Jagow, Shelley

Shelley M. Jagow

Shelley M. Jagow, Ph. D.: Associate Professor of Music at Wright State University is director of the Symphonic Band and Saxophone Quartet; and professor of Saxophone and Music Education courses. She earned Music Education degrees from the University of Saskatchewan (Canada) and the University of Missouri (Columbia). She earned her Ph. D. in Music Education at the Union Institute & University (Cincinnati) where Colonel Timothy Foley, Frank Battisti, and Edward Wingard served as her mentors. Dr. Jagow is a Selmer Artist Clinician for both saxophone and conducting.

She has commissioned works for solo saxophone and ensembles from both national and international composers, and has presented clinics and performances at OMEA (Ohio Music Educators Association), MENC (Music Educators National Conference) and NASA (North American Saxophone Alliance). Her publications can be found in the College Music Symposium Journal, TRIAD, National Association of College Wind and Percussion Instructors, Canadian Winds, Music Educators Journal, the Canadian Band Journal, and in her book Teaching Instrumental Music: Developing the Complete Band Program (Meredith Music Publications).

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