Instructor in Choral Music
Brad White has dedicated his life to music education for more than 30 years. Beginning in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford Independent School District (ISD), Brad was a choral director at Harwood Junior High where he taught for nine years. From there, he served at Richland High School and Birdville High School for fifteen years before moving into the position as Director of Fine Arts for Birdville ISD for six years. There, he was named Teacher of the Year on two occasions as well as awarded the Denius Award for Outstanding UIL Teachers.
A graduate of Texas Christian University (BME) and Texas Women’s University (MME), his choirs have performed for the Texas Music Educators Association with both Harwood and Richland. Brad has conducted three choir tours in Europe, was Vice President of the Texas Choral Directors Association and was a co-author of the Hal Leonard textbook series, “Essential Elements for Choir.” In 2008, Brad was fortunate to conduct a performance of area Methodist Church Choirs at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Brad was an adjunct Professor of Music Education at The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) and currently teaches at Texas Christian University (TCU), where he conducts the campus-wide male spirit group, “The TCU Frog Corps.” Brad is the founder of the “NRH2O Music Festival,” active in consulting, judging and working with area school districts and is also a member of White’s Chapel United Methodist Church, where he plays violin in the orchestra. Brad also enjoys family time with his wife Holly and their son, Taylor, who is currently pursuing a Choral Music Education major at TCU.
BME - Texas Christian University
MME - Texas Women's University