Brian Post



Dr. Brian Post has been teaching composition, music theory and music technology classes at Humboldt State University since the fall of 1998. He has a BA in piano performance from California State University, Hayward, an MM and DA in Theory and Composition from the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to his position at HSU, Dr. Post taught at Emporia State University, the University of Northern Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Music Technology Workshop, the Midwest Music Camp, the Interlochen Arts Camp, and the International Music Camp.

Compositions and arrangements by Dr. Post have been performed and recorded by the Greeley Philharmonic, Cal State Hayward Big Band, Interlochen Lab Band I, Interlochen Concert Band, ESU Wind Ensemble, Eranis Flute Ensemble, ESU A Cappella Choir, ESU Opera Company, Greeley Children's Chorale, and the HSU Wind Ensemble.

Compositions by Dr. Post include; the film score for “The Music Inside” a dramatic full-length feature film starring Amy Redford, Mary Ellen Trainor, and Brian Wimmer, “Stricken” a cross discipline work performed in Spain, scoring of an ancient East Indian play titled “Shakuntala” that received a Meritorious Achievement Award from the Kennedy Center, Radioman,” composed music and created sound effects for a two-hour premiere production focusing on war veterans and their struggles performed by the Dell’Arte Theater Co., "Prairie Creek Trails," a piece for cello and digitally altered nature sounds recorded in Redwood National Park, premiered at the 2018 Electronic Music Midwest Festival and “The Diamond,” written for digitally altered Tibetan Bells, rush hour sounds and video recorded in LA, scored for voice, cello and electric piano, premiered at the 2019 Atemporanea Festival, in Buenos Aires.


Composition, Music Theory, Music Technology, Film Scoring

Brian Post
(707) 826-5438
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