Professor, Applied Music and Performance (Conducting); Program Coordinator, Conducting; Director, University Bands; Winds/Brass/Percussion Area Coordinator, Syracuse University
- MP26: Banding Together: Exploring the Collegiate Wind Band as a Vehicle for Community, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Bradley P. Ethington conducts the University Wind Ensemble, coordinates the graduate program in wind conducting, and serves as chair of wind and percussion studies. He holds bachelor’s degrees in music education and biochemistry from the Honors College at Michigan State University, the master of music from Baylor University, and the doctor of musical arts in conducting from the University of Texas at Austin, where he studied with Jerry Junkin. While at the University of Texas, he served as assistant conductor of the University Wind Ensemble and conductor of the University Chamber Orchestra.
Ethington has published articles in the Journal of the College Band Directors National Association and the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles Journal on the music of W. A. Mozart and Charles Ives and has been a regular contributor to the highly successful educational series Teaching Music Through Performance in Band. He is past president of the Big East Conference Band Directors Association and currently serves on the editorial board of the WASBE Journal. He has appeared as guest conductor at conferences of the College Band Directors National Association and the New York State School Music Association and has served as guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator throughout the United States, Western Europe, and Australia.