Jeremy Justeson, Saxophone

 Photo Credit:  Daniel D'Ottavio

Photo Credit: Daniel D'Ottavio

Jeremy Justeson has performed as an orchestral soloist and recitalist across the United States, Europe and Asia. Dr. Justeson currently serves as Professor of Saxophone and Director of the Wind Ensemble at Kutztown Universi ty of Pennsylvania. Active regionally, nationally, and internationally as a soloist, chamber musician, clinician, and conductor, Dr. Justeson has appeared in venues such as New York’s Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium and Lincoln Center Avery Fisher Hall, Dallas’ Meyerson Center, San Antonio Symphony Hall, Allentown Symphony Hall and San Diego’s Copley Symphony Hall.

A proponent of new music, Jeremy Justeson has premiered numerous pieces, worked with many of the day’s leading composers and performs as a member of the New York City based, American Modern Ensemble. He also serves as the Executive Director of the CASE Arts Group, Inc. a non-profit arts organization supporting performances and commissions of new music. Current CASE projects include a consortium commission of composer Joan Tower for her first original work for solo saxophone. Jeremy Justeson’s celebrated debut CD Juggernaut is available nationally on the Equilibrium label.

A native of San Diego, Jeremy Justeson received the Bachelor of Music degree from California State University, Fullerton, the Master of Music degree from Northwestern University, and the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from The University of Texas at Austin. Jeremy Justeson’s primary saxophone teachers have included James Rötter, Harvey Pittel and Dr. Frederick L. Hemke. Jeremy Justeson is a Selmer Performing Artist and Clinician.

For more information, visit Jeremy's site.