Mr. Wetherbee has researched and recorded works by Sergei Taneyev, Jonathan Leshnoff, Tibor Harsanyi, and Reza Vali. He has been invited to present concerts and presentations on this music and other repertoire in venues throughout the United States, Canada, Japan, South America, and been invited to major peer institutions including the University of Missouri Kansas City, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Texas (Austin). He has been commissioned to compose original musical scores for two theatrical productions, The Diary of Anne Frank and Cleopatra.
Research, performance, and recording of classical, jazz, and contemporary music, composing original scores and researching pedagogical methods of teaching violin
PMUS 3706 - Violin
Spring 2018 / Fall 2018 / Spring 2019 / Spring 2020 / Fall 2020 / Spring 2021
PMUS 4517 - Orchestral Repertoire
Trains practice techniques for string players to master orchestral excerpts needed for all orchestra and festival auditions. Through careful listening students learn the four basic elements of orchestral excerpt preparation: rhythm, intonation, tone quality, interpretation.