Adjunct Instructor of Clarinet
M.M. - North Texas State University
Office: 166 Russell Hall
Phone: (319) 273-6229
Jack Graham, Professor of Clarinet at the University of Northern Iowa, has performed in the Waterloo-Cedar Falls area for the past 35 years. During this time he has variously served as Principal Clarinetist, Associate Conductor and Acting Music Director/Conductor of the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra. He is also a founding member of UNI's Northwind Quintet, and since 1969 has been Principal Clarinetist of the New Hampshire Music Festival. He can be heard on CDs of the Northwind Quintet, the New Hampshire Music Festival and on two CDs of UNI's Jazz Band I ("Games" and "That Big Band Thing").
His students have achieved success in many musical endeavors, including performing, public school and college teaching, and graduate study at prestigious institutions.
Professor Graham is also advisor to and co-founder of UNI's unique and innovative "Klari-Kids" program. Associated with UNI's very successful Suzuki School, Klari-Kids focuses on starting young (as early as first grade) students on E flat clarinets.