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JONATHAN HULTING-COHEN

hultingcohen@music.umass.edu
Fine Arts Center, Room 258
413-545-2810
Personal website: jonathanhultingcohen.com
Saxophone Symposium webpage

SAXOPHONE; ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Jonathan Hulting-CohenPhoto: Jason Paige

Jonathan Hulting-Cohen, saxophonist, has performed worldwide, including at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie’s Zankel Hall, Colburn’s Thayer Hall, and in ten performances at SaxOpen across Strasbourg, France, in 2015 as a soloist and with his vaudeville saxophone sextet, The Moanin’ Frogs. He also played concertos alongside principal players of the Philadelphia Orchestra, and performed under John Adams and David Robertson.

With harpist Jennifer R. Ellis in the Admiral Launch Duo, Jonathan commissioned eight pieces for saxophone and harp. The duo’s highlights include performing at Northwestern University and a residency at Avaloch Farm Music Institute. He also led an interdisciplinary performance project combining dance, music, visual art, and performance technology, which culminated in a film premiered at the 17th World Saxophone Congress.

Jonathan is Assistant Professor of Saxophone at University of Massachusetts Amherst. He studied with Donald Sinta at University of Michigan. He is a Conn-Selmer Artist and uses Selmer (Paris) saxophones.

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Appointed 2014

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