Brian Coski

Brian Coski joined the faculty at Kennesaw State University as a part-time instructor of music in 2022.  He has received degrees from Liberty University (B.M.) and Georgia State University (M.M.). He has also been privileged to work as a classroom educator, choral director, and technical director in the Atlanta area arts and education community. Brian enjoys playing piano and keyboard for church worship services, fiddling with lights and sound for theater productions, and subjecting students to his enviable comedic style and classroom instruction.  

Coski is currently completing a Doctor of Music Education (D.M.E.) from Liberty University, researching the topic of technology in the music appreciation classroom. He has presented research and workshops at the College Music Society Southern Conference and the Georgia Independent Schools Association.

In addition to teaching courses at KSU, Mr. Coski has served as an adjunct professor at Georgia Military College and has taught all grade levels in local area schools as choral director and general music teacher. He has also served as musical or technical director for theater productions with iTheatrics, Theater of the Stars, and The Legacy Theatre. Brian enjoys teaching piano lessons to beginning to advanced students and offering a ukulele camp program every summer to students on the south side of Atlanta.