Producer and Syndication Host
Burke Anderson received his Doctorate in Horn Performance from Indiana University in 2020, with minors in Music Theory and Historical Performance Practice. His dissertation was on François Brémond, who transitioned the Paris Conservatory from natural horn to valve horn between 1893 and 1903, decades after the rest of Europe had already made the same transition.
He has given lectures about horn history at Wabash College, Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music, Central Washington University, Bloomington Early Music Festival, and Gallery Concerts in Seattle.
Burke also maintains an active teaching and performance career. He teaches at Wabash College where he is an Adjunct Instructor and at Brownsburg Community School Corporation where he is the Horn Instructor. As a performer, Burke specializes in historical performance practice and has performed all around the country with ensembles such as Teatro Nuovo (NY), Live Oaks Baroque Orchestra (CA), Dallas Bach Society, and Bourbon Baroque (Louisville), among others
Burke currently serves as a Producer and Host for Classical Music Indy’s Syndication Services.