September 18, 2018
Welcome- UT Percussion Studio
The Percussion Studies program at UT Austin is committed to developing superb musicianship through performance and a deep, fundamental understanding of music and human learning. The flexible, rigorous undergraduate and graduate curricula help students become confident performers, knowledgeable musicians, skillful teachers, and productive individuals who are dedicated to the pursuit of excellence in all dimensions of professional life.

2016 PASIC Collegiate Percussion Ensemble Competition Winner

2017 PASIC Concert Chamber Percussion Ensemble Competition: 2nd place

2012 PASIC Collegiate Percussion Ensemble Competition Winner

2006 PASIC Collegiate Percussion Ensemble Competition Winner

Congratulations to MM Graduate: Jordan Walsh
Jordan will be touring the nation this summer with the Up/Down Percussion Quartet. He will also be attending the Sō Percussion Summer Institute. 
Congratulations to DMA Graduate: Kellen King
Next year, Kellen will be teaching private percussion lessons and marching band in the Leander area. While at UT, he presented a lecture titled, "A Performance Guide to One
Study One Summary
by John Psathas and its Influence on Electroacoustic
Congratulations to DMA Graduate: Diana Loomer
Next year, Diana will be the director of the Steely Pan Steel Band at Appalachian State University, and an adjunct Professor of Percussion at Western Carolina University in NC. While at UT, she presented a lecture on the topic, "Melodic Timpani: Techniques and Applications".
UT Alumnus Wins University Job
After completing his Master's Degree in Percussion Performance at the Butler School, Dr. Timothy Feerst then went on to the University of North Texas to complete his Doctor of Musical Arts in Percussion Performance. This year, Dr. Feerst was accepted as an adjunct on the faculty at the University...