University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music
Goodman serves as the Associate Professor of Saxophone at the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music. The UA saxophone studio is currently comprised of twenty undergraduate and graduate students. Maintaining a competitive and thriving studio, members have gone on to win competitions, perform internationally, and earn secondary and collegiate level teaching jobs.
UA is a Research One land grant institution and Arizona’s flagship public university, offering incredible opportunities for study abroad and Division One athletics, not to mention an amazing climate year-round. The natural beauty of the Arizona desert cannot be matched. Tucson is a culturally rich city with an exciting performing arts community. In 2015, Tucson was designated a UNESCO World City of Gastronomy.
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Goodman has presented master classes, clinics, and workshops throughout the country at conferences, universities, and middle schools and high schools. Goodman is also committed to community outreach and has worked with middle and high school students throughout Arizona.
High School and Middle School clinics may include the following topics:
Preparing for Auditions: Expectations for Band Auditions and for Prospective Music Majors.
Developing an Effective Practice Routine
An Approach to Improvisation for the Classically Trained Musicians.
D'Addario and Conn-Selmer Clinics: Reeds, Mouthpieces, and Saxophones
Topic of Your Choice: tone production, embouchure, articulation, reed care, fundamentals