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   Aaron A. Flagg, Dean
  The Hartt School, Office of the Dean
   University of Hartford
   200 Bloomfield Avenue
   West Hartford, CT 06117

  P: 860-768-44668
Hometown: Baldwin Park, CA
Instrumentalist: Trumpet

  • The Hartt School of the Unviersity of Hartford, Dean (2009)
  • Music Conservatory of Westchester, Executive Director (2005-2009)
  • The Juilliard School, Director of Educational Outreach (2000-2005)
  • University of Connecticut, Director of the Jazz Studies (1999-2000).
  • The Juilliard School
  • University of Michigan, Doctorate in Music Administration
Memberships/ Affiliations
  • League of American Orchestras, New York
  • National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts.
As a trumpet player, Dr. Flagg has given concerto and other solo performances with orchestras, toured with chamber music groups, and performed numerous recitals. He has given master classes and recitals at Jackson State University and Fayetteville State University, and presented lectures at the Curtis Institute, Oberlin College, and Carnegie Hall.

Dr. Flagg's diverse experience includes concerto, recital, orchestral, and chamber music performances in classical, jazz, and new music. His jazz performances include the Illinois Jacquet Big Band, the Music Outreach Jazz Ensemble, and the Aaron Flagg Quartet. He has toured with the Tania Leon's Son Sonora Ensemble; recorded with Roberta Flack and operatic soprano Barbara Conrad; and performed with the New York Philharmonic, Manhattan Virtuosi, Lansing Symphony, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Wynton Marsalis, Gladys Knight, and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, among others.
    He has been a consultant with arts presenting organizations and universities around the country, while also being a teaching artist for 15 years with organizations including the Lincoln Center Institute, Carnegie Hall Education, New York Philharmonic Education, Memphis Arts Council, Guggenheim Museum, and the New York City Opera. He was named a national spokesman for the Music Educators National Conference in Virginia in 1999 and received the Rising Star Award for Westchester's "Forty under Forty" in 2008.