Bryan Sharpe earned his bachelor's degree in Music Education from Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. Though his studies were primarily instrumental, Bryan actively pursued performance and teaching experience in choral and vocal music as well. Bryan's musical studies began at an early age when he began studying the guitar. At Wright State, Bryan studied trombone under the instruction of Gretchen McNamara and has performed in groups spanning genres from jazz, orchestral, choral, barbershop, gospel, pop, and rock.
Bryan currently serves as the director of a number of middle and high school age a cappella groups in the Dayton area. In addition to directing, arranging, and performing, Bryan has judged a cappella competitions at the collegiate and high school level and given presentations on vocal percussion and arranging techniques. Bryan's arrangements have been featured on award winning a cappella albums and have been featured on multiple volumes of Best of High School A Cappella. Bryan currently resides in Kettering, Ohio.