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John Salerno

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music

B.M., University of Wisconsin-Green Bay 
M.A., University of Wisconsin-Green Bay 
D.A., University of Northern Colorado

Programs: Music

A native of Wisconsin, John Salerno received both his B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. He completed his doctoral studies at the University of Northern Colorado in composition/theory with a secondary emphasis in jazz pedagogy. Prior to joining the St. Norbert College faculty, Professor Salerno taught at the University of Northern Colorado and Florida Atlantic University.

As an arranger, Professor Salerno has arranged for several jazz bands and chamber groups throughout the United States. As a performer, he has toured with the Jackson 5 and Spinners, and performed in bands for Englebert Humperdink, The Mills Brothers, Bob Hope, Wayne Newton and many more. Professor Salerno has several works published for jazz ensemble, jazz combo and vocal jazz through the UNC JAZZ PRESS. In addition to teaching saxophone lessons and saxophone ensemble at St. Norbert College, Professor Salerno also teaches at UW-Green Bay.

Courses
MUSI 053/063 Saxophone Lessons
MUSI 022 Saxophone Ensemble

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