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Washington State University

110 9th Ave SW

Puyallup, Washington, 98371

United States

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Washington State University conducts transformational research and provides world-class education to more than 26,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Founded in 1890 in Pullman, it is Washington's original land-grant university, with a miss...more

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David Jarvis (composer)
David Jarvis is a Professor of Music, Composer and the Coordinator of Percussion Studies at Washington State University and has performed internationally in both classical and jazz arenas. He is a member of Jazz Northwest, Nighthawk and Gator Tail (WSU Faculty Jazz Groups) and has traveled around the country giving workshops and clinics in both classical and jazz performance. He was principal timpanist with the Washington-Idaho Symphony for over 20 years and principal percussionist for the Oregon Coast Music Festival Orchestra for over 14 years. He is the co-founder of the popular jazz group, the Dozier-Jarvis Trio in addition to co-member of the Jarvis-Hagelganz Quartet and trumpet/percussion duo, Cameradschaft. He specializes in solo literature written for percussion and electronic sound. Prof. Jarvis is a member of the Percussive Arts Society, MENC, and an artist/clinician for the Yamaha Corporation. His compositions are published by Lauren Keiser Music Publishing (formally known as Southern Music Co.), Honeyrock Publishing Company, C. Alan Publications, Activist Music and Audible Intelligence Music.


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Percussion, David JarvisA native of Michigan, Mr. Jarvis began his musical career on piano and percussion at the age of ten in the school music programs and in private lessons.He was performing professionally in the Detroit area by the age of twelve.Jarvis left the Great Lake state to pursue a degree in music education at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska.During this time he studied percussion with Prof. Albert Rometo and was a member of the Lincoln Symphony Orchestra and jazz drummer for the Neo Classic Jazz Orchestra in addition to freelance performance with many local musicians.In 1977, Jarvis completed his B.S. degree in music education and moved to the northwest where he taught junior high band in Moscow, Idaho.He continued with his playing career as principal timpanist with the Washington-Idaho Symphony and drummer with the popular Dozier-Jarvis Trio.Two years later Jarvis decided to further his education and began a masters program at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington.During this period he continued performing with the symphony and the trio in addition to building a solo career for the future.Studying jazz education and all facets of directing a marching band program in addition to percussion performance gave Jarvis a busy schedule during his tenure at Washington State.Upon completion of his M.A. degree in 1981, Jarvis moved back east to Des Moines, Iowa and served as Assistant Director of Bands at Drake University.While directing the marching band and jazz program he continued to perform four to six nights a week with the local musicians.He was in demand as a clinician, adjudicator, and performer throughout the Midwest.In 1983, Jarvis moved to Dayton, Ohio and became the Director of Marching Band, Jazz Studies, and Percussion Studies at the University of Dayton.In 1984, he received a leave of absence to perform full time with the pop top 40 group Hipocket.He was also a member of the jazz fusion group Watersign which gained great popularity in the Dayton/Cincinnati area.It was in 1987 when Mr. Jarvis was offered a Director of Percussion Studies at Washington State University.Since he has moved back to the northwest, Jarvis has reformed the Dozier-Jarvis Trio (In 91 the group added a saxophonist and are now called The Dozier-Jarvis-Jensen Quartet.), performs with the Washington-Idaho Symphony, and has embarked on a solo career in percussion performance.Mr. Jarvis specializes in literature written for percussion and electronic sound and has performed solo concerts around the country featuring this style of literature.In 1988, he received a state grant to compose a classical style work for multiple percussion and digital electronic synthesis.His teaching duties at Washington State include directing the W.S.U. Percussion Ensemble, W.S.U. Mallet Ensemble, and W.S.U. Percussion Chamber Ensemble.He teaches studio percussion to 10 percussion majors (both performance and education) and the history of jazz.Mr. Jarvis is also a doctoral candidate at the University of Oregon in Eugene, Oregon.Mr. Jarvis still continues to teach a few select private students in addition to his university percussion majors.Mr. Jarvis is the co-president of the Washington state chapter of the Percussive Arts Society and a member of M.E.N.C., I.A.J.E., and the American Federation of Musicians (no. 105).He is also a clinician for the Yamaha Corporation specializing in electronic percussion and drum set.Some of his compositional works are published by Southern Music Co. in San Antonio, Texas.


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When I made it to college in 1986, Dave was teaching at WSU, Washington state university. I used to go and listen to him play with may groups. he was an outstanding drummer in my eyes. I always tried to emulate what he was doing on the drums in my own playing. Watching him play the drums gave me focus that I hadn't felt before. I worked very hard to try and garnish everything I could from his lessons (even though he didn't know i was taking notes.) Later on, I was teaching in the town of Pullman, Washington and Dave wanted to take a sabbatical. He reached out to me and asked if I would like to take over his students and duties at Washington State University. David Jarvis is a Professor of Music, Composer and the Coordinator of Percussion Studies at Washington State University and has performed internationally in both classical and jazz arenas. He is a member of Jazz Northwest, Nighthawk and Gator Tail (WSU Faculty Jazz Groups) and has traveled around the country giving workshops and clinics in both classical and jazz performance. He was principal timpanist with the Washington-Idaho Symphony for over 20 years and principal percussionist for the Oregon Coast Music Festival Orchestra for over 14 years. He is the co-founder of the popular jazz group, the Dozier-Jarvis Trio in addition to co-member of the Jarvis-Hagelganz Quartet and trumpet/percussion duo, Cameradschaft. He specializes in solo literature written for percussion and electronic sound. Prof. Jarvis is a member of the Percussive Arts Society, MENC, and an artist/clinician for the Yamaha Corporation. His compositions are published by Lauren Keiser Music Publishing (formally known as Southern Music Co.), Honeyrock Publishing Company, C. Alan Publications, Activist Music and Audible Intelligence Music. David Jarvis


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David Jarvis
David Jarvis (b. 1954) is a Professor of Music and the Coordinator of Percussion Studies at Washington State University and has performed internationally in both classical and jazz arenas. In addition to performing regularly with the Dozier-Jarvis Trio, Prof. Jarvis is a member of Jazz Northwest (The WSU Faculty Jazz Group) and has traveled around the country giving workshops and clinics in jazz performance. He was principal timpanist with the Washington-Idaho Symphony for over 20 years and still the principal percussionist for the Oregon Coast Music Festival Orchestra. Jarvis is also the co-member of the trumpet/percussion duo, Cameradschaft and specializes in solo literature written for percussion and electronic sound. He is a member of the Percussive Arts Society, MENC, ASCAP, and an artist/clinician for the Yamaha Corporation. His compositions have been performed all over the world.


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