Styliani Tartsinis Resume

      EDUCATION

2005 Rutgers University
Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone

1996-97 New England Conservatory
Postgraduate Study in Saxophone

1996 Florida State University
Master of Music, Multiple Woodwinds

1994 University of Southern Mississippi
Bachelor of Music in Saxophone Performance

1990-92 Manhattan School of Music
Undergraduate Study in Saxophone Performance

1989-90 Interlochen Arts Academy
High School Diploma


TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2007-present New York City Department of Education, Music Teacher
Assignments include:
§ PS 79 (K-5): Chorus, band, woodwind/ brass sectionals, keyboard / guitar classes and World Music Drumming Ensemble
§ Mosaic Preparatory Academy, Pre-K – 6, Chorus, keyboards, recorder, and percussion ensemble.
§ Martin Van Buren High School, Queens Village
General music classes and keyboard class
2005- 07 Eastern Christian Middle & High School, NJ
· Band Director & Chair of Music Department
High School, Band, Orchestra, pit orchestra theory classes, & instrumental sectionals (woodwind, brass & percussion), jazz band & jazz improvisation course
· Middle school band, jazz band and sectionals (woodwind, brass and percussion)
· Beginner Band and all beginner band sectionals (woodwind, brass and percussion)

Westchester Conservatory of Music, NY
Saxophone and Clarinet Teacher

2003-04 Rutgers University
Saxophone Teaching Assistant

Bronx Arts Ensemble Public School Program, NY
Recorder Teacher

1997-98 Community Music School of Springfield, MA
Saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, Recorder Teacher/Chamber Music Coordinator

1994-96 Florida State University
Saxophone Teaching Assistant

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

2005 NCO Academy Graduate, US Army, Ft Dix, NJ
· Leadership courses

2004 – Present Promoted to Sergeant (Non-Commissioned Officer)
· Leadership duties include: Supervising a team for unit food ordering, and assembly
· Supervise soldiers for duties for the day consisting of organizing Physical Fitness information to be recorded into the system, supervise teams to assemble and disassemble equipment for performance jobs.

MUSIC CURRICULUMS

Music and the Brain (Keyboard)

Little Kids Rock (Guitar & Modern Band)

Orff-Schulwerk

World Music Drumming

Band & Chorus

CERTIFICATION:

NYS Certification

NJ Certification

Orff-Schulwerk level 1


PUBLISHED ARTICLES

2007 Instrumental Dictation, MENC

Keep The Music Playing, MENC

On the Road to Rhythmic Development, SBO

Rehearsing in Style, MENC

Approaching Bebop, JazzEd

MASTER CLASSES AND CLINICS

2007 International Navy Saxophone Symposium
“History & Method behind the Altissimo”

2006 International Navy Saxophone Symposium:
“Method behind the Altissimo”

Promotion of live music
The Real Deal & Back to Basics in public schools

LECTURE RECITALS

2004 Lincoln Center, Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library of the Performing Arts, Greek Classical Music

Rutgers University Doctoral Program:
Alois Haba: Suita for Solo Saxophone op. 99”


2003 Rutgers University Doctoral Program:
“An Analysis of Ingolf Dahl's Concerto for Saxophone (1949), and a Comparison of the Original and the Revised Score for Saxophone and Band”

Rutgers University Doctoral Program:
Henry Brant: A Comparison of the Orchestral and Wind Version of Henry Brant's Concerto for Saxophone

1997 Manhattan School of Music
“Interpreting Haba Suita & Ibert Concertino Da Camera”

1996 Florida State University
“Building Technique through Interpretation”

DOCTORAL PERFORMANCE PAPERS

2004 "Alois Haba: Suita for Solo Saxophone op. 99”

2003 Henry Brant: A Comparison of the Orchestral and Wind Version of Henry Brant's Concerto for Saxophone”

Ingolf Dahl: “An Analysis of Ingolf Dahl's Concerto for Saxophone (1949), and a Comparison of the Original and the Revised Score for Saxophone and Band”
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE, 1997- present

SOLO RECITALIST HIGHLIGHTS

2006 Conservatory of Westchester, White Plains, NY
Hellenic Music Foundation 7th Annual Gala Benefit Concert, Astoria, NY

2005 Composer Collaborative (new music series), Christ & St. Stevens, NYC

2004 Bruno Walter Auditorium, New York Public Library of the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center, Hellenic Festival

2003 World Saxophone Congress XIII, University of Minnesota

2002 Kennedy Center, Washington DC
St. Paul's Chapel (Selected performer for series), NYC
Trinity Church, NYC

2001 Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie Hall), NYC
Merkin Hall, NYC
Riverside Church, NYC

2000 Mirada, Monterey, CA

1999 TV, N YC

Wisteriahurst Museum, MA

Springfield Museum, MA

1998 Lincoln Center
Music at Noon Summer Concert Series (Back of Harvard Square

Updated:  April 4, 2012

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