Shelley M. Jagow
Shelley M. Jagow, Ph. D., Professor of Music at Wright State University, is director of the Symphonic Band and Saxophone Quartet; and professor of Saxophone and Music Education. She is a Selmer and Rico Artist Clinician for saxophone, as well as a music education clinician for Hal Leonard and Meredith Music. She has presented clinics and performances at several State Music Educators Conferences as well as the Midwest International Band and Orchestra Clinic, NASA (North American Saxophone Alliance), ISME (International Society for Music Education, CMS (College Music Symposium), and the United States Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium. She has published numerous articles in periodicals and her nationally recognized student saxophone quartet released their first commercial CD Avion Saxophone Quartet on CDbaby.com. Shelley has been previously nominated for both the "Robert J. Kegerreis Distinguished Professor of Teaching" Award and the "Brage Golding Distinguished Professor of Research" Award.
Shelley is a contributing author to both The Music Director’s Cookbook (Meredith), and Teaching Music Through Performance in Band (GIA). Shelley also authored the book and DVD Teaching Instrumental Music: Developing the Complete Band Program (Meredith Music)—a resource rapidly becoming the adopted textbook for music education degree study across the United States and Canada. Her recent publications include Tuning for Wind Instruments: A Roadmap to Successful Intonation (Meredith), and The Londeix Lectures—a multi-dvd set archiving the historical lectures of Jean-Marie Londeix (and translated by William Street, University of Alberta) available at www.adolphesax.com or www.wright.edu/musicstore. Her current writing includes an Intermediate Studies book for woodwinds.