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 the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University. As a saxophonist, Middagh is endorsed by Conn-Selmer as a Yanagisawa Artist and also as a D'Addario Woodwinds Performing Artist. Notable performances include performing with the Cab Calloway Orchestra (2013), Nashville Jazz Orchestra (2009-11), and the Colorado Jazz Orchestra (2014). He was also a featured artist at the 2013 North American Saxophone Alliance regional conference. Leading his own jazz octet, Middagh has released two albums, Colorado Brew: Featuring Jeff Coffin and Tom Giampietro and To Somewhere and Back Again (both albums currently available on iTunes).

An accomplished jazz composer and arranger, Middagh has received numerous commissions for high schools, colleges and professional musicians and ensembles throughout the country, and currently arranges music for Grammy-winning saxophonist Jeff Coffin. His music has been featured at the International Jazz Composers Symposium, been recorded by professional and collegiate ensembles, and several of his works are published by UNC Jazz Press.

Prior to his appointment at Vanderbilt, Middagh served on the faculty at Middle Tennessee State University, where his primary responsibilities were directing the Commercial Music Ensemble and teaching Introduction to Music. During his tenure at MTSU he also taught applied improvisation, jazz theory and applied saxophone. Middagh received his Doctor of Arts degree in Jazz Studies with a secondary emphasis in Music Composition at the University of Northern Colorado. Middagh also earned a Master of Arts degree from Middle Tennessee State University and a Bachelor of Music Education degree from the University of Northern Iowa.




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