Tyler Treacy is a multifaceted musician, with aspirations as hornist, composer, and conductor. Currently, Tyler is pursuing his Master’s Degree in Horn Performance from Bowling Green State University (Ohio), which he will complete in the Spring of 2019. At BGSU, Tyler works extensively with the marching band, athletic bands, and concert bands; he continues to maintain an active schedule composing, arranging, and conducting while concurrently studying with Grammy Award-winning hornist, Dr. Andrew Pelletier.
Originally from Loveland, Colorado, Tyler completed his Bachelor of Music degree in Horn Performance from the University of Wyoming (2015). During his tenure at UW, Tyler served as Principal Horn of both the Wind Symphony and Symphony Orchestra for several years, studying with Professor Jason Johnston. Tyler has also studied with many different horn players over the past several years, including Denise Tryon, Steven Gross, Jesse McCormick, Susan McCullough, Jeff Nelson, Bernhard Scully, and Chris Castellanos. Tyler has also privately studied conducting, and made his collegiate ensemble debut with the University of Wyoming Symphony Orchestra during their 2014-2015 season.
In 2011, Tyler co-founded the Grand Avenue Brass, and has appeared in a number of performances as a member over the group’s history. Outside of work with GAB, Tyler has acted as principal horn in the Powder River Symphony.