Carolyn Bryan

Carolyn J. Bryan is Professor of Music at Georgia Southern University. Bryan received her Doctoral and Master’s degrees in saxophone literature and performance from Indiana University and the Bachelor of Music Education degree from Baldwin-Wallace College. Dr. Bryan has performed and lectured at the 12th and 13th World Saxophone Congresses, the Southeastern Saxophone Summit, North American Saxophone Alliance conferences, the Festival of Women Composers International, and meetings of the Florida and Minnesota Music Educators Associations. Her research focuses on developmental literature for the saxophone and music by American women composers. She was a contributor to Women and Music in America Since 1900. Bryan has been involved in numerous orchestral, chamber, and solo premiers and recorded with the Winds of Indiana on Eugene Rousseau’s CD Saxophone Vocalise and the Savannah Jazz Orchestra’s Satin Doll. She has also served as conductor for Georgia Southern Opera and led a professional production of Amahl and the Night Visitors. Dr. Bryan has been recognized with the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS) Award for Excellence, CLASS Awards of Distinction in Teaching and Service, and membership in Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Kappa Lambda.


  • Jul 11 2018

    Carolyn Bryan


    The Saxophone Music of Katherine Murdock

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