Bradley Garner is an active soloist, teacher and recording artist in the Cincinnati and New York City areas. He has frequently played with the New York Philharmonic and is the principal flutist with the Atlantic Sinfonietta, the New York Virtuosi and the Virtuosi Quintet. He received his B.M. and M.A. degrees from West Texas State University where he studied with his father, Dr. Gary Garner and Sally Turk.
He was the first flutist to receive the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the Juilliard School where he studied with Julius Baker. Dr. Garner has performed as soloist in Carnegie Hall with Julius Baker and Jean-Pierre Rampal and was the first American flutist to be invited by the Russian government to perform in Moscow's Tchaikovsky Hall. He has performed in Korea, Japan, Russia, Europe, Canada and throughout the United States, and was the featured artist at Flute Festival MidSouth 1998.
He is on the faculties of The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and The Juilliard School. He has given master classes in New York, Korea, Russia and Japan. Master classes for this year are planned for Japan, Russia, France and throughout the United States. His students have won prizes in many competitions including the Flute Talk Competition, Myrna Brown Competition and the National Flute Associaiton High School, Orchestral, Piccolo, Young Artist and Master Class competitions.
Garner has recorded for the Koch International, Capstone, EMI, Golden Crest, Newport Classics, Vienna Modern Masters and the Collins Classics labels. He is a Yamaha performing artist and clinician.
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Cinncinnati College Conservatory of Music
New York University
The Juilliard School
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17 June 2004