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Contact & Location

Moscow

Lionel Hampton School of Music

Physical Address:
Corner of Blake & W. Sweet Ave.
PHONE: 208-885-6231
FAX: 208-885-7254
EMAIL: music@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
Lionel Hampton School of Music
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4015
University of Idaho
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4015
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Javier Rodriguez, D.M.A.


Office: Music 309
Email: jrodriguez@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: c/o Lionel Hampton School of Music
875 Perimeter Drive MS 4015
Moscow, Idaho 83844-4015

College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences
Lionel Hampton School of Music
Assistant Professor of Bassoon

With UI Since 2014

  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Bassoon
  • Biography
    Professional Background:
    Dr. Javier Rodriguez is the Assistant Professor of Bassoon at the Lionel Hampton School of Music at the University of Idaho where he performs with the Northwest Wind Quintet and teaches studio bassoon and courses in woodwind instrumental techniques and world music. He previously taught at the University of Texas at San Antonio. Rodriguez has held orchestral positions with the Baton Rouge, Lake Charles, and Valdosta Symphonies, the Louisiana Sinfonietta, the Natchez Opera Festival Orchestra, and the Ars Nova Chamber Orchestra, and has also performed with the Austin, Jacksonville, Kentucky, San Antonio, Tallahassee, and Monterrey (MX) symphonies.

    In the summer, Rodriguez teaches bassoon and world music at the Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Twin Lake, MI. He has previously taught at the LSU Honors Chamber Winds Camp, the FSU Summer Music Camps Double Reed Workshop, and served as a Teaching Assistant at the Brevard Music Festival.

    Rodriguez is a founding member of the Post-Haste Reed Duo with saxophonist Sean Fredenburg (www.posthasteduo.com). Along with performances and master classes at numerous colleges and universities, Post-­‐Haste has also appeared at the Society for Electro Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), the North Atlantic Saxophone Alliance (NASA), the Association for Technology for Music Instruction (ATMI), the White Lake Chamber Music Festival, and Future Music Oregon (FMO). Post-Haste Reed Duo has also served as Ensemble-In-Residence
    at the Jubilus Festival in Gainesville, FL and as the pilot ensemble for Classical Revolution Portland’s (CRPDX) Outreach Series.

    As a soloist and chamber musician, Rodriguez has commissioned works by composers including Nansi Carroll, Stephen Coxe, Edward J. Hines, Simon Hutchinson, Michael Johanson, Joshua Keeling, Lanier Sammons, John Steinmetz, Ethan Wickman, and Bang on a Can co-creator Michael Gordon. He holds a Doctor of Music degree from Florida State University, Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from Louisiana State University, and has also studied at the University of Cincinnati College-­‐Conservatory of Music. His teachers include Jeffrey Keesecker, William Ludwig and William Winstead.