Assistant Professor of Percussion at the University of Delaware, Dr. Tim Broscious (b. 1980) has spent his life on the move, experiencing different music and cultures from around the world. Spending three years as Professor of Percussion at the National Music Conservatory in Amman Jordan, Tim was immersed to study traditional Arabic music, performing with the conservatorys Arabic Ensemble in addition to his study of Haitian, Brazilian, and West African drumming.
Tim has also performed with groups including the Duluth Superior Symphony Orchestra, the Northeast Pennsylvania Philharmonic, the Lyric Opera of the North, the Minnesota Ballet, Twin Ports Wind Orchestra, Arrowhead Chorale, and the Big Time Jazz Orchestra to name a few and he can also be heard on Innova, Centaur, and Equilibrium labels.
As a founding member of the Quey Percussion Duo, Tim has performed across the US and throughout the world performing in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, the Czech Republic, France, Jordan, and the UK.
An advocate for new works, he has been integral in the creation of over 200 pieces through the Quey Percussion Duo Composition Contest and working directly with composers such as John Luther Adams, Stuart Saunders Smith, David Macbride, Emmanuel Sajourna, Alejandro Vinao,
Adam Silverman, Casey Cangelosi and Gene Koshinski. Additionally, his own compositions are published by Bachovich Music Publications.
Tim is the recipient of the Delaware Division of the Arts and the Delaware State Arts Council 2022 Individual Artist Fellowship and is endorsed by Pearl/Adams Instruments, Sabian Cymbals, Vic Firth sticks and mallets, and Remo drumheads. He is currently serving on the Percussive Arts Society Education Committee and is a past president of the MN chapter.