Mat Campbell Music

Composer. Arranger. Conductor. Percussionist. Educator.

 
Here is Mathew in his debut as a composer / conductor conducting his piece, Simple Gifts.

Here is Mathew in his debut as a composer / conductor conducting his piece, Simple Gifts.

Beginnings

Mathew had his debut as a composer and conductor with the premiere of his take on Simple Gifts with the UTRGV Brownsville String Orchestra in October 2011. He is extremely grateful for Dr. Martha Placeres's encouragement throughout the years. Their collaboration has spanned several years and three states. 

Since then...

Mathew has gone on to conduct his works for chamber ensembles, concert band, and orchestra at the The National Flute Convention in 2013, the Texas Music Educator's Conference from 2015-2016, ClarinetFest in 2016. He is extremely thankful for the opportunities given by Dr. Cristina Ballatori and Dr. Jonathan Guist.

 
Here is Mathew conducting the world premiere of his piece, Into the Void, with the UTRGV Wind Symphony in April 2016. (Photo Credit: Iris Gracia Campbell)

Here is Mathew conducting the world premiere of his piece, Into the Void, with the UTRGV Wind Symphony in April 2016. (Photo Credit: Iris Gracia Campbell)

Awards / Recognition

Mathew was the winner of the UTRGV Brownsville Concerto / Aria Competition - Instrumental Conducting Division. He was given the opportunity to conduct Rimsky-Korsakov's Dance of the Tumblers with the UTRGV Brownsville Symphony Orchestra in concert in April 2014.

Currently

Mathew is currently studying conducting as a Master of Music at Oklahoma City University. He is studying with Dr. Matthew Mailman (winds), Dr. Randi Ellefson (chorus), and Prof. Jeffrey Grogan (orchestra). Mathew is extremely grateful for the professionalism and expertise of his teachers. 

 

Mathew's conducting performances that are not his works consist of: 

Peter Schickle's Monochrome VIII, UTRGV Brownsville Flute Choir, TMEA 2016

Rimsky-Korsakov's Dance of the Tumblers, UTRGV Brownsville Symphony Orchestra, 2014

Howard Hanson's Chorale and Alleluia, Oklahoma City University Wind Philharmonic, 2017

Paul Hindemith's Symphony in B-flat, OCU Wind Philharmonic, 2017

Ron Nelson's Savannah River Holiday, OCU Wind Philharmonic, 2017