Tyler Long, B.S., B.A.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT & INSTRUCTOR OF SAXOPHONE, PIANO, AND MUSIC THEORY
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Accepting new students: Yes
Centralized teaching area: Noblesville
Personal studio: Yes
Travel lessons offered: Yes
An avid supporter of the arts in developmental education, Tyler Long is an active music educator, conductor, and #1 fan of anything creative. Also passionate about instrumental education, he has led visual programs at the marching bands of Pendleton Heights High School and Marion High School. Most recently, Tyler served on the music staff at Fishers High School’s Marching Tiger Band, a consistent ISSMA state finalist and Bands of America semifinalist band.
As a performer, Tyler has traveled and conducted all over the United States with top ensembles at Indiana Wesleyan University. He has also performed in principal chairs on saxophone and bassoon with such notable ensembles as the Ohio State Honor Band and the IMEA Intercollegiate Masterworks Ensemble. Tyler received a BS/BA in music education and church music from Indiana Wesleyan in 2018, where he studied saxophone with jazz legend Todd Williams (Wynton Marsalis Septet, Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra) and conducting with Michael Flanagin (Director of Bands, IWU). In his spare time, Tyler enjoys arranging music for marching/concert band, all things sports, and playing board games. He currently lives in northeast Indianapolis and has fallen in love with the area already!