1 CURRICULUM VITAE JON GUDMUNDSON Utah State University, Logan, UT Tel: (435) EDUCATION: Doctor of Arts University of Northern Colorado, 1999 Saxophone Performance and Pedagogy. Emphasis in Jazz Pedagogy. Master of Music Indiana University, 1995 Jazz Studies, Cognate Field of Music Education. Bachelor of Music Western Washington University, 1991 Saxophone Performance, Jazz Studies. Associate of Arts North Seattle Community College, 1988 Associate of Fine Arts, Music NSCC, 1988 Certificate of Fine Arts, Jazz NSCC, 1988 TEACHING EXPERIENCE: Utah State University, August present Associate Professor of Music, Director of Jazz Studies. Saxophone, Saxophone Quartet, Jazz History, Jazz Improvisation, Jazz Combos, Director of Jazz Orchestra (Big Band) Brevard College, Assistant Professor of Music, Director of Jazz Studies. Saxophone, Jazz History, Jazz Theory/Improvisation I, II, Jazz Styles, Director of Brevard Jazz Ensemble (Big Band), Coach of various chamber ensembles Instructor of Jazz Improv at Brevard College Summer Program Director of Brevard College Jazz Workshop
2 TEACHING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg 2 University of Northern Colorado, Graduate Teaching Assistant for Gene Aitken, Jazz Studies. Jazz History Director of Jazz Lab Band V (Big Band) Director of Jazz Combos II and III Admin. Duties, UNC Jazz Press and Jazz Studies Program Graduate Teaching Assistant for Roger Greenberg, Woodwind Dept. Applied Saxophone Coach of Saxophone Ensembles Recruiting Indiana University, Associate Instructor in Jazz Studies for David Baker. Beginning and Advanced Improvisation History of Bebop, History of Jazz Jazz Combos PERFORMING EXPERIENCE: Ongoing Several local and regional performances with the Jon Gudmundson/Todd Fallis Quintet, Larry Smith Kicks Big Band, Crescent Jazz Festival All-Star Big Band, Crestmark Orchestra (big band), FOUR (jazz saxophone quartet), Night Flight (jazz quartet), Way Way East Bay (nine piece soul/funk/jazz ensemble), Larry Smith Jazz Combo, Rock Bottom Blues Revue, The Blues Blazers, Leonard Ray Band, Orjazm, Mambo Jambo, Brad Wright Pink Floyd Project, HK3, at venues such as the Helper Arts Festival, Jazz at the Plaza (Park City), Utah State Fair, Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City, Summerfest Music and Art Faire, Utah Arts Festival (Salt Lake City), etc. To save space, most casuals (e.g. private parties, dances) have been omitted World Saxophone Congress. Performance by jazz saxophone quartet FOUR, ASEAN National Hall, Bangkok, Thailand, July World Saxophone Congress. World premiere of Arkansas Power Surge for Alto and Baritone Saxophone, by Paul Elwood. Performed with saxophonist Mark Watkins. ASEAN National Hall, Bangkok, Thailand, July Way Way East Bay. Summerfest closing act performance, Temple Grounds, downtown Logan, June 19.
3 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Citrus and Sage Jazz Quintet. Summerfest performance, Temple Grounds, downtown Logan, June Way Way East Bay. Music In The Street, downtown Logan, June FOUR. Concert at Brigham Young University Idaho with jazz saxophone quartet, Rexburg, ID, June Way Way East Bay. Sulatan s, Logan, UT June Solar Fest. Performed with several bands at festival for alternative energy, Cache Valley Unitarian Universalist Church, May Summon the Heroes. Narrator for Casey at the Bat with Salt Lake Symphonic Winds in concert, Salt Lake City, May Jazz Kicks Big Band. Concert featuring the works of Gerry Mulligan, The Performance Hall, Utah State University, April Low Sunday Mass. Performed with jazz quintet for service at St. John s Episcopal Church, downtown Logan, UT, April Jam Session with trumpeter Byron Stripling. Why Sound, downtown Logan, April Way Way East Bay. Sultan s, Logan, UT, April 3, Jam Session with pianist Mel Shore. Why Sound, downtown Logan, February Larry Smith Quartet. Performed for swing dance at historic Elite Hall, Hyrum, UT, February Jazz at the Sky Club. Performed with Dominic Spera at annual fundraising event for student scholarships, Sky Room of the Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, February Jam Session with trumpeter Bob Taylor. Why Sound, downtown Logan, February Larry Smith Quartet. Performed for swing dance at historic Elite Hall, Hyrum, UT, November Celebrate America. Performed with Kicks Big Band for show, Layton Civic Center, Layton, UT, November 14.
4 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Brad Wright Pink Floyd Project. Performed on tenor and baritone saxophone for re-creation of Dark Side of the Moon, Justin Hamilton Bldg., Logan, UT Oct Jam Session with saxophonist Tom Walsh. Why Sound, downtown Logan, October Moondog Ball. Performed with Radoslav Lorkavic and the Blue Blazers for annual benefit for Four Paws Animal Clinic, Logan Country Club, October Way Way East Bay. Performed at annual Cache Gardeners Market Harvest Festival, Downtown Logan, Utah, October Brad Wright Pink Floyd Project. Performed on tenor and baritone saxophone for re-creation of Dark Side of the Moon, Le Nonne, Logan, UT Sept Jam Session with guitarist Jamie Findlay and saxophonist Brent Jensen. Why Sound, downtown Logan, September Airfare. USU Faculty recital. Performed with Nicholas Morrison and Leslie Timmons, David Gillingham s American Counterpoint for Flute, Clarinet and Alto Saxophone, September Celebrate America. Performed with Jazz Kicks Big Band for annual show and dance. Taggart Student Center at Utah State University, September Jon Gudmundson Quintet. USU Campaign Event, The Depot, Salt Lake City, August USU Alumni Band. Alto I and featured soloist, Kent Concert Hall, August Way Way East Bay. Brown Bag Series, City/County Building, downtown Salt Lake City, July Indiana University Festival Jazz Orchestra. Featured soloist with all-star big band directed by David N. Baker, with jazz luminaries Ralph Bowen, Roger Pemberton, Brent Wallarab, Hunt Butler, Tom Walsh, Pat Harbison, Steve Houghton, Luke Gillespie, Shannon LeClaire, others, Musical Arts Center, Bloomington, IN, July Tribute to Gerry Mulligan and Chet Baker. Featured baritone saxophonist in tribute by jazz group Jazz Fables, Bear s Place, Bloomington, IN, July 10.
5 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg USU Alumni Band. Alto I, On the Quad, July Way Way East Bay. Utah Arts Festival, closing act of festival, Park Stage, downtown Salt Lake City, June Citrus and Sage Jazz Quartet. Logan Summerfest, Tabernacle Grounds, Logan, UT June Way Way East Bay. Logan Summerfest, Tabernacle Grounds, Logan, UT June Way Way East Bay. Pepperidge Farms, Richmond, UT, June Way Way East Bay. Junior League Charity Ball, Union Station, Ogden, UT, May Kicks Big Band. Concert at The Performance Hall, Utah State University, April UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival. Featured soloist with All Star Big Band at largest non-competitive jazz festival in the United States, Greeley, CO, April Crescent Jazz Festival. Featured soloist and performer with All Star Latin Big Band with Conrad Herwig, Ed Calle, Alex Acuna, Claudio Roditi, Kirk Whalum, Adolfo Acosta, others, at the largest jazz festival in Utah, Lone Peak High School, Orem, UT, March FOUR. World Premiere performance of Three Contemplations for Saxophone Quartet and Symphony Band by Mark Watkins, with the BYU-Idaho Symphony Band, February Pink Floyd Project. Tribute to the band, with complete performances of Dark Side of the Moon and Shine On You Crazy Diamond. Sultan s, Logan, UT February 8 and Larry Smith Jazz Kicks Big Band. Utah State University Performance Hall, December Way Way East Bay. Port O Call, Salt Lake City, Utah, November Larry Smith Jazz Combo. Elite Hall, Hyrum, Utah, November Way Way East Bay. Port O Call, Salt Lake City, October 20.
6 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg The Blues Blazers. Moondog Ball, Logan Golf and Country Club, October Larry Smith Jazz Kicks Big Band. USU Homecoming Dance, Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, September Brad Wright Dark Side of the Moon Project. Le Nonne, Logan, Utah, September Celebrate America. Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, September Jon Gudmundson Quartet. Needham House One Hundredth Birthday Party, downtown Logan, Utah, August Mike Calabrese Sextet. Teton Pines Resort, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, August Utah State University Summer Band. Concert on the Quad at USU, July Way Way East Bay. Pioneer Days Celebration. Willow Park, Logan, Utah, July Utah State University Summer Band. Concert on the Quad at USU, July Lydia Pense and Cold Blood. Salt Lake City International Jazz Fstival, downtown SLC, July Brent Jensen Jazz Quintet. Sun Valley, Idaho, July Jay Lawrence Big Band. Orem, Utah, June Way Way East Bay. Summerfest Music and Arts Faire, Downtown Logan, Utah, June Orjazm. White Owl, Logan, May Larry Smith Kicks Big Band. Morgan Theatre, Utah State University, May Larry Smith Jazz Combo. Elite Hall Benefit Dance. April Larry Smith Jazz Comobo. Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, April Larry Smith Jazz Combo. Providence Stake Dance.
7 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Larry Smith Jazz Combo and Kicks Big Band. Old Main Society event, Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, March Larry Smith Jazz Combo. Ward Dance, Logan, February Orjazm. The Wine Cellar, Ogden, February Way Way East Bay. December Commencement Exercises, Spectrum, Utah State University, December Kicks Big Band. Taggart Student Center Auditorium, Utah State University, November Jon Gudmundson Quintet at the Blue Bird, Logan, October Way Way East Bay. Cache Valley Gardeners Market Harvest Festival, October Larry Smith Jazz Combo. Old Main Society. Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, September Celebrate America. Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, September Brent Jensen/Jon Gudmundson Pianoless Quartet. Warm Springs Lodge, Sun Valley, ID, August Way Way East Bay. Concerts in the Park, Mendon, UT August Festival Jazz Orchestra, directed by David Baker. All-Star Big Band. Opened for Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Indiana State Fairgrounds, Indianapolis, IN, August Way Way East Bay. Brown Bag Concert Series, Downtown Salt Lake City, August Way Way East Bay. Pioneer Day, Willow Park, Logan, July FOUR. Jazz After Dark (jazz club in Soho). Headliner. London, England, July FOUR. Alexanderplatz Jazz Club Summer Residency at Villa Celimontana. Opening act for Flavio Boltro Elettriko, Rome, Italy, July 14.
8 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg FOUR. World Saxophone Congress. Cankarjev Dom, Ljubljana, Slovenia, July FOUR. Jazzland. (jazz club) Performed opposite Greetje Kauffeld, Vienna, Austria, July Festival Jazz Orchestra featuring Ralph Bowen. All-Star Big Band, Musical Arts Center, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, June Jazz Fables Tribute to Thelonious Monk. Guest soloist. Bear s Place, Bloomington, IN, June Way Way East Bay. Utah Arts Festival, Salt Lake City, June Way Way East Bay. Summerfest, Logan, June FOUR. Jazz in the Canyon. Centennial Park, Twin Falls, ID, June FOUR. Jazz in the Canyon. Trail Creek Brewpub, Twin Falls, ID, June Way Way East Bay. Festival of Roses, Skaggs Catholic Center, Draper, UT, May Way Way East Bay. Sultan s, Logan, May Larry Smith s Kicks Band. Concert, Morgan Theatre, USU, May USU Wind Orchestra. Performed double concerto When Hell Freezes Over for baritone saxophone, bass clarinet and wind ensemble with Nicholas Morrison, conducted by Thomas Rohrer, Kent Concert Hall, Utah State University, April MENC National Conference. Performed world premiere of Mystery Spins the Thoughts at Play, commissioned by NCWPI, with chamber ensemble conducted by Thomas Rohrer, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, April Way Way East Bay. Sultan s Tavern. April West Side Story. Morgan Theatre, USU, April 13-15,
9 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg FOUR. Gene Harris Jazz Festival, Balcony Club, Boise, ID, April Way Way East Bay. Beaver Mountain Big Air Celebration, April Way Way East Bay. Port O Call, Salt Lake City, March CBDNA Conference. Performed double concerto When Hell Freezes Over for baritone saxophone, bass clarinet and wind ensemble with Nicholas Morrison, conducted by Thomas Rohrer. University of Nevada-Reno, March FOUR. BYU-I Jazz Festival. March Tanner Symposium. Jazz and Poetry with David Meltzer and the USU Faculty Jazz Combo, March FOUR with the USU Faculty Jazz Combo. Concert in the Performance Hall at Utah State University, February Blues and Comedy Revival. Lyric Theater, Logan, February Larry Smith s Kicks Band. Concert. Morgan Theatre, Utah State University, January FOUR. Concert at Brigham Young University-Idaho, Snow Auditorium, January Way Way East Bay. Main Stage performance for First Night Salt Lake City, downtown, December Way Way East Bay. Port O Call, Salt Lake City, December FOUR. CSI Jazz Workshop Series. CSI Student Union, College of Southern Idaho, Twin Falls, December FOUR. Jazz Vespers Series. Unitarian Universalist Church, Salt Lake City, November Way Way East Bay. KRCL/KRZL Antenna Benefit, November Way Way East Bay. USU Tailgate Party, Romney Stadium, November USU Faculty Jazz Combo. Box Elder High School, November 8.
10 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Way Way East Bay. Child and Family Justice Center Benefit, Ogden Airfield, November Way Way East Bay. Funk, Fun and Funds, Benefit for Eccles Ice Arena, Logan Golf and Country Club, October Moondog Ball. Performance at benefit event for Four paws Animal Clinic, Logan Golf and Country Club, October Way Way East Bay. USU Tailgate Party, October Four (Saxophone Quartet). Concert, performance with Idaho Falls Symphony, Idaho Falls, ID, October Way Way East Bay. Cache Gardner s Market Harvest Festival, October Four (Saxophone Quartet). Concert, Rexburg, ID, September Celebrate America. USU Taggart Student Center, September Come Alive Series at the Gallivan Center, with Way Way East Bay, July Pioneer Days Celebration, Logan. Headliner. Leonard Ray Band, July Cold Blood at the Pool. Performed with Lydia Pense and Cold Blood at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City as part of the SLC Int l Jazz Festival, July Lydia Pense and Cold Blood. Performed with headliners Lydia Pense and Cold Blood with saxophonist Norbert Stachel at the Salt Lake City International Jazz Festival, July Utah Arts Festival. Performed with Way Way East Bay on the Festival Stage Saturday night, June Summerfest Music and Art Faire. Performed with Way Way East Bay, June Larry Smith Kicks Band. Soloist at Morgan Theatre concert, May 3.
11 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival. Performed with Festival All-Star Big Band at Union Colony Civic Center, Greeley, CO, April Larry Smith Kicks Band. Soloist at TSC Auditorium concert, February First Night Salt Lake City. Performed with Way Way East Bay at the Gallivan Center Stage in downtown SLC, December Logan Jazz Rendezvous. Performed with USU faculty Combo and with Way Way East Bay at the Thatcher Mansion and the Bullen Center, November USU Alumni Band. Soloist with Band on Jobim! At Kent Concert Hall, August Cold Blood. Performed with Lydia Pense and Cold Blood at the Salt Lake City Jazz Festival, July Monika Herzig Quintet. Soloist with jazz quintet at Indiana Memorial Union, July Gerry Mulligan Tribute. Appeared on NPR station WFIU, Bloomington, and was featured in a tribute to the Gerry Mulligan pianoless quartet at Bear s Place, Bloomington, IN, July Kicks Jazz Band. Soloist and baritone saxophonist with Logan-based big band, TSC Auditorium, April UNC/Greeley All Star Big Band. Union Colony Civic Center, Greeley, CO, April USU Symphony Orchestra. Soloist on Jobim! Kent Concert Hall, April USU Concert Choir. Soloist on Steal Away, Kent Concert Hall, April 19 and March BYU-Idaho Jazz Festival. Soloist with BYU-I Faculty Combo and BYU-I Jazz Ensemble, Rexburg, ID, March Todd Fallis Faculty Recital. Performed Ide s Side with trombonist Todd Fallis and USU Faculty Jazz Combo, Dansante Hall, February Kicks Jazz Band. Soloist and baritone saxophonist with Logan-based big band, Caine Lyric, February 3.
12 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Postmodern Jazz Quintet. Performed in concerts at Western Carolina University and Brevard College, Cullowhee and Brevard, NC, September World Saxophone Congress. Performed world premiere of Albrecht Durer 2: Melencolia I for alto saxophone, guitar and percussion by Paul Elwood, and Galapagos Lions for unaccompanied baritone saxophone by Jonathan McNair, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN North American Saxophone Alliance Region 7 Conference. Performed new solo and chamber works, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC. 2002, 03 UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival. Soloist with Faculty All-Star Big Band, Greeley, Colorado Brevard Music Center. Performed in concert with Bob Mintzer, Dick Oatts and Mike Abene as part of the Manhattan School of Music Jazz Institute at Brevard Music Center, Brevard, NC Faculty Recital, Porter Center for Performing Arts. Solo recital at Brevard College, Brevard, NC University of Southern Maine. Guest soloist with USM Faculty Nonet, performing music of The Birth of the Cool, Gorham, ME. 2001, 02 SaxFest. Featured soloist and clinician at regional saxophone festival with James Houlik held at Brevard College World Saxophone Congress. Performed Mirage for alto saxophone and piano by Nicolas Scherzinger, in Montreal, Canada National Public Radio s Jazz Set with Branford Marsalis. Featured soloist with saxophonist Donald Harrison in jazz nonet Sharp Nine at nationally-broadcast JazzBrevard jazz festival Head of the Lakes Jazz Festival. Performed in septet with Latin jazz trumpeter Claudio Roditi, Duluth, MN Celebration! Soloist with the Brevard Chamber Orchestra on world premiere written for alto saxophone and piano by Richard Rendleman, Brevard, NC.
13 PERFORMING EXPERIENCE, Continued: Gudmundson Pg Present Freelance, Studio Musician, Seattle, Indianapolis, Denver, Carolinas, Utah. Appearances w/national Repertory Orch., Cheyenne Symphony, Brevard Chamber Orch., Bloomington (IN) Chamber Orch.; Whatcom Symphony, Connie Haines; Roberta Flack, Aaron Neville, Maureen McGovern, Jack Jones, Joel Grey, Bobby Watson, Donald Harrison, Cold Blood, David Young, Jerry Weldon, Matt Catingub, the Harry James Band, many others. RECORDINGS: 2009 FOUR. Three Contemplations, CD Recorded in February. Pre-release in July, Full release in Fall Recording session for ESPN Television Network. L.A. East Studios, Salt Lake City, August Recording session for ESPN Television Network. L.A. East Studios, Salt Lake City, August Recording session for FOUR s second album. BYU- Idaho, Rexburg, ID, February, June 10, 11, Recording session for FOUR s second album. BYU- Idaho, Rexburg, ID, February, March Recording Session at The Record Lab for Latin Jazz Project. Provo, October FOUR. With Friends Like These, Origin Records. Pre-release July, full release in Fall Way Way East Bay, Way Way East Bay, Horn section and soloist (alto and baritone saxophone), arranged six of the nine pieces, co-composed one Leonard Ray Band, The Jungle, Horn section and soloist Brian Gurl, Cruisin Through the 50s, Soloist on several selections Bruce Lang Project, Music Playing in My Head. (Big Creek Music CD) Sax section, and featured soloist on Lady Madonna Roses for Kitty, Purist Absolute. (Human Emotion Music CD) Played in horn section and was featured as a soloist on this CD by a popular Indiana folk/rock/blues group.
14 RECORDINGS, Continued: Gudmundson Pg UNC Jazz Lab I, Alive XV: This One s For Sandy (United Jazz Artists) Featured soloist with UNC Jazz Lab I USAir in-flight. Featured soloist on Tribute to Duke Ellington recorded for USAir Velo Deluxe, Superelastic. (Mammoth Records CD MR0089-2) Played saxophone and arranged horn section for this acclaimed alternative band. SELECTED WRITINGS/PRESENTATIONS: 2008 The Saxophone: A Classical Instrument? Presentation at HASS Hour, Logan Country Club, Nov Jazz Articulation and Application, Presentation at the Utah Music Educators Association s Trade Secrets VI: In Sync, Park City, Utah, June Chris Potter: One Heck of a Fine Saxophonist, Pre-concert lecture, given as part of the Jazz at the Sheraton Series, Salt Lake City, February Saxophone Articulation: Mechanism, Pedagogy, and Style, presentation at the World Saxophone Congress in Ljubljana, Slovenia, July 6 (Mark Watkins PI) It Ain t What You Say, but the Way That You Say It: Jazz Articulation in the Big Band, Teaching Music. Accepted for publication April. Scheduled for December 2006 publication The Gerry Mulligan Quartet s Lullaby of the Leaves: A Transcription and Analysis, published in The Saxophone Symposium, December Making Early Connections: Engaging Community Outreach, presentation at International Association for Jazz Education Conference, Toronto, Canada The Gerry Mulligan Quartet of : An Analysis of the Arranging Style through Selected Transcriptions, doctoral dissertation Liner notes: Bob Brookmeyer, Out of This World, (Koch Jazz CD ).
15 SELECTED WRITINGS/PRESENTATIONS: Gudmundson Pg Liner notes: Ronnie Cuber, Love For Sale, (Koch Jazz CD ) Harry Carney: The Development of his Solo Style, , published in Jazz Research Papers by the International Association of Jazz Educators. CLINICIAN/ADJUDICATION EXPERIENCE: 2009 Adjudicator, State Jazz Festival, Utah, April 3, Adjudicator, Region II Jazz Festival, Brighton High School, Brighton, T, March Clinician, Peaks Jazz Festival, Thanksgiving Point, UT, February 20, Adjudicator, UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival, Greeley, CO, April Adjudicator, Brigham Young University-Idaho Jazz Festival, Rexburg, ID, March Clinician, Crescent Jazz Festival, Lone Peak High School, Orem, Utah, March Adjudicator, Region Solo and Ensemble Competition, Box Elder High School, Brigham City, UT March Clinician, Director of jazz band, District Band Clinic, Blanding, UT February Clinician, Layton High School Jazz Band, October Adjudicator, Solo and Ensemble Competition, Northridge High School, Ogden, April Adjudicator, Brigham Young University-Idaho Jazz Festival, March Adjudicator, Region II Solo and Ensemble Competition, Brighton High School, March Adjudicator, Region Jazz Festival, Bear River High School, March 7.
16 CLINICIAN/ADJUDICATION EXPERIENCE (cont.): Gudmundson Pg Clinician, Bear River High School Jazz Band, February Clinician, Hillcrest High School Jazz Band, at Utah State University, April Clinician, Brigham Young University Idaho Jazz Festival. Presented jazz improvisation clinics to high school students, March 3 and Clinician, Bear River High School, Tremonton, UT, January Clinician, performer, with USU Faculty Jazz Combo. Utah State University MUSC 3020 History of Jazz course, November Clinician, performer, with USU Faculty Jazz Combo. Box Elder High School, November Clinician, with trombonist Andy Martin, Utah All State Jazz Festival, Park City, UT, April Adjudicator, Region IV Jazz Festival, Box Elder HS, Brigham City UT, March Adjudicator, BYU-Idaho Jazz Festival, March Adjudicator, Crescent Jazz Festival, Utah Valley State College, Provo, UT, March , 04, 03 Adjudicator, UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival, Greeley, 02, 01, 00. CO, late April Adjudicator, Crescent Jazz Festival, Utah Valley State College, May Clinician, Skyline High School Jazz Ensemble, March Adjudicator, BYU-Idaho Jazz Festival, Rexburg, ID, March Clinician, Mountain Crest H.S. Jazz Ens, Dec Adjudicator, Utah All State Jazz Band auditions, Northridge High School, Orem, UT, November Clinician, South Summit High School Jazz Ensemble, Kamas, UT, November 18.
17 CLINICIAN/ADJUDICATION EXPERIENCE (cont.): Gudmundson Pg Clinician, Western Carolina University Jazz Ensemble, Cullowhee, NC, September Clinician, Brevard College Jazz Combo, Brevard, NC, September Director of All State Jazz Combo, featured soloist, Maine All State Jazz Festival, Portland, ME Adjudicator, featured soloist, Space Coast Jazz Festival, Florida Adjudicator, South Carolina Band Director s Association All State Jazz Festival, Newberry, SC, March Adjudicator, Maine State Instrumental Jazz Festival, Houlton, ME Residency. Lecturer, Clinician, featured soloist, University of Southern Maine, Gorham, ME Adjudicator, South Carolina All State Jazz Festival, Newberry College, SC. 2001, 00, 98 Clinician, Featured soloist, SaxFest, Brevard College, Brevard, NC. 2000, 1999 Adjudicator, Clinician, Performer, Head of the Lakes Jazz Festival, U. of Minnesota, Duluth. 2002, 1999, 98 Adjudicator, WNC Solo & Ensemble Competition, Brevard, NC Clinician/Performer/Director, Brevard College Jazz Workshop, Brevard, NC 1998 Clinician/Adjudicator, Holyoke Community College Jazz Festival, Holyoke, Massachusetts & 1997 Clinician, Colorado All-State Band Festival, Greeley, Colorado & 1997 Clinician, Aurora Central High School Jazz Festival, Denver, Colorado.
18 ADMINISTRATIVE/ORGANIZATIONAL EXPERIENCE: Gudmundson Pg 18 Jon Gudmundson Trio/Quartet/Quintet, etc., 1986-Present Booked and managed countless professional musical groups. Utah State University, August 2003-Present Director of Jazz Studies. Instituted student saxophone quartet, student jazz combos, faculty jazz combo. Serve on Music Department Scheduling Committee, Individual Program in Music Committee, Music Historian Search Committee. Brevard College, August 1997-May 2003 Director of Jazz Studies program. Instituted, produced Brevard College Jazz Workshop, 1998, 99, 2000, 01. Chair, NASM Instructional Programs, Grounds/Inventory, Space Allocation Committees. Served on Faculty Council for two-year term. Also served on Faculty Development, Honors Program, Recruitment/ Retention, Scholarship, and Piano Faculty Search committees. SERVICE: Department/ College/ University/ Profession 2009 Percussion Search Committee 2008 Music Historian Search Committee Individual Program in Music Committee Music Department Scheduling Committee Tanner Symposium Committee All Northern Jazz Band. Coordinated with colleague Todd Fallis rehearsing and playing in all-star Northern Utah jazz big band with students from Logan, Sky View, Mountain Crest, Box Elder and Bear River high schools Jazz at the Sky Club. Fundraising event for student scholarships, Sky Room of the Taggart Student Center, Utah State University, February Providence Canyon Clean Up Day. Performed with Way Way East Bay at event for volunteers following effort to restore Providence Canyon at Providence Canyon, Utah, Sept. 6.
19 SERVICE (continued): Gudmundson Pg Jazz at the Sky Club. Annual three-day Swing Dance/Dinner fundraising event for jazz scholarships at Utah State University, Taggart Student Center Sky Room, February Latin American Cultural Extravaganza. Provided jazz combo for this annual Utah State University cultural diversity event. Café Sabor!, Logan, March Honors Inquiry. Was guest of Eric Smigel s honors class, Utah State University, March 5. Department/ College/ University/ Profession (continued) 2007 Utah Music Educators Association Conference, attended, and performed in the jazz reading session band, St. George, February International Association for Jazz Education Conference. Presided over session Effortless Mastery, New York City, January USU Wind Orchestra. Performed double concerto When Hell Freezes Over for baritone saxophone, bass clarinet and wind ensemble with Nicholas Morrison, conducted by Thomas Rohrer, Kent Concert Hall, Utah State University, April MENC National Conference. Performed world premiere of Mystery Spins the Thoughts at Play, commissioned by NCWPI, with chamber ensemble conducted by Thomas Rohrer, Salt Palace, Salt Lake City, April CBDNA Conference. Traveled to Reno, NV with Wind Ensemble. Performed double concerto When Hell Freezes Over for baritone saxophone, bass clarinet and wind ensemble with Nicholas Morrison, conducted by Thomas Rohrer. University of Nevada-Reno, March Tanner Symposium. Jazz and Poetry with David Meltzer and the USU Faculty Jazz Combo, March Jazz at the Sky Club. Directed Jazz Orchestra and performed in Larry Smith s Kicks Band for Scholarship fund raiser held in the Sky Room at USU Taggart Student Center, February FOUR with the USU Faculty Jazz Combo. Concert in the Performance Hall at Utah State University, January 24.
20 SERVICE (continued): Gudmundson Pg USU Jazz Combo Concert. Performed with USU Faculty Jazz Combo at concert featuring student combos, November USU Summer Band. Played alto saxophone in band July 31, Guest conducted Big Bands in Concert and played alto saxophone in the band, July College of Southern Idaho clinic and performance, Idaho Falls, ID, June 30, Department/ College/ University/ Profession (continued) 2005 USU Graduate Art Exhibition. Performed with Way Way East Bay for end-of-year event, Tippets Art Gallery, April USU Wind Orchestra. Narrator for Werle s Sinfonia Sacra, Kent Concert Hall, April USU Jazz Combo Concert. Performed with USU Faculty Jazz Combo at concert featuring student combos, April USU Robins Awards Ceremony. Performed with Way Way East Bay for this annual awards recognition event at Taggart Student Center, April USU Old Main Society. Performed with jazz combo in Sunburst Lounge, and USU Choir in TSC Ballroom, March Whitehorse High School Jazz Band. Worked with visiting band from the Navajo Reservation, March Region IV Jazz Festival. Adjudicator for jazz competition at Box Elder High School, Brigham City, March USU Faculty Recital. Performed Francaix s Cinq Danses Exotique and Jimmy Dorsey s Oodles of Noodles at St. John s Church, February Jazz Night at the Sky Club. Fundraiser for scholarships held at Taggart Student Center, February
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