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Antonio Briseno

Antonio Briseño

Antonio Briseño
Associate Professor
Department of Music

Degrees:

M.A. Eastern New Mexico University
B.M.E. Eastern New Mexico University

CV/VITAE: Briseño Vitae

Classes Taught:

Music Appreciation
Marichi
Voice Methods in Mariachi
Applied Voice

Joined UTB:

1978

Area of Specialty and Responsibility:

Briseño has performed in Europe, Japan, Korea, and in Mexico where he has presented recitals and Master Classes in Puebla, Ciudad del Carmen, Tampico, Victoria, Reynosa, Mante, Matamoros, Teziutlan, and Zacatlan. Briseno performed in the prestigious Robert Shaw Festival Choir which performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City. He also presented the world premeire of "Saving Daylight Time," a nostalgic song cycle composed by David Patterson and based on poems by David Patterson’s wife, TenBroeck Davison, a Brownsville native living in Boston. In addition, Briseño gave a lecture recital of Spanish art songs for the Texas Music Educators Association conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Briseño founded the Mariachi Escorpion and has performed at the prestigious Encuentro Internacional del Mariachi y Charreria in Guadalajara, Mexico. Briseno teaches voice, mariachi, and music appreciation.

Previous Experience:

Choral Director
Elementary Music Teacher for Point Isabel IDS
Brownsville ISD

 

Office Hours - Fall 2014

Mon, Wed, & Friday                 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
               
Office: TABC 1.017
Phone: (956) 882-8943
Fax: (956) 882-3808
antonio.briseno@utb.edu

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