Flute, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, baritone/euphonium, tuba, and beginner piano instructor
During his time at Ohio State, Noah has played in many big bands and small group settings on a variety of instruments...
During his time at Ohio State, Noah has played in many big bands and small group settings on a variety of instruments. While his primary instrument is saxophone, he has also spent a great deal of time touring playing euphonium and trombone with the Music City Drum Corps (Nashville, TN) and Guardians Drum and Bugle Corps (Houston, TX). Noah’s performing career has also led him to spend 3 years with Matrix Performing Arts (Akron, OH) as a cymbal performer. All of these experiences combined have led him to be well versed in a wide variety of styles from jazz to funk and pop to classical. Noah’s primary philosophy as an instructor is to help his students develop a sound that is unique to them and reflects their interests and influences, while exposing them to new works to progress their musicianship.
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Bachelor of Music Education, Ohio State University | Director, “The Jazz Club Big Band.” | Beginner trumpet, theory, guitar, bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone instructor
Joel is a music education major at The Ohio State University.
While studying at OSU Joel has performed in numerous jazz ensembles, musicals, and directed his group “The Jazz Club Big Band.” Since high school, Joel has worked as a freelance musician performing throughout the Tri-State on multiple woodwind and string instruments. He is equally comfortable in contemporary pop, rock, jazz, and classical settings. Joel has been teaching his private studio as well as summer music camps for years. His teaching focuses on helping his students find their musical voice and passion for the art form. Joel uses student’s musical preferences to design a curriculum that engages them while expanding their musical horizons.
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B.M. Music Education, University of North Texas | M.M. Clarinet Performance, The Ohio State University | Clarinet, saxophone, flute, and piano instructor
Amy Conley received her Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of North Texas and...
…her Master’s degree in Clarinet Performance from The Ohio State University. At Ohio State she studied Clarinet Performance with James Pyne and Caroline Hartig.
Amy has taught woodwind lessons and masterclasses throughout Texas and Ohio. She has also performed with various groups in Texas and Ohio.
Amy loves all genres of music and sharing her love of music with her students. She teaches each student according to their ability and musical goals. Her aim is to instill a sense of music appreciation and bring out the best musician in each student.
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B.M. Music Performance (French Horn ), Denison University | M.M. Music Education, University of Illinois | Brass, percussion, woodwinds, beginner violin and beginner piano instructor
Phil Meyer is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a Master’s in Music Education...
...and a graduate of Denison University with a Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance on the French Horn. For the last six years, Phil has been a band director in central Illinois teaching students from beginners through high school, teaching concert bands, jazz band, small ensembles, and assisting with the high school marching band.
During his time at the University of Illinois, Phil was a graduate assistant with the Marching Illini, and the director of the Women’s Basketball Band, and Women’s Volleyball Band. Phil, his wife Allison, and their big dog Duke have recently relocated to central Ohio because Allison is going to be the Writing Center Director at the Ohio State University! Phil is very excited to be a part of the Red School of Music team, and looking forward to meeting all of the wonderful musicians along the way.