Daryl Price

Instructor, Concert Band

B.Mus, B.Mus. Ed., M. Ed.

Mr. Price has been a sessional instructor at the University of Alberta conducting Concert Band since 2016. He has been teaching in the Secondary School system in Alberta for the past seventeen years and taught in is native province of Newfoundland. He completed Bachelor of Music and Bachelor of Music Education degrees from Memorial University of Newfoundland as a trumpet player, and he completed a Master of Education at the University of Alberta. His expertise as a musical leader and clinician is quite extensive with eighteen years of directing in both the choral and instrumental genres, as well as fifteen years of expertise music directing for numerous musical theatre companies and community bands in and around the Edmonton and area.

Mr. Price is a multifaceted musician. He has sung in many choirs from National Youth Choir (1998) to the Greenwood Singers in Edmonton. As an instrumentalist, he has played in many ensembles in and around the area including the University of Alberta's Saxophone Ensemble and most recently with University of Alberta's Symphonic Wind Ensemble as a Horn player, a Bass Clarinettist and Bassoonist.

Recent Representative Work

University of Alberta Concert Band Director (2016 -current)
Clinician for Secondary Schools (2013 - Current)
Music Education Chair at St. Albert Public Schools - Music Enrichment Band and Choral Programs for Elementary Students (2015)
Organizer for St. Albert Public Schools Night of Music at Winspear (2016)
University of Alberta Summer Band Director (2012 - 2014)
Bassoonist with University of Alberta Symphonic Winds (2014 - current)
Bassoonist with University of Alberta Symphony Orchestra (2016)

Career Highlights and Achievements

Excellence in Teaching Provincial Award Recipient - 2008

Email: dprice@ualberta.ca
Office: FAB 1-13
Hours: by appointment
Ensemble Instruction:
UofA Concert Band
Areas of Research & Interest:
Masters Study - Hearing the Boys' Voices Too: Helping Teachers Maximize Male Enrollment in Secondary School Choirs