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  • Timothy Broscious, Assistant Professor, Percussion

    Assistant Professor, Percussion
    University of Delaware
    117 Amy E. de Pont Music Building
    Newark, DE 19716
    https://www.timbroscious.com/

    Biography

    Assistant professor of percussion at the University of Delaware, Tim Broscious has spent his life on the move, experiencing different music and cultures from around the world.  As a founding member of the Quey Percussion Duo, Dr. Broscious has performed across the United States and throughout the world, performing in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Jordan, and the UK, presenting at music festivals, chamber music series’ and prestigious institutions including the Royal College of Music, the Conservatoire de Strasbourg, the Conservatoire de Lyon, the Conservatory of Tatuí, the University of Rio de Janeiro, the Shenyang Conservatory and the Beijing Conservatory. In addition to his performing accolades, Dr. Broscious has also been integral in the creation of over 200 new works through the Quey Percussion Duo Composition Contest and working directly with composers such as John Luther Adams, Stuart Saunders Smith, David Macbride, Emmanuel Séjourné, Alejandro Viñao, Adam Silverman, Casey Cangelosi and Gene Koshinski. His own compositions are published by Bachovich Music Publications.

    Exploring his interests in world music, Dr. Broscious accepted a position at the National Music Conservatory in Amman, Jordan, where he served as professor of Western percussion. In addition to this teaching position, he also served as principal percussionist and timpanist for the Amman Symphony Orchestra, performing for dignitaries including Pope Benedict XVI. During his time in Jordan, Dr. Broscious was immersed in Arabic music studying with Nasser Salameh and playing with the conservatory’s Arabic Ensemble performing throughout Jordan, Oman, Bahrain and Egypt. In addition, he has studied Haitian, West African, Brazilian and frame drumming with acclaimed artists John Amira, Joe Galeota, Rogerio Bocatto and Shane Shanahan. With these connections, Dr. Broscious was also able to study West African drumming in Ghana with master drummers at the Dagara Music Center with Bernard Woma, and at the Dagbe Cultural Institute with the Agbeli family.

    Dr. Broscious serves as sectional percussionist and assistant timpanist with the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with the Minnesota Ballet, the Lyric Opera of the North, Twin Ports Wind Orchestra, Arrowhead Chorale and the Big Time Jazz Orchestra, to name a few. He has also recorded for the Innova, Centaur and Equilibrium record labels.  

    With a fascination with text and language, as a soloist, Dr. Broscious has focused on percussion works with text, concentrating extensively on the works of Stuart Saunders Smith and his implementation of text as the rhythmic structure of his works. His document The Use of Spoken Text in Solo Percussion Works with a Focus on the Speech Songs of Stuart Saunders Smith is the culmination of years of study, practice, analysis and performance in this medium.

    Dr. Broscious attended Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he earned a performance certificate and a BM in Music Education. After teaching as a high school band director for a year, he decided to return to graduate school, studying Percussion Performance at the Hartt School (University of Hartford) earning an MM, GPD, and DMA. 

    Dr. Broscious is endorsed by Pearl/Adams Instruments, Sabian Cymbals, Innovative Percussion mallets, and Remo drumheads.  He has also served as the Minnesota chapter president of the Percussive Arts Society

 

 

117 Amy E. de Pont Music BuildingNewark, DE 19716<div class="ExternalClass6D81E0615D6D4AE1B3276F02B4D103C3"><p> </p><p>Assistant professor of percussion at the University of Delaware, Tim Broscious has spent his life on the move, experiencing different music and cultures from around the world.  As a founding member of the <a href="https://www.qpdmusic.com/">Quey Percussion Duo</a>, Dr. Broscious has performed across the United States and throughout the world, performing in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, France, Jordan, and the UK, presenting at music festivals, chamber music series’ and prestigious institutions including the Royal College of Music, the Conservatoire de Strasbourg, the Conservatoire de Lyon, the Conservatory of Tatuí, the University of Rio de Janeiro, the Shenyang Conservatory and the Beijing Conservatory. In addition to his performing accolades, Dr. Broscious has also been integral in the creation of over 200 new works through the Quey Percussion Duo Composition Contest and working directly with composers such as John Luther Adams, Stuart Saunders Smith, David Macbride, Emmanuel Séjourné, Alejandro Viñao, Adam Silverman, Casey Cangelosi and Gene Koshinski. His own compositions are published by Bachovich Music Publications.</p><p>Exploring his interests in world music, Dr. Broscious accepted a position at the National Music Conservatory in Amman, Jordan, where he served as professor of Western percussion. In addition to this teaching position, he also served as principal percussionist and timpanist for the Amman Symphony Orchestra, performing for dignitaries including Pope Benedict XVI. During his time in Jordan, Dr. Broscious was immersed in Arabic music studying with Nasser Salameh and playing with the conservatory’s Arabic Ensemble performing throughout Jordan, Oman, Bahrain and Egypt. In addition, he has studied Haitian, West African, Brazilian and frame drumming with acclaimed artists John Amira, Joe Galeota, Rogerio Bocatto and Shane Shanahan. With these connections, Dr. Broscious was also able to study West African drumming in Ghana with master drummers at the Dagara Music Center with Bernard Woma, and at the Dagbe Cultural Institute with the Agbeli family.</p><p>Dr. Broscious serves as sectional percussionist and assistant timpanist with the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with the Minnesota Ballet, the Lyric Opera of the North, Twin Ports Wind Orchestra, Arrowhead Chorale and the Big Time Jazz Orchestra, to name a few. He has also recorded for the Innova, Centaur and Equilibrium record labels.  </p><p>With a fascination with text and language, as a soloist, Dr. Broscious has focused on percussion works with text, concentrating extensively on the works of Stuart Saunders Smith and his implementation of text as the rhythmic structure of his works. His document <em>The Use of Spoken Text in Solo Percussion Works with a Focus on the Speech Songs of Stuart Saunders Smith</em> is the culmination of years of study, practice, analysis and performance in this medium.</p><p>Dr. Broscious attended Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, where he earned a performance certificate and a BM in Music Education. After teaching as a high school band director for a year, he decided to return to graduate school, studying Percussion Performance at the Hartt School (University of Hartford) earning an MM, GPD, and DMA. </p><p> </p><p>Dr. Broscious is endorsed by Pearl/Adams Instruments, Sabian Cymbals, Innovative Percussion mallets, and Remo drumheads.  He has also served as the Minnesota chapter president of the Percussive Arts Society</p></div>tbro@udel.eduBroscious, Timothy<img alt="" src="/Images%20Bios/Broscious.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />Assistant Professor, Percussionhttps://www.timbroscious.com/<p>​Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Samford University<br>Performance Certificate, Samford University<br>Master of Music in Percussion Performance, The Hartt School<br>Graduate Performance Diploma, The Hartt School<br>Doctor of Musical Arts, The Hartt School<br></p>

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  • School of Music
  • Amy E. du Pont Music Building
  • University of Delaware
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-2578
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