Saxophonist Amy McGlothlin is a teacher and performer in the greater Boston metropolitan area. She is currently the professor of saxophone at Salem State University and also Gordon College, both located on the north shore of Massachusetts. Amy also has a large private studio of middle school and high school saxophone students and specializes in teaching students with learning disabilities.
Amy earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music from Marshall University and holds a Master of Music from the Longy School of Music in Cambridge, Massachusetts. She has studied with Gordon Shaffer, Dr. Ed Bingham, Dale Underwood, and Ken Radnofsky. In addition she has participated in masterclasses and lessons with Jean-Michel Goury, Pierre-Stephan Meuge, and Serge Bertocchi. She is currently pursuing her Doctor of Musical Arts in Saxophone Performance at Boston University where she is a student of Ken Radnofsky.