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Brian Gardiner, DM

Brian Gardiner

Department of Music
bgardiner@marylhurst.edu

Education

DM in Percussion, Indiana University
MM in Performance, University of Oregon
BM in Performance, University of Oregon

Instrument/Subject

Percussion
Introduction to Conducting
Music Theory

Teachers

Anthony Cirone
Gerald Carlyss
John Tafoya
Kevin Bobo
Charles Dowd
Sean Wagoner

About

Brian Gardiner is a section percussionist with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, Vancouver, Washington. He also serves as adjunct music faculty at Portland Community College in Portland, Oregon, and as a percussion instructor at Beaverton High School in Beaverton, Oregon. Brian is a doctoral candidate at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. He has freelanced with orchestras in Oregon, Washington, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky, and is the co-founder of the APEX Percussion Duo. 

Awards

Co-winner of the University of Oregon's Concerto Competition, performing Darius Milhaud's Concerto for Marimba, Vibraphone and Orchestra (2003)

 


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