Title: Professor of Flute
Office: 374 Memorial Hall
Bradley Garner was the first flutist to receive the DMA from Juilliard. Early flute studies were with his father, Gary T. Garner, and later with Julius Baker. He is active as soloist, teacher and recording artist in New York area, and has had numerous performances with the New York Philharmonic. He is the principal flutist with the Atlantic Sinfonietta, New York Virtuosi and Virtuosi Quintet. He has given master classes in Korea, Japan, Canada and throughout the U.S. Solo performances include Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall with Julius Baker and Jean-Pierre Rampal. His recordings have been on the Koch International Classics, Capstone Digital and Golden Crest Digital. He has been on the faculty in the Juilliard Pre-College Division since 1983 and the NFA board of directors.