M.M. in Trombone Performance, University of Maryland
B.M. in Music Education, University of Central Arkansas
Professor Nathaniel Reynolds is an Assistant Professor of Music at Southeastern (FL) University. His duties include teaching the Low Brass studio, directing the SEU Pep Band, coaching the SEU Fellowship Brass Quintet, teaching music theory courses, and advising undergraduate students of the Bachelor of Arts degree. Professor Reynolds holds a Master of Music in Trombone Performance from the University of Maryland, where he served as a graduate assistant to the athletic bands. He received a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Central Arkansas.
Professor Reynolds’ teaching experience includes undergraduate music theory courses and music appreciation courses, collegiate-level athletic bands, and trombone applied lessons. His research interests include bridging the gap between the trombone as an instrument and electronic music, film scoring in the 21st century, perceptions of performance quality, and standards-based music instruction.
Professor Reynolds most recently performed as a freelance trombonist and music educator in the Baltimore/Washington DC area. He has had the privilege of performing with some of the area’s most outstanding musicians at world-renowned facilities such as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Washington National Cathedral, and the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall.