Stacey Baker

Dr. Stacy Baker is Professor of Music - Tuba/Euphonium at More - head State University (KY) where she was honored as the 2016-2017 Distinguished Creative Productions Award recipient and the 2014- 2015 Distinguished Teacher. Originally from Harsens Island, MI, she graduated summa cum laude with her B.M. and M.M. degrees from the University of Michigan as a James B. Angell scholar and holds a D.M.A. with highest honors from the University of Illinois. A former camper, she was honored to return to Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp as featured artist for the 32nd Annual Leonard Falcone Inter - national Euphonium and Tuba Festival in 2017. She has performed and presented clinics at numerous conferences hosted by the ITEA, IWBC, U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own” Tuba/Euphonium Work - shop, International Euphonium Tuba Festival, and the Kentucky, Florida, and Michigan Music Educator’s Associations. Dr. Baker has toured and recorded throughout the United States, Europe, and China as soloist, and as a founding member of Symbio - sisDuo, the R.S.V.B. and JUNCTION tuba/euphonium quartets, the IWBC’s Monarch Brass, the Athena Brass Band, the Lexington Brass Band and MSU’s Horizon Brass Quintet. She has also performed with the Brass Band of Battle Creek, Keith Brion’s New Sousa Band, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Her duo’s debut album, SymbiosisDuo, with euphoniumist, Dr. Gail Robertson was selected as finalist for the ITEA’s 2010 Roger Bobo Award for Recording Excellence in Chamber Music. The duo’s sec - ond album, Playground, was released in February 2015. In 2016, they joined Dr. Deanna Swoboda and SSG Lauren Veronie-Curran to release the R.S.V.B. Tuba/Euphonium Quartet album Fanfare and Flourish: Celebrating Women Composers. Dr. Baker appeared as the Featured Tuba Artist for the 2019 International Women’s Brass Con - ference at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. Dr. Baker and Dr. Gail Robertson presented the American premiere of the first double concerto for euphonium and tuba, The World of Dreams by Eduardo Nogueroles with Orchestra Iowa at the 2019 International Tuba Euphonium Conference at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA .
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Dr. Stacey Baker

Stacey Baker

Dr. Stacy Baker is Professor of Music - Tuba/Euphonium at Morehead State University (KY) where she was honored as the 2016-2017 Distin - guished Creative Productions Award recipient and the 2014-2015 Distinguished Teacher. Originally from Harsens Island, MI, she graduated summa cum laude with her B.M. and M.M. degrees from the University of Michigan as a James B. Angell scholar and holds a D.M.A. with highest honors from the University of Illinois. A former camper, she was honored to return to Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp as featured artist for the 32nd Annual Leonard Falcone International Eupho - nium and Tuba Festival in 2017. She has performed and presented clinics at numerous conferences hosted by the ITEA, IWBC, U.S. Army Band “Persh - ing’s Own” Tuba/Euphonium Workshop, Interna - tional Euphonium Tuba Festival, and the Kentucky, Florida, and Michigan Music Educator’s Associa - tions. Dr. Baker has toured and recorded throughout the United States, Europe, and China as soloist, and as a founding member of SymbiosisDuo, the R.S.V.B. and JUNCTION tuba/euphonium quartets, the IWBC’s Monarch Brass, the Athena Brass Band, the Lexington Brass Band and MSU’s Horizon Brass Quintet. She has also performed with the Brass Band of Battle Creek, Keith Brion’s New Sousa Band, and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra. Her duo’s debut album, SymbiosisDuo, with eupho - niumist, Dr. Gail Robertson was selected as finalist for the ITEA’s 2010 Roger Bobo Award for Record - ing Excellence in Chamber Music. The duo’s second album, Playground, was released in February 2015. In 2016, they joined Dr. Deanna Swoboda and SSG Lauren Veronie-Curran to release the R.S.V.B. Tuba/Euphonium Quartet album Fanfare and Flourish: Celebrating Women Composers. Dr. Baker appeared as the Featured Tuba Artist for the 2019 International Women’s Brass Conference at Arizona State University in Tempe, AZ. Dr. Baker and Dr. Gail Robertson presented the American premiere of the first double concerto for eupho - nium and tuba, The World of Dreams by Eduardo Nogueroles with Orchestra Iowa at the 2019 Inter - national Tuba Euphonium Conference at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, IA .
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