Hello! My name is Andrew Bryson and I am a Music Education major at the University of North Texas in Denton, Texas. I perform in the UNT Wind Orchestra and the UNT Green Brigade and am a proud brother of Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity.
I have played saxophone since middle school and have played the piano since I was seven years old.
Hailing from Salem, Oregon, I held the OSAA State Solo Championship for two years on saxophone and have taken home two gold cups in the NFMC Piano Festival.
I enjoy reading non-fiction and listening to podcasts in my freetime. I enjoy performing, teaching, and writing fun, quality music to perform and share. And I hope you enjoy the music I share with you from myself and other writers. Thanks for visiting!
HERE'S THE PROBLEM! Being a music student, I am surrounded by musicians all day, every day (which has its positives and negatives). One common trend I have noticed is this: students are simply using less physical sheet music. Whether its the seat of privilege that I am on at such a prestigious music school as UNT or not, I am coming to realize that digital sheet music is the future and devices like iPads and software like forScore are a wave of innovation hitting music education. With its positive environmental impacts, as well as the shear versatility and mobility of digital music, digital sheet music comes at a lower price for you, the consumer. Through this business, I am taking strides to share both the music of up-and-coming composers as well as other fun, quality pieces with you through a quicker, cheaper, and more convenient option so that we can use less paper and make more music!