Patrick Brown is Instructor of Saxophone and Music Theory at University of Nebraska at Omaha where he also directs various jazz ensembles and teaches woodwind related courses. Patrick obtained his B.M. in Saxophone Performance from Appalachian State University, M.M. in Multiple Woodwind Performance (Flute, Clarinet, and Saxophone) from Winthrop University, and D.M.A in Saxophone/Jazz Studies from University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Before coming to the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Patrick served as Adjunct Instructor of Saxophone and/or Jazz Studies at Davidson College, Wingate University, Lenoir-Rhyne University, Union College, and Mitchell Community College. Patrick has presented clinics and research at the Jazz Education Network International Conference, Nebraska Music Educators Association Conference, and North American Saxophone Alliance Regional and National Conferences. Some of his performance highlights include sharing the stage with Aretha Franklin, Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Four Tops, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, North Carolina Symphony, Omaha Symphony, Western Piedmont Symphony, and Lincoln Symphony Orchestra. Patrick is a Conn-Selmer Artist who plays Selmer Paris saxophones exclusively and is also a D’Addario Woodwinds Performing Artist.
BM, Appalachian State University
MM, Winthrop University
DMA, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Scheduled TeachingApplied Saxophone, Music Core Curriculum I & II, Metropolitan Area Youth Jazz Orchestra, Jazz Combo, Saxophone Quartet
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