Adjunct Instructor of Tuba/Euphonium
Daniel Bryce is the instructor of the tuba and euphonium studio at Utah Valley University. He holds a Master of
from the Juilliard School, a Bachelors degree from Brigham Young University, and is currently finishing doctoral studies at
Boston University. He has studied with many of the world’s most prolific performers of brass including Mike Roylance (Boston
Symphony), Warren Deck (New York Philharmonic, ret.), and David Fedderly (Baltimore Symphony).
As a teacher he has taught as a visiting lecturer or clinician at the New England Conservatory, Boston
Young University Idaho, and Brigham Young University Provo. He’s been a low brass instructor at Snow College and in
secondary schools in Oregon, Massachusetts and Utah. Mr. Bryce’s academic pursuits include 20th century music theory
and history, peak human performance, and audition preparation and strategies.
Professionally, Mr. Bryce has
enjoyed wide ranging performance opportunities. He’s performed with the Boston
Orchestra, the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, the Utah Symphony, the Utah Opera, the Rhode
Island Philharmonic, the Albany Symphony, the Boise Philharmonic and the Orchestra at Temple Square in Salt Lake City.
He has toured with the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Mormon Tabernacle choir, the Vermont Symphony Brass Quintet, and
as tour soloist with the Brigham Young University Wind Symphony.
As a recording artist Mr.
Bryce can be heard on numerous motion picture, television, and commercial CD
including the motion picture ‘Stealth’, ESPN Championship Golf, the television show ‘Xena, Warrior Princess’, NBC Nightly News
Cast, and Video games like ‘Matrix: Revolutions’. He has also recorded many soundtracks with the Mormon Tabernacle choir
and has appeared numerous times on the live television broadcast ‘Music and the Spoken Word’.
Mr. Bryce lives in Orem, Utah with his wife and four daughters. Non-musical pursuits include mountain biking and photography.