Tyler Guzman

A native Coloradan, Tyler is an active educator and performer in the San Antonio area.

He has maintained an active private studio while attending school and has had the privilege to teach students who have gone on to win assorted contests and competitions and pursue music degrees themselves. Tyler also works closely with various schools and numerous band directors in giving masterclasses and leading sectionals for both clarinet and woodwind students throughout the school districts of Colorado, Arizona, and Texas.

As a performer, Tyler enjoys collaborating with chamber and large ensembles as well as performing solo works. He has won scholarships and concerto competitions throughout his studies and has performed such works as von Weber’s Concerto for Clarinet no. 2 with the Colorado Mesa Symphony Orchestra and Mozart’s Concerto for Clarinet in A major with the Four Seasons Orchestra in Scottsdale, AZ. Tyler was also a featured soloist during the 2014 CMEA conference alongside the Colorado Mesa Wind Symphony, performing Rimsky-Korsakov’s Flight of the Bumblebee. He performed with the rest of the Vientos Dulces clarinet quartet at the International Clarinet Association’s ClarinetFest 2019, where they premiered Miguel del Águila’s Transoceánica.

Tyler is currently a Doctoral Candidate at Arizona State University—where he also obtained his Master of Music degree—and is under the tutelage of Drs. Robert Spring and Joshua Gardner. He previously studied at Colorado Mes

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