Andrew Sallee is a low brass performer and educator based in Southern Indiana. He earned his Bachelor’s in Euphonium Performance at the University of South Florida (’18) and his Master’s in Euphonium Performance at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music (’20), where he is currently working on his DMA. His primary instructors include Demondrae Thurman, Joseph Alvarez, and Jay Hunsberger.
He has performed in a wide variety of musical settings including wind bands, big bands, polka bands, various chamber ensembles, and he spent time gigging with a jazz combo throughout Florida. He has performed at events including the South Florida Tuba/Euphonium Festival, the Tampa Bay Trombone Festival, the University of South Florida Festival of Winds, and was featured in a performance of Karl King’s Melody Shop with the Indiana University Wind Ensemble. As an educator, his students have been accepted into regional honor bands and have received top marks in Solo and Ensemble events at the local and state levels.
A short introductory session with the artist to help you decide if they are a good fit you and your learners. This session type can also be used to familiarise yourself with our session interface.
10 minutes | Free
A private lesson with the artist to learn the technique of a craft.
Suggested class size: 1 to 2 students.
30 minutes | $30
60 minutes | $40
90 minutes | $60
Visiting Artist Classroom
An opportunity for a group of students to work with the artist. Sessions can be booked in a continuous block of time or can be separated into shorter time blocks that add up to the chosen length.
Suggested class size: up to 20 students in a physical classroom with a smartboard or up to 8 students fully online.
1 hour | $50
2 hours | $75
3 hours | $100
4 hours | $125
5 hours | $150
An intensive session between the artist and a small group of advanced students or emerging professionals. The goal of a master class is to work learners through the technique, presentation, or analysis of a craft, and engage deeply in the mastery of an art form. A master class is 3 hours: a 2-hour master class with a 1-hour follow-up within 1 to 2 weeks of the masterclass to see how the participant(s) applied the guidance and feedback.
Suggested class size: up to 8 students.