• Alan Wyatt
    Alan Wyatt,
    Assistant Professor of Music

    B.M., M.M. University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    Email: awyatt@leeuniversity.edu

    Alan Wyatt is a member of the Lee University School of Music full-time faculty. A graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Wyatt teaches classes such as Applied Saxophone, Commercial Music Theory and History and Improvisation, and is the conductor of both the Lee University Jazz Ensemble and Pep Band. He also serves as the Area Coordinator for the Music Business degree program.

    Wyatt completed his graduate studies in jazz and commercial music and joined the Lee team as a full-time instructor in 1996. Wyatt maintains his high level of performance through engagements with the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra, Knoxville Symphony Orchestra and Knoxville Jazz Orchestra, among others.

    Wyatt has served as a clinician and performer for area jazz festivals, most recently for the East Tennessee School Band and Orchestra Association as clinician and improvisation lecturer for the Senior Jazz Clinic.

    Wyatt and his Lee colleague, Shawn Perkinson, perform regularly for the Sunday brunch at Mountain View Inn in Cleveland, Tenn.

Music Events Calendar

2/19
Faculty Recital: Doug Warner, trombone & Michael Carver, bass trombone
Begins at 7:30 PM | Read more

Squires Recital Hall
Faculty Recital: Doug Warner, trombone & Michael Carver, bass trombone
2/20
Sr. recital, Caroline Hamby & Anna Marie Brendel
Begins at 6:00 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Sr. recital, Caroline Hamby & Anna Marie Brendel
This event is free, non-ticked, and open to the public.
2/20
Wind Ensemble Concert
Begins at 7:30 PM | Read more

Conn Center
Wind Ensemble Concert
2/21
Faculty Recital - ChoEun Lee & Josh Holritz
Begins at 7:30 PM

Squires Recital Hall
Faculty Recital - ChoEun Lee & Josh Holritz
2/22
Performing Arts Series: Jacqueline Culpepper, soprano
Begins at 7:30 PM | Read more

Squires Recital Hall
Performing Arts Series: Jacqueline Culpepper, soprano
Jacqueln Culpepper, soprano, has performed more than 85 roles in opera, oratorio, and solo concert tours. "She sings the lights out." (Charlotte Observer)

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