WSCXVI JEFFERY KYLE HUTCHINS Monologo en Tiempo do Joropo by Carolos Gonzalo Guzman Munoz

Jeffery Kyle Hutchins
(12:00, Thursday 12 July, St Leonard’s Chapel)
Jeffery Kyle Hutchins
Jeffery Kyle Hutchins, a Texas native, has been described by Eugene Rousseau as an ‘outstanding saxophonist with the keen ability to present convincing interpretations in a wide range of musical styles.’ Quickly gaining a reputation as one of his generation’s leading advocates of new and contemporary music, his playing has been described by notable contemporary composer James Dillon as having ‘real energy and brilliance.’ Hutchins has commissioned and premiered over twenty-five new works for the saxophone by many established and upcoming composers. He is a member of the Minneapolis-based contemporary music ensemble RenegadeEnsemble and is co-founder of AVIDduo, both groups dedicated to commissioning and performing the music of living composers. Additionally, he has presented recitals all across the United States including performances at the Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium and the North American Saxophone Alliance Conferences. As an educator, Hutchins maintains an active studio of saxophone and clarinet students in the Minneapolis area. Winner of the prestigious Berneking Fellowship, Hutchins is a graduate student at the University of Minnesota. He also holds degrees in performance and education from the University of North Texas. His primary teachers include Eric Nestler and world renowned saxophonist Eugene Rousseau. For more information, please visit

XVI World Saxophone Congress St Andrews 2012

Posted on 2 de August de 2012

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