Adam Bruce

Adam Bruce is an active composer, clinician, and performer residing in the greater Tulsa area. His compositions and arrangements, published by C. Alan Publications and Tapspace Publications, have been performed at The Midwest Clinic International Band and Orchestra Conference, Bands of America Grand National Finals, the MACY'S Thanksgiving Day Parade, and a world premier at the Percussive Arts Society International Convention in 2022

Adam was the director of percussion for Union Public Schools (2014-2022) where his teaching and arrangements helped to lead the marching band and indoor drumline to multiple BOA Grand Nationals and WGI World Championship finals appearances. Previously, Adam was the percussion specialist at Western Heights Public Schools and Casady School, both in Oklahoma City. He has taught, presented, and performed at numerous conventions and camps including the OkMEA Conference, Music for All Summer Symposium, National Conference on Percussion Pedagogy (NCPP), and the Yamaha Sounds of Summer. 

As a performer, Adam has played with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra as well as the Colts, Bluecoats, and Cavaliers Drum & Bugle Corps. Adam taught on the DCI and WGI instructional staffs of the Cavaliers, Crossmen, Memphis Sound, and Gateway Indoor. Prior to his involvement in drum corps, Adam was a student at the Juilliard Summer Percussion Seminar. 

Adam has a master’s degree in Percussion Performance from Oklahoma City University and a bachelor's degree from Oklahoma Christian University in Instrumental Music Education. He works for the Palen Music Center in Broken Arrow, OK as the store manager where it truly is "All About The Kids" and os proud to be endorsed as an educational artist with Innovative Percussion and a Marching Artist with REMO Inc. Adam serves as the Vice President of the Oklahoma chapter of the Percussive Arts Society and is a member of ASCAP. For more information visit: www.abrucemusic.com 



A med-advanced, expressive mallet duet arrangement of the second movement from Schubert’s Sonata in A Major, D.959.
Duration: 4:20 | Level: Med-Advanced | Personnel: 2 players
$28.00
A med-advanced, expressive mallet duet arrangement of the second movement from Schubert’s Sonata in A Major, D.959.
Duration: 4:20 | Level: Med-Advanced | Personnel: 2 players
$28.00
An intricate med-advanced multipercussion quartet in two movements where inttricate, hocketed patterns and rhythms pass from player to player.
Duration: 3:45 | Level: Med-Advanced | Personnel: 4
$40.00
An intricate med-advanced multipercussion quartet in two movements where inttricate, hocketed patterns and rhythms pass from player to player.
Duration: 3:45 | Level: Med-Advanced | Personnel: 4
$40.00
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