Bryan English - Resume & Portfolio
Conducting/Music Direction: Fort Worth Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Buffalo Philharmonic, Pacific Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Toledo Symphony, Columbia (Missouri) Symphony, Worcester Symphony, DFW Pops Orchestra, Studio B Orchestra, Avant Chamber Ballet, Yakima (WA) Symphony, Human Rights Campaign Orchestra, "Swingtown Music's Tribute to Sinatra and Karen Carpenter," "Symphony of Kings," "Kraig Parker's Symphonic Tribute to Elvis," Brian Duprey's "Symphonic Sinatra," Dave Alexander's "Spirit of the West," Elizabeth Montgomery's "Fill Your Heart with Christmas," Tarrant County Orchestra, Loveworld Television Network Orchestra
Producing/Arranging: Sir Earl of Kool & the Gang, Fountain Valley Symphony Productions, City of Grapevine Christmas Shows, Mikayla Griffin, Dallas Symphony Horns, Loveworld Television Network
Composer for the award-winning film "The Golden Rut," Avant Chamber Ballet Productions
Trombone: QuestLove, The Roots, Erykah Badu, Wyclef Jean, Bilal, Robert Glasper, Chaka Khan, Willie Nelson, Maria Schneider, Tim Ries, Martha Wash, Chris Brubeck, The Blues Brothers: “Blue Lou” Marini & Tom “Bones” Malone, Clay Jenkins, Shelley Carrol, Brad Leali, Dallas Wind Symphony, Texas Wind Symphony, Fort Worth Symphony, San Angelo Symphony
Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Performance: University of North Texas, 2005
Master of Music degree in Performance: University of North Texas, 2002
Bachelor of Arts degree in Music: Texas Christian University, 2000
Conducting Studies: Royal Northern College of Music
League of Orchestras
2021 – present: Conductor/Music Director, Symphonic Sinatra featuring Brian Duprey
2021 – present: Conductor/Music Director, The Spirit of the West featuring Dave Alexander
2021 – present: Conductor/Music Director, Fill Your Heart with Christmas
featuring Elizabeth Montgomery
2019 - present: Conductor/Music Director, Tarrant County Orchestra and Chamber Strings
2018 - present: Arranger (freelance), Gulf Coast Symphony (Ft. Myers, FL)
2015 - 2019: Conductor/Arranger, Avant Chamber Ballet (Dallas, TX)
2014 - present: Conductor/Music Director/Arranger, Studio B Orchestra
2008 - present: Conductor/Music Director/Arranger, A Symphonic Tribute to Elvis
2012 - present: Arranger, Tuxedo Junction Big Band
2010 - present: Soundtrack Composer/Producer, How It Should Have Ended Series
2016 – 2020: Soundtrack Composer/Producer, Ruben DeLuna Creative
2006 - 2010: Soundtrack Composer/Producer, Starz Television Network
2004 - 2012: Staff Arranger/Producer, Harbor House Studios
2007 - 2010: Conductor/Arranger, Brass Fusion
2010 – 2011: Band Director, Timberview Middle School (Keller, TX)
2003 - 2010: Director of Instrumental Studies, Texas Wesleyan University
2002 - 2003: Music Professor, Dallas Baptist University
2001 - 2017: Private Lesson Instructor, Keller ISD, Birdville ISD, Flower Mound ISD
2007 - 2010: Artist Faculty, Lone Star International Jazz Exchange, Germany
2003 - 2005: Conductor/Music Director, The Northeast Orchestra
2000 - 2002: Associate Conductor, Denton Chamber Orchestra
David Amram, former Composer-in-Residence, New York Philharmonic, email@example.com
Charles Stone, former Tour Manager, Elvis Presley, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Brubeck, Composer/Performer, email@example.com
Nicole New, former Programming Director, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, firstname.lastname@example.org
David Rogers, Executive Director, Yakima Symphony, email@example.com
Randy Chaplin, Chaplin Entertainment, Randy@chaplinentertainment.com
Andrew Kurtz, Gulf Coast Symphony (FL), firstname.lastname@example.org
Conducting / Producing:
American Family Concerts promotional video.
“Symphonic Tribute to Elvis,” Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring the DFW Pops Orchestra.
“How Star Wars: The Last Jedi Should Have Ended” soundtrack composed/recorded by Bryan English.
“Overture of the Bells,” Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring the Fountain Valley Symphony.
“Christmas Eve in Sarajevo,” Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring the Studio B Orchestra with synchronized fireworks display.
“Love Me Tender,” Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra.
“Come What May,” Bryan English, arranger, vocal duet with full orchestra.
“Twinkle, Twinkle,” Bryan English, conductor/composer. Featuring the Studio B Orchestra and Madelaine Boyce of the Avant Chamber Ballet.
“Bachianas Brasileiras No. 4: II” (H. Villa-Lobos), Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring Brass Fusion.
“Church-Stained Glass Windows: II” by O. Respighi. Bryan English, conductor/arranger. Featuring Brass Fusion.