Education: Master of Music Performance, University of Oklahoma
Bachelor of Music in Performance, Idaho State
Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies, University of Notre Dame.
Jeffrey Adam “Gus” Weaver has performed in symphonies, small ensembles, and as a
soloist for over two decades. His education and career have taken him from the
Southeast to the Midwest and the Northwest, and his performances range from
formal classical symphony concerts, weddings, funerals, mariachi, rock, prayer
services, and church services to informal business parties, private home gatherings,
art openings, and street festivals.
Mr. Weaver is a member of the Amarillo Symphony Orchestra in Texas and the Ft.
Smith Symphony in Arkansas. He also performs regularly as a member of Mariachi
Orgullo de America in the Oklahoma City and surrounding areas. As an instructor
and mentor he teaches violin and viola lessons and has taught group and individual
lessons in violin in Norman, Oklahoma; Pocatello, Idaho; Portland, Oregon; and
Mr. Weaver holds a Master of Music in Performance degree from the University of
Oklahoma and a Bachelor of Music in Performance degree from Idaho State
University. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in the Program of Liberal Studies
from the University of Notre Dame. His principal violin teachers include Hal
Grossman, Keum Hwa Cha, Chung Park, Carol Sindell, Carolyn Plummer, and Igor
Markstein. His principal viola teacher was Chung Park. Mr. Weaver has performed
in master classes for Aaron Barofsky, Yosuke Kawasaki, Kirsten Yon, and Dierdre