Brian Brown, Adjunct Instructor, Tuba and Euphonium
Adjunct Instructor, Tuba and Euphonium
University of Delaware
137 Amy E. du Pont Music Building
Newark, DE 19716
Brian Brown is an adjunct professor of tuba and euphonium at the
University of Delaware, Rowan University and The College of New Jersey,
and an instructor in tuba at Princeton University. He is a member of the
Westminster Brass and the Rowan University Faculty Brass Quintet. Mr.
Brown earned his Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts from The Juilliard
School. His major teachers include Paul Krzywicki, Don Harry, Donald
Harwood and Vincent Penzarella.
Mr. Brown is currently principal
tuba of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra (DSO), the Stamford Symphony and
the Peter Nero and the Philly Pops orchestra. As an active freelance
musician, Mr. Brown has performed with the Philadelphia Orchestra, the
Pennsylvania Ballet Orchestra and the Opera Company of Philadelphia,
among others. Mr. Brown is the tuba player for NFL films and has
recorded with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Orchestra 2001 and the Vox and
Tomato record labels.
Various concerts have included
performances with Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras, Mel Torme, Jack Jones,
Herbie Hancock, Joni Mitchell and the rock groups The Who and The Moody
Blues. As a soloist, Mr. Brown has performed with the DSO, The College
of New Jersey Wind Ensemble, the Rowan University Wind Ensemble, the
Ambler Symphony Orchestra and North Penn Symphony Orchestra.
Brown has conducted master classes at Rowan University, The College of
New Jersey and the Odessa Conservatory in the Ukraine.
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