Gus Weaver

Gus Weaver - Violin, Music Theory, Music HistoryGus Weaver
Violin, Music Theory, Music History

Gus Weaver is a Norman performing artist who specializes in classical music. His recent performances include Norman Art Walks and area gatherings, the 2015 Taneycomo Music Festival Orchestra in Branson, MO, and section violinist in the Amarillo and Ft. Smith Symphonies. Many of these performances express his effort to bring classical music to places it is normally not found and to people who don’t usually hear it.

His non-classical music work includes contemplative music performances and square dances.

Mr. Weaver has been playing for 27 years. He pursued violin studies at the University of Notre Dame, Portland State University, Idaho State University, and the University of Oklahoma, and he pursued viola studies at Idaho State University. He has a Master of Music in Violin Performance from the University of Oklahoma, where he studied with Hal Grossman, and a Bachelor of Music in Violin Performance from Idaho State University, where he studied with Chung Park and Keum Hwa Cha.