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JamesDr. Gretchen James

Visiting Lecturer of Music

E-mail: gjames5@atu.edu

Education

BM - Pennsylvania S Univ-Main Camp
MM - Michigan State University
MM - University of Arkansas
DMA - Michigan State University

Recently Taught Courses

MUS 1041 - APPL MUS/TUBA
MUS 1042 - APPL MUSIC/TUBA
MUS 1531 - BRASS ENSEMBLES
MUS 3041 - APPL MUSIC/TUBA
MUS 3042 - APPL MUSIC/TUBA
MUS 3043 - APPL MUSIC/TUBA
MUS 3531 - BRASS ENSEMBLES
MUS 4001 - SENIOR RECITAL

Biography

Gretchen Renshaw James enjoys a multifaceted career as a conductor, tuba and euphonium performer, and arranger. She is the Director of Bands/Applied Low Brass at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas; tubist with the internationally acclaimed Seraph Brass; Adjunct Professor of Tuba at Arkansas Tech University; and a published arranger with Potenza Music and Tuba-Euphonium Press. Prior to her time in central Arkansas, Gretchen completed a D.M.A. in Tuba Performance and M.M. in Wind/Orchestral Conducting at Michigan State University, where she was a University Distinguished Fellow. Previously, she earned degrees in Euphonium Performance from the University of Arkansas and Penn State University. As a tuba and euphonium performer, Gretchen has enjoyed success in major solo competitions including being a finalist in the Artist Tuba Competition at the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Festival and being named the Low Brass Winner of the Yamaha Young Performing Artists Competition. As an arranger, Gretchen has contributed a number of works for tuba-euphonium ensemble, solo tuba, and solo euphonium. Gretchen looks forward to continuing her varied musical career by remaining active as a tuba and euphonium performer and conductor of both bands and orchestras. Gretchen is a Yamaha Performing Artist.

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