Thomas Brosh’s wide variety of acoustic and electronic compositions has been performed at colleges and universities throughout the USA, plus in France and Germany, and has been broadcast on radio and television in Colorado, New York and North Carolina. He has received commissions from the Community College of Aurora (CO), the University of Denver and the Colorado Wind Ensemble. He has written the original scores for theatre productions at the University of Denver and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. The American Music Research Center at the University of Colorado-Boulder is the official repository of his complete archive of original compositions and related materials.
His undergraduate and graduate studies in theory and composition were at the University of Kansas, University of Colorado-Boulder, Banff School of Fine Arts (Alberta, Canada), University of Denver and Catholic University of America. He retired from the Community College of Aurora (Aurora, CO) in 2001 as Professor of Music and Dean of Humanities, Fine Arts and Social Sciences. Prior to this, he was on the theory and composition faculty at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He holds active membership in the American Music Center, College Music Society and Living Music Foundation.