Bryce Fuhrman (b. 1990 in Hanover, Pennsylvania) is an active composer of chamber, large-ensemble, instrumental, and vocal music. Bryce’s music has been performed by ensembles such as the Spektral Quartet, the University of Maryland Symphony Orchestra, the University of Louisville Symphony Orchestra, and the Shenandoah Conservatory Symphonic Wind Ensemble. Currently, Bryce is studying for his Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition at the University of Maryland College Park, studying with Mark Wilson. He also serves as a teaching assistant at UMD in music theory. Previously, Bryce studied at the University of Louisville with Steve Rouse and at Shenandoah Conservatory with William Averitt.
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Anto Meliksetian, violin; Jonah Yeh, piano