D.M.A., University of South Carolina
M.A., Middle Tennessee State University
B.M., University of Kentucky
Office: Foster 216
Mailing Address: Foster 101
Expert Areas: Trombone; Music Appreciation
Dr. Bradley J. Keesler serves as an adjunct professor of music at Eastern Kentucky University, and is an instructor of trombone and euphonium at Asbury University and an adjunct instructor of music at Midway University. Additionally, he manages and teaches private lessons through the Bluegrass Low Brass Studio comprised of middle and high school students in Central Kentucky. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky, a Master’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University, and a Doctoral degree from the University of South Carolina. His primary teachers have been Dale Warren, David Loucky, and Brad Edwards. He performs as a freelance musician throughout Kentucky and Ohio, and is the principal trombonist with the Lexington Brass Band. Originally from South Carolina, he currently lives in Cynthiana, Kentucky with his wife, Emily.