Gerard Spicer performs as a soloist and chamber musician in Canada and the United States. He was the winner of the 2014 University of Florida Concerto Competition, performing the Tomasi Concerto with the University of Florida Symphony Orchestra. He will serve as Adjunct Assistant Professor to the saxophone studio at the University of Florida for 2018-2019.
Recently, Gerard has performed with The Gainesville Orchestra, Imperial Symphony Orchestra, at the Music and Aesthetics Symposium, and in musicals produced by the Ocala Civic Theater and Santa Fe College. Additionally, he presents regularly at the Southeastern Saxophone Summit and at North American Saxophone Alliance conferences. Previous performances include the 50th Society of Composers, Inc. conference, the Florida Contemporary Music Festival, and the Harn Museum of Art.
Gerard holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Florida, where he studied with Dr. Jonathan Helton. He also holds an Artist Diploma and Bachelor of Honors Music Education from the University of Western Ontario. He maintains a private studio in Gainesville, Florida, with students from across Central Florida.