Kyle Gordon

‌Teaching Artist of Low Brass
Office Location: FAC 403

Kyle Gordon received his MM in trombone performance from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music. His teachers include M.Dee Stewart, Dr. Graydon McGrannahan, and Jared Rodin. Prior to his studies at Indiana University, Kyle received a Bachelor’s degree in K-12 Instrumental and Vocal Music Education from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. Kyle was awarded a Performer's Certificate from Indiana University, recognizing his outstanding work as a solo performer. Kyle was the winner of the Indiana University brass concerto competition and performed Daniel Schnyder’s subZERO: concerto for Bass Trombone and Orchestra with Indiana University’s Symphony Orchestra.  He can be heard on recordings with the Drake University’s Wind Symphony and has performed with the group at the CBDNA regional conference. Kyle has performed with several ensembles while at Indiana University, including the Philharmonic Orchestra, Wind Ensemble, and Trombone Choir. He has additional studies in early music and bass sackbut. He is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia as well as the recipient of the James M. Cox Memorial Scholarship for young music educators. 

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Fine Arts News
October 12, 2016
Drake University’s Keys to Excellence Piano Series will open its fourth season with a performance by Lori Sims, professor of piano at Western Michigan University.