Dr. Timothy Rosenberg is a saxophonist specializing in classical, avant-garde, and commercial music. He has performed across the United States including notable performances at The University of Central Florida, Stetson University, Texas Tech University, and many others. He has performed at every North American Saxophone Alliance Biennial Conference since 2004. He has also performed in Gap, France at the Université Européenne de Saxophone. He is currently Adjunct Instructor of Saxophone at Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach, FL, and a Course Director at Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL, where he teaches Talent Evaluation for A&R.
Timothy is also an accomplished recording engineer with thousands of hours of experience. He has recorded live performances of Emanuel Ax, Wynton Marsalis, Tiempo Libre, the Lansing Symphony Orchestra, as well as Van Cliburn Gold Medal Winners Stanislav Ioudenitch and Ralph Votapek. His recordings were featured on WKAR, WIBC, and the Big Ten Network. In 2010 he produced a CD of student recordings called Drastic Measures.
Currently living in Orlando, FL, Dr. Rosenberg holds degrees from Michigan State University, and Ithaca College, having studied with Dr. Steven Mauk and Prof. Joseph Lulloff respectively.