A Section that Plays Together, Stays Together: Establishing a Culture of Brass Excellence
- The goal of all conductors is to have a brass section with excellent endurance, intonation, balance and blend. This is a challenging goal to achieve, but it is possible! The brass faculty from Oklahoma State University has pursued this goal through group daily fundamental routines and chamber music. Ryan Gardner (trumpet), Paul Compton (trombone) and Lanette Compton (horn) will share their ideas and materials for developing greater depth and quality in your brass sections.
- Ryan Gardner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/18/2014 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM
- Meeting Room W184
- Dr. Ryan Gardner is the Assistant Professor of Trumpet at Oklahoma State University and the New York Artist Coordinator for Music for Autism. Originally from Santa Monica, California, Dr. Gardner received his BM from the Eastman School of Music with highest distinction, his MM from Rice University – Shepherd School of Music and his DMA from the Manhattan School of Music. In addition to an exciting performing career, Dr. Gardner’s students have gone on to distinguished graduate programs and elite summer festivals. Dr. Gardner's students have also achieved success at conferences and competitions at the international, national and regional levels. As a Bach performing artist, Dr. Gardner actively performs as an orchestral, chamber and solo musician and he also provides masterclasses and lectures internationally. He is indebted to all of his main trumpet teachers: Vincent Penzarella, Mark Gould, Marie Speziale, James Thompson, Boyde Hood and Paul Salvo.