Jr Instructor - Saxophone
Lucas Kremer began his collegiate music studies at the Eastman School of Music, where he was a member of the Eastman Saxophone Project and the Eastman Wind Orchestra. After recognizing his passion for teaching music and his goal to teach in the Washington metropolitan region, he transferred to George Mason University, where he is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Instrumental Music Education. He is currently the saxophone section leader in the GMU Wind Symphony and is a member of the GMU Saxophone Quartet. He currently studies saxophone with Prof. Edward Fraedrich, and also has studied with Dr. Chien-Kwan Lin. Lucas has performed at the United States Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, both as a High School Honors Recital soloist and as a member of the GMU Saxophone Quartet.
Lucas was a member of the Northern Virginia Youth Winds, All-Virginia Symphonic Band, and Virginia All-District XI Symphonic Band throughout his high school career and was principal saxophonist in all three ensembles his senior year. He has also served as an on-call saxophonist with the American Youth Philharmonic Orchestra. At his high school, Lucas was a member of the Wind Symphony and the Jazz Ensemble, and was the recipient of the John Philip Sousa Award and the Laura McBride Music Education scholarship. He participated in numerous summer music programs, including the Eastman Summer Saxophone Institute and the Interlochen Saxophone Institute, and performed in masterclasses by Chien-Kwan Lin, James Umble, Jeremy Koch, and Edward Goodman.
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