Sy Brandon


Dr. Sy Brandon (b. 1945) is a professor of music at Millersville University where he teaches low brass, composition, orchestration, music history, electronic music and music industry. He received his B.S. and M.S. in music education from Ithaca College and his A. mus. D. in composition from the University of Arizona. His composition teachers have been Warren Benson, Elie Siegmeister, and Robert McBride and has studied low brass with Arnold Jacobs, Reginald Fink, Tom Ervin, and James Linn.

As a composer, Dr. Brandon has received numerous honors and commissions including the Martha Baird Rockefeller Composer's Assistance Program, the Symposium III for New Band Music, the Boise Philharmonic Orchestra, Honorable Mention in the T.U.B.A. Euphonium Etude Composition Contest, winner of WITF-FM's 25th Anniversary Composition Contest which included a premiere by the Harrisburg Symphony in 1996, and most recently, winner of T.U.B.A. Tuba Etude Composition Contest.

During 1973-74, he was compose-in-residence at Boise State University and is presently a member of the Society of Composers and ASCAP. His music has been recorded by Czech National Symphony Orchestra on the Mastersound Label, the Contemporary Record Society and Trutone Records and by the Swiss Duo Delimme. His music is published by Tenuto Publications, Needham Music, T.U.B.A. Manuscript Press, Trombone Association Publishing, Theodore Presser Co. and Co-Op Press.

Dr. Brandon's music has been performed both throughout the United States and abroad including performances by the United States Army, Navy, and Air Force Bands.

Interprètes Performers


Programme / Program

5 juillet
6 juillet
7 juillet
8 juillet
9 juillet
July 5
July 6
July 7
July 8
July 9
Webmaster: Bernard Savoie b.savoie@videotron