

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  47. Steve Hanusofki

    Steve Hanusofki

    Steve Hanusofski has been the Associate Principal, E flat and Bass Clarinet of the Phoenix Symphony since 1986. A native of Miami, Steve holds a Bachelor of Music

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  48. Ben Hase

    Ben Hase

    Ben Hase (b. 1989, Wisconsin) holds a Bachelor of Music-Composition degree from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he studied with Ethan Wickm

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  49. Andrew Heading

    Andrew Heading

    Andrew Heading is a Melbourne-based musician, currently Principal Trombone of the Air Force Band. He has studied a wide range of instruments throughout his career

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  50. John Hennecken

    John Hennecken

    John Hennecken (b. 1987) is an American composer and educator based in Athens, GA. His music has been performed in the United States, France, Italy, Belgium

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  51. Matt Hightower

    Matt Hightower

    Matt Hightower (b. 1988) is a native of southern Kentucky. He received an undergraduate degree in music education from Murray State University where he studied tub

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  52. Derek Holden

    Derek Holden

    Derek Holden (b. 1990) holds a B.M. in Music Composition from the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa and is currently working on his M.M. in Music Composition at

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  53. Mark Jenkins

    Mark Jenkins

    Euphonium player Mark W. Jenkins of Las Vegas, joined “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band in July 2002. Gunnery Sergeant Jenkins began his musical instruction

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  54. Seth Johnson

    Seth Johnson

    Seth Johnson (b.1989) is a composer, pianist, and cellist from Kentucky. He holds a Bachelor's of Arts in Music Theory/Composition and a Master's Degree in Music

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  55. Roger Kellaway

    Roger Kellaway

    Roger Kellaway has been described as "a musical chameleon" and "the most awesome jazz pianist quite possibly anywhere on earth". His discography runs to more than

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  56. Michael Kibbe

    Michael Kibbe

    Michael Kibbe, composer, has a total creative output is over 220 concert works, including two string quartets, 13 wind quintets, a large variety of mixed chamber music for winds,

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  57. Tyler Kline

    Tyler Kline

    Tyler Kline is a composer, arranger and music educator currently residing in Tampa, FL. His body of work encompasses a wide variety of styles and mediums, including

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  58. Dagfinn Koch

    Dagfinn Koch

    Dagfinn Koch (1964, Kristiansund, Norway) studied at the Norwegian Academy of Music (Norges musikkhøgskole) with Lasse Thoresen, composition; Olav

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  59. Daniel Kramer

    Daniel Kramer

    Dan Kramer is a young composer currently completing his undergraduate studies in Composition and Music Education at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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  60. Libby Larsen

    Libby Larsen

    Libby Larsen is one of America’s most prolific and most performed living composers. She has created a catalogue of over 400 works spanning virtually every genre

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  61. Ellen Lindquist

    Ellen Lindquist

    The music of Ellen Lindquist is performed regularly throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe (Sweden, Norway, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, Belgium

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  62. Vanja Lisjak

    Vanja Lisjak

    Vanja Lisjak made his musical education at the Music Academy of the University of Zagreb (Croatia) as well as at the Bern University of the Arts (Switzerland) with Branimir Slokar, w

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  63. Alasdair MacLean

    Alasdair MacLean

    Composer Alasdair MacLean grew up in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, Canada, where, after youthful piano and voice lessons, he spent his teenage years playing in rock and

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  64. Edward J. Madden

    Edward J.  Madden

    Edward J. Madden born in Derry, NH, was educated in the public schools of Derry, Portland Maine and Manchester, NH and received advanced degrees from the

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  65. Kris Maloy

    Kris Maloy

    An eclectic composer of many interests and influences, Kris Maloy writes music bridging many styles and genres. His music has been described as “beautifully paced,” and

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  66. Daniel Markovich

    Daniel Markovich

    Daniel Markovich (June 18, 1989) is an award winning, rising Israeli composer. In a relatively short career Daniel has already scored his first feature film, and has composed...

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  67. Theresa Martin

    Theresa Martin

    Theresa Martin (b. 1979) is a composer of energetic, melodious, and rhythmically driven music. She often draws her inspiration from literature, images, nature, and personal

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  68. Tom McCaslin

    Tom McCaslin

    Canadian Tubist Tom McCaslin maintains a diverse performing and teaching career that has taken him all over the world. He has presented recitals and masterclasses

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  69. Ryan McGeorge

    Ryan McGeorge

    An award winning musician, Ryan performs a wide variety of musical styles on the Euphonium and Valve Trombone including classical, jazz, and more contemporary idioms.

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  70. Kevin McKenzie

    Kevin McKenzie

    Originating from Olive Branch, Mississippi, Kevin McKenzie’s musical talent was first revealed at a young age by his piano instructor. He went on to join choir while attending

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  71. Ben McMillan

    Ben McMillan

    Ben McMillan (b.1984) is a native of Tennessee. He holds a bachelors degree in music composition from Tennessee Technological University. He is a former euphoniumist

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  72. Jonathan McNair

    Jonathan McNair

    Composer Jonathan B. McNair’s career has embraced the creation and performance of new music, community outreach, academic teaching, publishing, and church music.

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  73. Steven Mead

    Steven Mead

    Englishman Steven Mead (b. 1962) needs no introduction to brass enthusiasts around the world as his playing and teaching have become known to virtually all who have

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  74. James Meador

    James Meador

    James N. Meador (ASCAP) currently plays bass trombone with the Yucatan Symphony Orchestra (Orquesta Sinfonica de Yucatan) located in Merida, Mexico on the

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  75. Peter Meechan

    Peter Meechan

    Peter Meechan, born January 29, 1980, in Nuneaton England, holds an undergraduate degree from the Royal Northern College of Music, a Master of Arts degree

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  76. Traci Mendel

    Traci Mendel

    A recent addition to the faculty at Troy University in Troy, Alabama, Dr. Mendel teaches music theory, aural skills, composition, and voice. Her compositional style runs the gamut

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  77. Albie Micklich

    Albie Micklich

    Albie Micklich is Associate Professor of Bassoon at Arizona State University. Prior to this appointment Micklich was on the faculty of Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Univ

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  78. Joshua Mietz

    Joshua Mietz

    Dr. Joshua R. Mietz is the Adjunct Instructor of Clarinet at Fort Lewis and San Juan Colleges, the Adjunct Instructor of Saxophone at San Juan College, as well as

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  79. Ben Miles

    Ben  Miles

    Ben Miles (b. 1974) is the Associate Professor of Tuba at Middle Tennessee State University. Previously, he taught at Wright State University and the University of Central Arkansas.

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  80. Brett Miller

    Brett Miller

    Brett Miller has been playing the horn since he was eleven. He has been actively composing since he was fifteen. Brett is an avid composer of music for brass instruments

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  81. Matthew Miracle

    Matthew Miracle

    Matthew Miracle, a Missouri native, received the Bachelor of Music Education degree from Missouri State University, where he studied with Dr. Allison Storochuk

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  82. Damian Montano

    Damian Montano

    Damian Montano enjoys a career as both bassoonist and composer. He has been funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, and his compositions

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  83. Robert Mueller

    Robert Mueller

    Robert Mueller is Professor of Music at the University of Arkansas, where he teaches music composition and music theory and conducts the University Symphony Orchestra...

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  84. Kazuhiro Nakamura

    Kazuhiro Nakamura

    A native of Kyoto Japan, Kazuhiro Nakamura started to play the tuba at the age of 12, when he was in junior high school and received his bachelor of music degree...

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  85. Daniel Nelson

    Daniel Nelson

    Daniel Nelson (b. 1965) received his musical education at the Peabody Conservatory of Music where he studied with Jean Eichelberger-Ivey, and at the University of Chicago

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  86. Jonathan Newman

    Jonathan Newman

    Jonathan Newman composes music rich with rhythmic drive and intricate sophistication. A recipient of the Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Acade

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  87. Eduardo Nogueroles

    Eduardo Nogueroles

    Eduardo Nogueroles was born in Valencia, Spain. His studies include upper-level degrees in tuba performance, composition, and conducting from the conservatories of Jávea,

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  88. Tierney O'Brien

    Tierney O'Brien

    Tierney O’Brien is a clarinetist originally from Pelham, New York. She holds a B.M. in clarinet performance from the University of Delaware, where she is currently

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  89. Stephen Oberheu

    Stephen Oberheu

    Stephen Oberheu (b. 1976) was born in Danville, Virginia. He holds degrees in Music Education from Virginia Tech (1999) and Music Performance

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  90. Shawn Okpebholo

    Shawn Okpebholo

    Shawn E. Okpebholo (b. 1981) is an American composer and conductor. The music of Shawn E. Okpebholo has been performed in over twenty-five states, as well as Canada, Africa

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  91. Phil Ostrander

    Phil Ostrander

    Phil Ostrander is Associate Professor of Trombone at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire where he conducts the Symphony Band and teaches private trombone and

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  92. Matthew Owen

    Matthew Owen

    Matthew Owen is an American composer and freelance tubist from Atlanta, Georgia. He began playing the tuba at the age of 12 and started sitting in with professional ens

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  93. Josh Oxford

    Josh Oxford

    Josh Oxford, born in 1985, is a composer, arranger, and performer of myriad styles of music. Using his collection of vintage synthesizers, Josh is the leader of

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  94. Rolando Penate

    Rolando Penate, a Miami native, enjoys an eclectic participation in music ranging from performing on the Tuba in any given setting/genre, to composing and arranging music.

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  95. Robert Pendergast

    Robert Pendergast

    Robert Pendergast holds music performance degrees from the University of North Texas, Florida State University, a post-graduate diploma from the Royal Northern Colleg

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  96. Ben Pierce

    Ben Pierce

    Dr. Benjamin Pierce is an accomplished low brass artist and teacher. He is a professor at the University of Arkansas, teaching a large studio of tuba and

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  97. Whitney Prince

    Whitney Prince

    Whitney Prince is Professor of Music at Eastern Michigan University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in music theory and aural skill

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  98. Gretchen Renshaw

    Gretchen Renshaw

    Since beginning her musical training on the violin at age 5, Gretchen Renshaw has found her way to the euphonium and tuba. She completed a Bachelor of Music degree at the

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  99. Greg Robin

    Greg Robin

    Gregory Robin (D.M.A., University of Alabama) is a composer and music educator based in Lafayette, Louisiana. He leads a varied musical career as a composer, music

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  100. Scott Roeder

    Scott Roeder

    Dr. Scott Roeder serves as Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at the University of Texas-Pan American where he teaches applied tuba

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  101. Kristy Rowe

    Kristy Rowe

    Australian born, Kristy began playing the baritone at six years of age, taught by her father, Laurence Rowe. She joined her local brass band, the Gunnedah Shire Band, at age sev

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  102. Jonathan Russell

    Jonathan Russell

    Jonathan Russell is a composer, clarinetist, conductor, and educator who is active in a wide variety of music, from classical to experimental to klezmer to church music.

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  103. Maurice Saylor

    Maurice Saylor

    Maurice Saylor is a composer and performer based in Washington, D.C., with special affinities for vocal, chamber, and silent film music. His tuneful and quirky

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  104. Philip Schuessler

    Philip Schuessler

    Philip Schuessler has had works performed by such artists as violinist Graeme Jennings, Time Table percussion ensemble, violinist Eric km Clark, soprano Tony

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  105. Gunther Schuller

    Gunther Schuller

    Gunther Schuller's orchestral works include some of the classics of the modern repertoire written for the major orchestras of the world. Prominent among these are several

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  106. Patrick Schulz

    Patrick Schulz

    Patrick Schulz (DMA, Arizona State University; MM, University of Nebraska - Lincoln; BM, University of Wisconsin - Madison) is an assistant professor of music theory a

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  107. Francis Schwartz

    Francis Schwartz

    Francis Schwartz was born in the United States in 1940 and grew up in Texas where he studied with the eminent pianist Patricio Gutierrez. He received both B.S.

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  108. Travis Scott

    Travis Scott

    Travis Scott is a resident of Lewisville, Texas and teaches euphonium at the beginner-adult level maintaining a studio of 50-60 students in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

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  109. Gabriel Sears

    Gabriel Sears

    Gabriel Sears is quickly establishing himself as a leader among the new generation of brass musicians. Heralded by the United States

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  110. Jim Self

    Jim Self

    Jim Self is a Los Angeles-based freelance musician. Since l974 he has worked for all the major Hollywood studios performing for over 1500

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  111. JD Shaw

    JD Shaw

    Known throughout the world as a founding member, music programmer and arranger for the Boston Brass , JD Shaw has also performed in the Rochester Philharmonic,

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  112. Peter Simpson

    Peter Simpson

    Peter Simpson has taught at the University of Kentucky since 1976 and has been Principal Bassoon with the Lexington Philharmonic since 1978. Peter has also perf

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  113. Steven Snowden

    Steven Snowden

    Steven Snowden (ASCAP) creates music for a diverse array of settings including theater, dance, film, multimedia installations, and the concert stage. He has focused much of

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  114. John Stevens

    John Stevens

    John Stevens (b. 1951) is Director of the School of Music and Professor of Tuba and Euphonium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is also a member of the Wisconsin Brass Quintet

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  115. William Struss

    William Struss

    William received his Bachelor’s of Music Education from the University of Mississippi and studied trombone performance under Dr. Don R. Lewis. While at Ole Miss...

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  116. Alison Stuart

    Alison Stuart

    Alison Stuart is the nom de plume (using their middle names) for the composing team of Debra Alexander and James Grant, both award-winning artists and dedicated te

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  117. Pat Stuckemeyer

    Pat Stuckemeyer

    Pat Stuckemeyer is one of the voices in a new generation of musicians. At only 30 years old, his diverse career has taken him to a dozen countries and three continents.

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  118. Eddie Sundra

    Eddie Sundra

    Eddie Sundra (b. 1991) is an up-and-coming clarinetist currently finishing his masters degree in performance at the University of Michigan. Specializing in new music,

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  119. Nathan Tanouye

    Nathan Tanouye

    Born in Platteville, Wisconsin in 1974, Nathan Tanouye began studying music in elementary school, first with piano lessons and later on trombone. At a

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  120. Noah Taylor

    Noah Taylor

    Award-winning composer Noah D. Taylor (b. 1982) is an exciting and versatile talent noted as having an “extraordinary gift” and a “grand compositional voice with an

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  121. Christoph Nils Thompson

    Christoph Nils Thompson

    Composer Christoph Nils Thompson’s catalog is as diverse as his musical background. Influences from classical, film, jazz and popular music come to a refined blend in his works.

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  122. Jukka Viitasaari

    Jukka Viitasaari

    Jukka Viitasaari (b. 1961), M.E., is a former Finnish classroom teacher with a musical background including studies in music theory, rock, jazz, and low brass instruments...

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  123. David Vining

    David Vining

    Trombonist David Vining is a dynamic teacher and performer who has delivered hundreds of recitals and masterclasses nationwide to critical acclaim. Currently pro

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  124. Joelle Wallach

    Joelle Wallach

    Joelle Wallach composes music for orchestra, chamber ensembles, choruses and solo voices and instruments. Her String Quartet

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  125. Ethan Wickman

    Ethan Wickman

    Described as "a composer of facility and imagination, the kind to whom both performers and audiences respond" (Steve Smith, The New York Times), composer Ethan

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  126. Kenyon Wilson

    Kenyon Wilson

    Kenyon Wilson is the Associate Professor of Low Brass and Music Theory at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Principal Tubist with the Tuscaloosa Symphony

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  127. Ryan Woodhouse

    Ryan Woodhouse

    Originally from Overland Park, Kansas, Ryan Woodhouse writes music that is energetic, tuneful, and witty, containing a rich blend of modern classical, jazz, ta

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  128. Drew Worthen

    Drew Worthen

    Originally from Pine Bluff, Arkansas, Drew Worthen (b. 1988) found his love for music at a very young age. Having completed his undergraduate degree in Music Composition at Hende

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  129. Patrick Young

    Patrick Young

    Patrick Young (b. 1993, Florida currently holds a Bachelors in Music Education, with an additional emphasis on Instrumental Music, from Young Harris College and is...

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  130. Amir Zaheri

    Amir  Zaheri

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  131. Alex van Duuren

    Alex van Duuren

    Alex van Duuren is a graduate of the University of Michigan, having received two Master of Music Degrees from the prestigious School of Music, Theater, and Dance (M.

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