Soloist and principal in
UANL Symphony Orchestra.
International orchestra musician and trumpet soloist Adrian D. Griffin is enjoying a lively and crowded race. Prior to his appointment trumpet soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Monterrey, Adrian has held positions as trumpet soloist with the Philharmonic of Jalisco, trumpet soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Monterrey, Ballet de Monterrey and the Metropolitan Opera Monterrey, fourth Trumpet / service with the Virginia symphony orchestra and professor of trumpet at the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Currently, Adrian is trumpet soloist with the Symphony Orchestra of Monterrey is located in Monterrey, Mexico. He also appeared in the 2011 Pan American Games at the opening ceremony.
As a doctor, Adrian has appeared at events such as the Convention of Texas Band Masters Association of Music Educators of Texas, the Association of Music Educators of Iowa, the Association of Music Educators New Jersey, and presented master classes and clinics throughout Mexico.
Adrian has published numerous articles in the magazine instrumentalist and is a regular contributor. In 2012, Adrian finished his greatest literary achievement; a book called buzz of brilliance, published by Oxford University Press.
Adrian is a performing artist and physician Conn / Selmer, Bach trumpets, besides being the first person in North America to be signed by Denis Wick as an artist and clinician. In 2012 he signed Adrian, besides being an artist and clinician for Schagerl trumpets Austria.