Journey of Dreams
Brian Ulrich was born in Rochester, NY where his love for music was formed and remains with him today. Brian studied music performance at the Houchstein School of Music, and jazz theory under Chuck Mangione at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester. As a doubler on saxophone, clarinet and flute, Brian toured Europe with the American Symphony and Chorus and has performed with Chuck Mangione, The Eddie Love Big Band, The Statesman, The Rochester Philharmonic, The Gainesville Symphony, The KBS Trio, High Society, Sentimental Journey, The Victory Jazz Orchestra, The Modernaires and numerous show orchestras. Brian is the premier artist at the Renaissance Pineisle Resort on Lake Lanier Islands, Georgia. He was honored as the first time featured music artist at the renowned Kayne Gallery's Exhibition held at Club 755 in Atlanta. Brian has performed on TV 18 for their New Year's Eve special and for their Blue Sky Concert series, as well as appearing on the Good Morning Gainesville show. He is a regularly featured guest on WATC TV's Atlanta Live show and has performed on Atlanta radio. Brian works extensively in the greater Metropolitan Atlanta area with local schools. As a Woodwind Specialist, he performs Master Clinics and conducts sectional rehearsals, gives group and private lessons, and works with area bands. Understanding the importance of a sound musical foundation, Brian has completed his new book Essential Fundamentals of Music. With a strong commitment to community, Brian performs many hours at area nursing homes and churches, as well as performs for charity fund-raisers. Brian resides on Lake Lanier, Georgia with his wife and son and has recently released his new CD project Journey of Dreams. Brian is sponsored by Cannonball Musical Instrument Company, one of the country's fastest growing instrument manufacturers.