Aric Branchfield (b. 1969) is an American composer and educator.
Mr. Branchfield studied at the VanderCook College of Music (Bachelors degree in music education) and St. Joseph’s University (Masters degree in instructional technology. Currently he teaches elementary band in Pennsylvania, and he is also active in the Philadelphia area as a composer and arranger.
Branchfield is a former member of the Madison Scouts Drum and Bugle Corps, and has worked with top competing corps with Bands of America.
Works for Winds
- Einstein’s Garden (2010)
- Medieval Images (2009)
- My Dog Ate My Homework (2011)
- Odyssey (2013)
- Pilot's Hymn, A (2015)
- Shipwreck (2010)
- Victorian Overture (2013)
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "Aric Branchfield." Accessed 31 August 2016.