Bryan Guarnuccio completed his DMA in Flute Performance from Michigan State University. He also earned MM degrees in Music Theory and Flute Performance at Bowling Green State University (Ohio).
I am passionate about collaborating with other musicians to bring music to audiences in a variety of venues.
Dr. Bryan Guarnuccio is an educator, performer, collaborative pianist, and music arranger based in mid-Michigan. As an educator he enjoys teaching flute, piano, and oboe lessons to students of all ages and abilities including adult students who have stepped away from music and are returning for their own enrichment. Bryan is also part of the flute faculty at the Flint Institute of Music. He has previously taught music theory, counterpoint, and aural skills to college students from many different backgrounds including hobbyists, music minors, and music majors.
As a performer Bryan loves chamber music of all varieties as well as orchestral playing. He has been contracted in Lansing Symphony since 2010 and frequently performance with the Kalamazoo, Flint, and Southwest Michigan Symphonies on both flute and piccolo. He also enjoys accompanying performers of all levels and can seen coaching and playing piano for instrumental recitals, solo and ensemble competitions, and both school and church choirs.