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Reese Burgan

Reese Burgan is Adjunct Professor of Saxophone at Lone Star College - CyFair and Lone Star College - Montgomery, where he is an active lecturer and coordinates Montgomery Saxophone Day. He also teaches saxophone in Conroe ISD, John Cooper School and Cypress Springs HS and is the site coordinator for the Klein location of The Young Saxophonist’s Institute.

 

His special interests include new music and collaboration. Recent commissions include works by composers including Robin McLaughlin, Michael Markowski, and Viet Cuong spanning genres including electronic music, chamber music, and solo works. Recently, he published duet arrangements of the 48 Famous Studies by W.F. Ferling, available through Murphy Music Press. His competition experience includes 2nd Prize in the 2018 International Wind Duo Symposium and 2nd place at the 2013 Lone Star College Quartet Competition as part of Phoenix Saxophone Quartet. Reese holds a Master’s Degree from Georgia State University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Sam Houston State University.

 

Reese Burgan is a Conn-Selmer Artist Clinician and performs on Selmer Paris saxophones exclusively.

"I love YSI because it provides a fun and challenging experience for students during the summer - a time where they typically backtrack in their craft. The opportunity to perform in quartets and ensembles is also an unique experience that I did not have as a student, so it is very fulfilling to provide that for the next generation of saxophonists!"