Alex Singleton

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Alex Singleton is a professional saxophonist, educator, and repair technician in the Southeast region of the United States. He maintains a saxophone and general music studio, teaching players of all ages in a range of different styles. He is in demand to present saxophone and woodwind clinics to middle and high school band and orchestra programs throughout Tennessee and Georgia. As a performer, Alex has been active as a classical and jazz saxophonist. As a classical saxophonist, Alex was the 2016 winner of the University of West Georgia’s Concerto Competition and performed as soloist on the University of West Georgia Wind Ensemble’s Spring 2016 tour. He has also been featured as a soloist with Haralson County High School’s Wind Ensemble and the Haralson County’s Community Wind Ensemble. He plays seasonal gigs with the ‘Carrollton Swingsation’ Big Band and has performed with the University of West Georgia Jazz Ensemble.

As of June 2017, Alex is the alto saxophonist and one of the founding members of The Exodus Saxophone Quartet.

In the past Alex was selected to participate in the American Saxophone Academy and James Houlik’s “Wildeacres Saxophone Retreat,” where he studied under the United State’s top saxophonists and teachers which include Timothy McAllister, Connie Frigo, Carrie Koffman, Chien-Kwan Lin, Otis Murphy, James Houlik, and Kenneth Tse. His primary saxophone teachers have been Tracy Wright, Jon Elliott, Clint Schmitt, Amy Griffiths, and John Bleuel.

Alex is currently the saxophone instructor at Chattanooga State Community College.

In addition to saxophone performing and teaching, Alex is keenly interested in saxophone repair and design, and currently apprentices with master woodwind technicians Jonathan Cathell and Jeremy Hill of Consistent-C Winds in Redbank, Tennessee.