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Jason Gilliam

Lecturer and Affiliate Artist - Euphonium

Jason Gilliam
Phone:
Office:
Mary Baker Russell Music Center - Room 206
  • Professional
  • Personal

Education

  • M.A., University of Puget Sound
  • B.M., University of Puget Sound

Responsibilities

Applied Euphonium Lessons
Member of the Lyric Brass Quintet

Accolades

  • Yamaha Performing Artist on euphonium

Biography

Jason Gilliam is a native of Tacoma, Washington. He holds the Bachelor of Music and Master of Arts in Teaching form the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington, where he studied with Peter Ellefson, Ron Munson, and Steve Fissel. Jason currently holds the position of Lecturer of Euphonium and Trombone at the Pacific Lutheran University, and is also an Elementary School Music Teacher in the Steilacoom School District.

Jason has enjoyed an ever increasing demand as a clinician and euphonium soloist. Gilliam has been a featured euphonium artist at the 2012 International Tuba Euphonium Conference in Linz, Austria, the Northern Rockies Tuba Euphonium Festival, Monroe High School Wind Ensemble, Emerald Ridge High School Concert Band, the Northwest Regional International Tuba Euphonium Conference, the University of Idaho, University of Oregon, University of Victoria, Pacific Lutheran University, Puget Brass, Brass Band Northwest, the Harvey Phillips Northwest Big Brass Bash, Sun City Concert Band (Sun City, Arizona), Sitka High School Band (Sitka, Alaska), Tacoma Community College Wind Ensemble, Tacoma Community College Orchestra, Bremerton High School Symphonic Band, and the Northshore Concert Band (Evanston, Illinois).

Gilliam was the solo euphoniumist in the Tacoma Concert Band for over 20 years, and was a featured soloist in over 45 performances. In 2015, Jason was a featured soloist with the band on a tour of Spain. Jason also was soloist with the band on their 2007 tour of La Croix Valmer, France, and the 2011 tour of Prague, Salzburg, Vienna, and Budapest.

Other performance credits include the Seattle Symphony, Tacoma Symphony, Auburn Symphony, The Tubadours, and the Northwest Mahler Festival Orchestra.

Jason Gilliam is a Yamaha Performing Artist, and plays the Yamaha 842S euphonium and the 882GO Xeno tenor trombone.