DIRECTOR OF BANDSUNIVERISTY OF TEXAS AT EL PASO
Dr. Bradley Genevro is Director of Bands at the University of Texas at El Paso. In his duties at UTEP, Dr. Genevro actively oversees all aspects of the Band Program. Prior to his appointment at UTEP, he served on the faculties of Messiah College, Oklahoma State University, and the University of North Texas. Dr. Genevro holds the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Wind Conducting from the University of North Texas, where he studied with Eugene Migliaro Corporon. He earned the Masters of Music Performance and Bachelor of Science in Music Education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania where he studied with composer and conductor Jack Stamp. Ensembles, under Dr. Genevro’s leadership, have performed multiple times at state and international conventions. In addition, his groups have albums released under both the Mark Custom and Klavier Record labels. His recordings have been reviewed in Fanfare Magazine with the following comments: “A superb disc,” “a magnificent statement of the highest professionalism possible from student ensembles.”
Dr. Genevro maintains a very active schedule as a clinician, adjudicator and guest conductor and recording producer having worked across the US, Australia, Europe, Hong Kong and mainland China. As a recording producer, he has worked with the University of North Texas Wind Symphony, Keystone Wind Ensemble, the University of Georgia Wind Symphony, the Sydney Conservatorium Wind Symphony and a variety of colleges and universities.
Dr. Genevro holds professional memberships in the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Texas Bandmasters Association, Texas Music Educators Association, National Association for Music Education, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Pi Kappa Lambda, Kappa Kappa Psi, Tau Beta Sigma, College Band Directors National Association and was elected into the prestigious American Bandmasters Association.
Working toward more non-verbal instruction to achieve rehearsal goals.
Identifying the process by which we can assist students in becoming strong leaders allowing them to have lasting influence over others.
Developing a process that fine tunes student’s ears in a more efficient self-assessment scenario.
Developing a tuning process that requires less tuning to achieve more quality intonation.
Developing and mapping a process of creating student ownership from within to build a stronger sense of student motivation.