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JONATHAN HULTING-COHEN

hultingcohen@music.umass.edu
Fine Arts Center, Room 258
413-545-2810
Saxophone studio website

SAXOPHONE; ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Saxophonist Jonathan Hulting-Cohen has amassed a number of performance credits, which exhibit the scope of his playing styles and multi-disciplinary ambitions as an arranger, composer and performer.

Jonathan Hulting-CohenPhoto: Robert C. Young
He has performed under John Adams and David Robertson at Carnegie Hall, shared the stage with principal players of the Philadelphia Orchestra as a concerto soloist, and played in numerous chamber groups at the Colburn School, George Mason University, Milwaukee and Racine Art Museums, Nichols Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Kennedy Center. With harpist Jennifer R. Ellis, he has commissioned five pieces for saxophone and harp and performed at the Northwestern University New Music Conference.

Mr. Hulting-Cohen’s vaudeville saxophone sextet, The Moanin’ Frogs, have entertained audiences across the country, including performances at the Kennedy Center and as featured artists at the 2014 North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference at the University of Illinois. The group was featured on the Detroit Public Television series, Detroit Performs, in a segment that was aired in Los Angeles, Denver, Houston, Tampa and throughout Michigan. Mr.Hulting-Cohen is directing, producing and performing in a film, “Silence,” a 45-minute music, dance, visual art and performance technology piece he wrote and will premiere in the fall. He earned Bachelors and Masters degrees with Donald Sinta at the University of Michigan.

Appointed 2014

Dance Department