Garrett Breeze is a media composer, arranger, and trombonist residing in Nashville, TN where he is pursuing a Master's Degree from Belmont University's prestigious commercial music program.
He is extremely active in the competitive show choir scene, working full-time as an arranger and clinician for high school and collegiate show choirs in Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Alabama, Georgia, Virginia, South Dakota, and Utah.
He received his undergraduate degree in Commercial Music from Brigham Young University in Provo, UT, where he arranged and recorded music for international tours to more than 15 states and 10 countries, including two albums for the Young Ambassadors and music for BYU's Homecoming Spectacular with Tony-award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell (broadcast internationally on BYUtv). He also composed the music for the wildly popular BYU Museum of Art Exhibit "Sacred Gifts" which drew an estimated audience of over 300,000. After graduating, he worked as an orchestrator for Emmy-award winning composer Sam Cardon on a wide variety of projects including an album for Caleb Chapman"s "Crescent Super Band" and multiple film scores. He was also an intern for the Sundance Film Composer Labs, brushing shoulders with Hollywood greats including Alan Silvestri, Harry Gregson-Williams and Christopher Young.
As a trombonist, Garrett has recorded three albums with the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square, of which he was a member from 2012-2014. Other artists that he has performed with include: the Salt Lake Pops Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, BYU Young Ambassadors, BYU Wind Symphony, Deborah Voigt, John-Rhys Davies, Dallyn Bayles, the King Singers, Ice Hotel, and Tim Coffman.