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From 2009, a performance at Stanford Lively Arts featuring Mark Applebaum’s Concerto for Florist.  Concerto for Florist and Ensemble from Mark Applebaum on Vimeo.

"Ed's Coed" Online - 1929 Silent Film

“Ed’s Coed” is a silent feature film produced by University of Oregon students in 1929. This version was digitized from a 16mm film print and includes an original score by Prof. Brian McWhorter (UO School of Music and Dance) and…

Insintesi - Antitaranta
Mark Gaulke (1957-2015)

Mark Gaulke was my first trumpet teacher and my high school band director. He was a great inspiration to me and so many others. He was charismatic about music, about swinging hard, and music education. He was a player; someone we…

I Live for Art

I Live for Art, a documentary on the creative process that features my work, has been enjoying some success. an official selection at the Boulder International Film Festival silver award @ the philadelphia international film festival best documentary (biographical) @…

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I was interviewed by Sound American on the topic of ritual and practice. You can find it here:

Beta Collide - Ed's Coed

The DVD is finally here: Ed’s Coed with original score by Brian McWhorter Ed's Coed – Pledge Rag Scene from beta collide on Vimeo.

Interview for Jens Lindemann's Trumpet Tip Tuesday

QUESTION 1 [THREE ON THE SAME TOPIC] Brian, what would you say are the most valuable assets to have during a performance? And even if you’re in a negative mental space, how do you push yourself out of that and…

Pink Baby Monster does Rimsky-Korsakov.

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