• Gary Edwards

Gary Edwards

Gary A. Edwards Composer

Gary A. Edwards was born in Spokane, Washington. He started playing string bass in the Spokane Symphony orchestra at age 18. Gary graduated from Indiana University with a BME degree.

Gary taught public school instrumental music and played bass in the Louisville Symphony Orchestra.

Since 1956, Gary has performed in bands of all sizes from single to symphony and all styles from opera to rock and country; to classical, choral and musical theatre.

Gary composes in most styles including classical, rock, country, children's, jazz, choral, gospel and musical theatre. He has published nine books and dozens of articles in magazines. His music has received airplay in Washington, Idaho and other states and internationally in Argentina, Russia, Estonia and other countries.

He writes for various types of groups including piano solo, cello solo, bass solo and duet, string trio, string orchestra, youth orchestra, full orchestra, wind, band and brass ensemble, pit orchestra, rock and country bands at all levels of difficulty.

Gary has written four musicals. He has also written two concertos, two screenplays, a TV sit-com and hundreds of pieces of music.

He has released six CDs, two music videos and formed Edwards Music publishing.com company ASCAP that primarily releases his music. Gary currently works as a composer for video soundtracks and Editor/Videographer at CMTV Channel 14 in Spokane and is an Associate Producer for Stogie (film) Productions LLC.




30 December 2019, News
2019 A Good Year for Creativity
In April 5th, 2019 Eastern Washington University presented a concert of five songs from my Qualchan Opera.In October I produced and directed a show at the Coeur d'Alene Tribal Casino featuring  Cecilia Curtis singing Mildred Bailey songs. In ...
19 January 2012, News
2011 important music events in the life of Gary A. Edwards
I’ve had another busy year writing music and making films.   I just released a new CD called The Windows To Your Soul sung by a fantastic singer named Timari. I went to Hollywood for two weeks in April and pitched a TV show idea called ...