Ryan Middagh
 | Independent Artist
http://www.ryanmiddagh.com/
http://blair.vanderbilt.edu/bio/ryan-middagh



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I love D'Addario reeds for their flexibility, versatility, and consistency. The reeds are perfect for any task, whether it's a live performance, teaching in my private studio, or overdubbing tracks in one of the many recording studios here in Nashville. As a teacher, I also support D'Addario in their focus on education.

A D'Addario Woodwinds player since 2003.

Ryan Middagh is the Director of Jazz Studies at Vanderbilt University’s Blair School of Music. Middagh is an innovative educator, composer, arranger, saxophonist, band leader, and clinician who has traveled the globe sharing his unique blend of talents and musical influences with audiences and music students. A passionate advocate for jazz education at all levels, he pursues creative programming, and is devoted in reaching diverse communities through jazz. An active jazz composer and arranger, Middagh has received numerous commissions from musicians and ensembles throughout the United States. He has written for numerous GRAMMY award-winning artists, DownBeat award-winning educational ensembles, and his work has been recorded by prominent collegiate and professional ensembles. Some notable collaborations include arranging for Victor Wooten, Wycliffe Gordon, David Paich, Caleb Chapman’s Crescent Super Band, the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, and Middagh’s Blair School of Music colleague Jeff Coffin. Several of his works are published by UNC Jazz Press. Equally skilled as a soloist, collaborator, and a band leader, Middagh performs at jazz festivals around the world, including tours and performances on behalf of the U.S. State Department. While at home, he is a top-call studio musician in Nashville and performs in a wide array of music genres. Middagh has music-directed, arranged, and performed for two educational chamber concerts for the Nashville Symphony. In addition to leading his own jazz small groups, he has recently started the Ryan Middagh Jazz Orchestra which features Nashville’s finest musicians and acts as a vehicle for his new compositions and arrangements. He has released two albums as a leader and is currently in the process of writing and recording his first professional big band project. Middagh is an artist and clinician for Conn-Selmer Saxophones and D’addario Reeds.




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