Faculty & Staff

Saul Dautch
Private Lesson Instructor, Saxophone
Community Arts

I encourage my students to find inspiration in multiple styles of music and art when approaching their instruments. The goal is to become well-rounded musicians, and more importantly, well-rounded human beings.

Degrees & Accomplishments
MM in Jazz Performance, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University
BM in Jazz Performance, University of Central Florida
Ravinia Steans Institute 2019 Fellowship Recipient

Saul Dautch, a South Florida native and an alum of the Mason Gross School of the Arts Music Department, is a freelance saxophonist composer/arranger and educator in the NYC/NJ area. Before moving to New York City, Saul performed extensively in the diverse jazz and commercial music scene of Orlando, Florida. He has performed with many world class big bands including: The World-Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra, The Flying Horse Big Band, The Orlando Jazz Orchestra and Bill O’Connell’s Afro Caribbean Ensemble. He has shared the stage with the likes of Harry Allen, George Garzone, Conrad Herwig, Gary Smulyan, Robby Ameen, Jeff Rupert and Veronica Swift amongst others. Saul is a featured soloist on several albums released by the Flying Horse Big Band: Big Man on Campus (2016), The Bat Swings (2018) and Good News! (2019).