Born: July 30, 1981 Primary Instrument: Saxophone
Tim VeedTim Veeder is a professional saxophonist, clarinetist, flautist, composer, arranger and educator based in the New York, NY area.
Born and raised in the small upstate NY town of Gloversville, Tim Veeder picked up his first saxophone at the age of 11. During his high school years Tim played his first professional gigs in the local horn-rock band ‘Cleen Street and the OverEasy Horns’, alongside his band teacher, mentor and cousin John Savage.
In 1999 Tim moved to Albany, NY to attend The College of Saint Rose where he studied music education and saxophone under Paul Evoskevich and Mark Vinci. Tim earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education (cum laude) in 2003 and his Master of Science degree also in Music Education in 2007. ...
New York, NY
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Tim Veeder holds a Bachelor of Science degree (cum laude) and a Master of Science degree both in Music Education and from the College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY. He has taught students of all ages and ability levels in public schools and private lesson settings for years and is available for private lessons throughout the NYC area including Westchester, Long Island and New Jersey. Tim currently teaches 7th & 8th grade band and conducts the middle school jazz ensemble at White Plains Public Schools in White Plains, NY.