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Gail Robertson

Dr. Gail Robertson serves as Assistant Professor of Tuba and Euphonium/Jazz at the University of Central Arkansas. She has degrees from the University of Central Florida and Indiana University. She postponed her doctoral studies at the University of Maryland with Dr. Brian Bowman to perform with the “Tubafours” at Walt Disney World. She completed her D.M.A. as a University Distinguished Fellow at Michigan State University studying with Phil Sinder. She has taught on the faculties of Eastern Michigan University, the University of Central Florida, Bethune-Cookman University, and the University of Florida. Dr. Robertson is the Chair/Chief Editor of the Tuba and Euphonium Press and serves on the Board of Directors of the Leonard Falcone Festival. She has served on the board and as President of the International Womens Brass Conference where she co-hosted the 2006 and 2010 International Conferences. In August 2017, Dr. Robertson and Dr. Stacy Baker will be the featured artists for the prestigious Leonard Falcone Festival. Gail was recently the featured soloist at Carnegie Hall with the Purdue University Wind Ensemble. She served as Artist in Residence at the Korean International School in Jeju, South Korea. In 2015, Gail served as the Euphonium Clinician for the American Band College. She was recently awarded the 2014 Clifford Bevan Award for Excellence in Research for her document, “Restoring the Euphonium’s Legacy as Cello of the Wind Band.” In May 2009, Gail recorded a CD with Dr. Stacy Baker called “SymbiosisDuo.” SYMBIOSISDUO released their second CD, “Playground,” in February 2015. She served together with Dr. Baker as Co-Instrumental Advisor/Curriculum Designer for the Pro-Series Elite Practice Systems for Tuba and Euphonium. Gail has published articles, reviews, and compositions for Bandworld’s online magazine and the International Tuba Euphonium Association journal. Robertson has toured the U.S., Europe, China, and Japan with Keith Brion’s “New Sousa Band," the Brass Band of Battle Creek, and the Monarch Brass. She has also recently performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Sarasota Ballet. As a Willson Euphonium Artist, Robertson’s euphonium of choice is a Willson 2950TA with a bronze Warburton/Gail Robertson mouthpiece.

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Euphonium

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Little Rock

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