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Music

Brian Hanner is a musical artist and percussionist whose musical career spans very broad and varied performance, teaching and creative work. He is currently a freelance artist in Tucson, Arizona. He performs regularly with the Southern Arizona Symphony, Tucson Symphony, Arizona OperaWest Valley Symphony, and True Concord Voices & Orchestra. He has also performed with the Sierra Vista Symphony, Tucson Repertory Orchestra, Civic Orchestra of Tucson, and has shared the stage with Bob Becker, Robert van Sice, Mark Ford, and Ney Rosauro

 

Prior to relocation to Arizona, Brian was Adjunct Percussion Instructor at Lee College in Baytown, Texas and San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas. He also has a long career as an educator at the secondary level, holding Assistant Band Director and Percussion Specialist positions at La Porte High School in La Porte, Texas; Cypress Creek High School in Houston, Texas; and Cooper High School in Abilene, Texas.

 

As a performing artist, Brian has played with many symphony orchestras and chamber groups, including a solo concerto performance with the Baytown Symphony Orchestra, and various performances with the Trommel percussion group, artists in residence at Lone Star College in Houston, Texas.

 

Brian earned a Bachelor of Music degree from Stephen F. Austin State University, where he was a student of Dr. Lawrence Kaptain, Drew Lang and Dr. Christopher Hanning. He also earned a Master of Music degree in percussion performance from the University of North Texas, where he was a student of Mark Ford, Christopher Deane, and Eugene Migliaro Corporon.

 

Brian was an adjudicator with the Texas Color Guard Circuit and was the newsletter editor for the Texas Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society.  Brian is an endorser for Innovative Percussion sticks and mallets.

 
Listen
harberg viola concerto

Harberg: Viola Concerto

Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra

Linus Lerner, conductor 

Brett Deubner, viola

Naxos 8.559840

www.sasomusic.org

Escapades CD North Texas Wind Sympony Corporon percussion

Escapades

North Texas Wind Symphony

Eugene Migliaro Corporon, conductor 

Klavier K1128

 
Live Performances

I play in various places around Tucson and Southern Arizona. Check here for an opportunity to hear and share in some music.

Arizona Opera

September 28, 2018

7:30 p.m.

Herberger Theater (Phoenix) (map)

Tickets at https://www.azopera.org/performances/maria-de-buenos-aires

Astor Piazzolla: Maria de Buenos Aires

Arizona Opera

September 29, 2018

7:30 p.m.

Herberger Theater (Phoenix) (map)

Tickets at https://www.azopera.org/performances/maria-de-buenos-aires

Astor Piazzolla: Maria de Buenos Aires

Arizona Opera

September 30, 2018

2:00 p.m.

Herberger Theater (Phoenix) (map)

Tickets at https://www.azopera.org/performances/maria-de-buenos-aires

Astor Piazzolla: Maria de Buenos Aires

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Where to Hear Me

Southern Arizona Symphony Orchestra www.sasomusic.org

Tucson Symphony Orchestra www.tucsonsymphony.org

West Valley Symphony www.westvalleysymphony.org

Arizona Choral Society www.azchoral.org

​Pianist and Showman Extraordinaire Rick Shaw