Low Brass Instructor

Dr. Jason Sulliman is excited to return to the Madison Scouts for his second year of teaching. He is an innovative brass teacher who combines principles from kinesiology and cognitive science to rethink pedagogy in the 21st-century. Dr. Sulliman is one of the world’s leading experts on facial stability and embouchure training/rehabilitation and is in constant demand as a clinician and consultant with professional collegiate woodwind and brass musicians all over the world. Recent presentations and guest appearances include The Juilliard School, the Eastman School of Music, the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic, TMEA, The International Trumpet Guild, the International Trombone Festival, and dozens of college/high school programs all over North America.

Jason is Associate Professor of Trombone at Troy University. He is also a Trombone Tutor for the North American Brass Band Summer School in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and Brass Pedagogy Specialist for the Alpha Institute in Kingston, Jamaica. Previous teaching positions include the University of North Alabama and Vincennes University. Jason earned his DM in Brass Pedagogy from Indiana University where he also studied kinesiology and cognitive science. Dr. Sulliman also holds Master’s degrees in conducting and performance from the University of New Mexico and a Bachelor’s degree in performance from the University of Massachusetts.

Over a fifteen-year period, Jason was a performer, music manager, and conductor of the Broadway show 'Blast!". Jason keeps an active performance schedule with several orchestras throughout the United States and maintains an active presence in the brass pedagogy world through his YouTube and Instagram pages. More information can be found at www.jasonsulliman.com