William Brady Harrison

USA35  Cincinnati, OH

William Brady Harrison

Brady Harrison is Director of Percussion Studies at Xavier University’s School of Arts and Innovation in Cincinnati, Ohio and teaches additionally in the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Preparatory Department. Harrison is Principal Timpanist of the Lexington Philharmonic Orchestra, percussionist with the Louisville Orchestra, and has also served as Principal Percussionist for four seasons with the Lyrique en Mer Festival in Belle Ile, France. His strong interest in new works and chamber music have led to collaborations with many composers including John Luther Adams and George Crumb. Harrison has performed across the United States, Europe, and India as a soloist, orchestral musician, and with his flute and percussion chamber duo Psonic Union. He can be heard on the Telarc label, Mode Records, and Vienna Modern Masters lab.

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“Prison Song” by Hans Werner Henze

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Wabash Ballroom

Yamaha Corporation of America, Sabian Ltd., Innovative Percussion, Inc.

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