January 17, 2019
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

Daniel Gostein (Sophomore) receives Honorable Mention in BSoM concerto competition
Daniel Gostein, current sophomore, received honorable mention in the Butler School of Music concerto competition. He performed Eric Sammut's Sugaria! Congratulations, Daniel, on representing the UT percussion studio well!

Opposing Directions (UT student percussion ensemble) places third at PASIC Chamber Percussion Ensemble competition
Opposing Directions, a chamber percussion ensemble comprised of UT percussion studio members John Dawson, Daniel Gostein, Cameron Marquez, and Charlie Stephens, placed third at the PASIC 2018 Chamber Percussion Ensemble Competition. They performed Jacob Rogers' An Absolute Insufficiency of...