Bryon Wilson is a freelance pianist based in Minneapolis. Bryon divides his time between teaching, coaching, and playing and has performed with numerous artistic organizations including Schubert Club, Thursday Musical, NATS, and Mill City Opera. In 2015 Bryon performed in the world premiere of Minnesota Concert Opera’s La Divina, a one-woman play about Maria Callas. Bryon also studies and performs music composed by holocaust prisoners in Theresienstadt and recently presented a lecture recital on the topic as part of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas series on Holocaust survivors in Minnesota.
Bryon maintains an active piano studio, and his students have entered music programs at Indiana University, New York University, Boston University, and Interlochen Arts Camp. During his Master's and Doctoral studies in Collaborative Piano at the University of Minnesota, Bryon worked with Timothy Lovelace, Noriko Kawai, and Margo Garrett. Bryon is on the faculty of Macphail Center for Music and is organist at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Edina, MN. Bryon spends two months every summer commercial salmon fishing in Bristol Bay, AK.