Garrett Breeze is media composer, arranger, trombonist, and recent graduate of Brigham Young University’s Commercial Music program.
He is extremely active in the competitive show choir scene, working full-time as an arranger and clinician for high school and collegiate show choirs in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, and Utah. Choirs singing his music have appeared on radio and television, toured internationally, and won numerous awards at regional, state, and national competitions, including victories in the Indiana State Show Choir Championships (2010, 2012, 2014) and FAME LA (2014).
During his time at BYU he arranged and recorded music for international tours to more than 15 states and 10 countries, including two albums for the Young Ambassadors. In 2012 his music was featured in BYU’s main stage production of “Love’s Labor’s Lost” and his music for Homecoming Spectacular (with Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell) was broadcast to an international audience on BYUtv. During the summer of 2011 he was an intern for the Sundance Film Composer Labs, brushing shoulders with Hollywood greats including Alan Silvestri, Harry Gregson-Williams and Christopher Young. For his senior capstone he scored the introductory film for the BYU Museum of Art’s exhibit “Sacred Gifts” which is expected to draw more than 300,000 visitors. He continues to teach on campus as director of the Scandinavian Choir.
Residing in Provo, UT with his wife Heather, Garrett maintains a busy schedule as a freelance/studio trombonist and music copyist, performing throughout the Utah Valley/Salt Lake area. He is a member of the Orchestra at Temple Square (which accompanies the Mormon Tabernacle Choir) and principal trombonist for the newly-formed Salt Lake Pops Orchestra, which boasts more than 4 million views on YouTube.