Percussionist Michael Burritt is in frequent demand performing concert tours and masterclasses throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Canada. He has been a featured artist at eight PASICs. Furthermore, Burritt has been soloist with such ensembles as the Dallas Wind Symphony, Richmond Symphony Orchestra, Ju Percussion Group (Taiwan), Percussion Art Quartet (Germany), Amores Percussion Group (Spain), NEXUS, and Third Coast Percussion. Additionally as a chamber and orchestral musician, he has performed with the Chicago Chamber Musicians, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Rembrandt Players, and Peninsula Music Festival Orchestra. Burritt has three solo as well as numerous chamber recordings to his credit. His latest recording to be released soon features the solo and chamber works of Alejandro Viñao. Active as a composer, Burritt has three concertos and numerous solo and chamber works for marimba and percussion to his credit as well as two books of etudes. He was a member of the PAS Board of Directors from 1996 to 2008, is a contributing editor for the Percussive Notes magazine, and served as Chair of the PAS Keyboard Percussion Committee from 2004 to 2010. Currently, Burritt serves as Professor of Percussion Studies at the Eastman School of Music, where he received his bachelor’s degree, master’s degree, and performer’s certificate.