Years Teaching: 2+Education:Josh Inglis is a Graduate of Kennesaw State University with a degree in Jazz Studies and Music Education.
During his time at KSU, Josh
has consistently made the Dean's List for the College of the Arts. From Marietta, Georgia, Josh
is a Baritone Saxophone player and arranger who’s genres of music vary between Jazz, Classical, R&B, Rock, Latin and Funk. Along with Baritone Saxophone, Josh
also plays Tenor Saxophone and Alto Saxophone on a consistent basis. Experience:
As a woodwind doubler, Inglis is very skilled in Saxophone, Clarinet and Flute. This has made him very busy in playing with pit orchestras with several high school drama departments and studio recordings.
Josh has also performed with Kennesaw State University Jazz Ensembles, university combos, the Kennesaw State University Wind Ensemble, several local bands, and high school, as well as middle school, jazz ensembles. Josh has also shared the stage with Allen Vizzutti, Sam Skelton, Marc Miller, Dave Rickard, Noah Vece and Alan Olsen. Inglis has also been involved in master classes with the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Josh has performed a few world premier compositions with the Kennesaw State University Wind Ensemble.
Josh is currently the Director of the Lost Mountain Middle School Jazz Ensemble and Co-Director of the Carlton J. Kell High School Jazz Ensemble where he directs and arranges music for both of the big bands as well as their jazz combo groups. Josh also works for the award-winning Carlton J. Kell High School Marching Band as a woodwind specialist. Inglis is also a member of the Modernaires, a big band comprised of instrumentalists in the Atlanta area. He is also the intern of the Georgia Youth Symphony Orchestra Jazz Ensemble. Professional associations include: Georgia Music Educators Association and National Association for Music Educators.
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