Daniel Burdick, Associate Professor of Low Brass at Edinboro University, has performed with the Canadian Brass, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Keith Brion’s New Sousa Band, and numerous professional brass quintets. Concerts have included appearances at the British Institute Library in Florence, Italy, theStaatliche Hochschule für Musik in Trossingen, Germany, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland, and a series of 15 concerts at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Alberta, Canada. The concerts were described as, “…interesting… moving…deeply emotional…” as well as, “Maestro Daniel Burdick made the tuba come alive….” He has taught at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, the University of Missouri-Kansas City, the University of Kentucky at Lexington, and the Interlochen Center for the Arts. He received the degree Doctor of Musical Arts in tuba performance from the University of Michigan. He is the Principal Tuba of the Erie Chamber Orchestra, has performed with the Erie Philharmonic, and has made numerous presentations at the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association state conferences. This summer, Dr. Burdick participated in both the Music History Pedagogy Institute at The Julliard School sponsored by the College Music Society and theMeditation for Musicians workshop at Karmê Chöling in Vermont taught by Madeline Bruser. In September, he was a panelist at the American Musicological Society’s Teaching Music History Day at DePauw University.