Faculty & Staff
Adjunct Faculty Music
Office Location: Cunningham Cma
Tyler Ogilvie received his collegiate training in music from Ithaca College. In 2005, Ogilvie earned his bachelor degree (B.M.) in music education, with which he served the public schools of New Jersey and Connecticut before returning to Ithaca College to further pursue his studies in horn performance (M.M.).
Currently, Ogilvie serves on the music faculties of Susquehanna University and Dickinson College, teaching horn performance studies and chamber music. During his tenure, he has also taught music theory and brass methods. In the summer, he instructs horn at the Susquehanna University Wind Ensemble Institute, as well as the Ithaca College Summer Music Academy Intermediate Division. Ogilvie is principal horn in the Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes and frequently performs with Symphoria! (former Syracuse Symphony Orchestra). He has appeared as a featured soloist throughout New York state and freelances regularly with regional orchestras and ensembles throughout New York and Pennsylvania.
In addition to his freelance orchestral work, Ogilvie composes electroacoustic compositions that utilize sound effect processors, pre-recorded soundtracks and visual multimedia elements (www.tyviemusic.com). He specializes in bringing his own brand of music/visual art to youthful audiences, having presented school assemblies throughout New York and Pennsylvania. His aim is to connect music cross-curricularly to the sciences, math, nature, history and the visual arts. Ogilvie was inducted to the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society in 2010. His principal teachers include Alexander Shuhan and Edward Albinski.
- MUSC-001 Brass Lesson
- MUSC-002 Brass Lesson
- MUSC-040 Brass Class I
- MUSC-076 Chamber Music
- MUSC-161 Theory I: Diatonic Harmony