Jocelyn Abrahamzon is a dedicated arts administrator, music educator, and saxophonist. She explored many musical interests while earning her Master of Music in Saxophone Performance from Temple University in 2021 and her Bachelor of Music from James Madison University in 2019. Jocelyn performed as the featured soloist on John Williams’ “Escapades” while on tour with the James Madison University Wind Symphony in 2018, won “Best Presentation” at the 2019 Virginia Collegiate Honors Conference for her study titled “Margulis Revisited: Once More on Program Notes and Audience Enjoyment,” and created “You Choose Tunes,” an educational video series for middle and high school saxophonists where they choose the music, as part of the North American Saxophone Alliance Committee on the Status of Women’s Mentoring Program. Additionally, Jocelyn worked with the world-renowned PRISM Quartet and at the Brevard Music Center Summer Institute and Festival.
Back in her home state of Maryland, Jocelyn teaches private lessons, works with Westminster High School’s marching band, and served as an adjudicator at Howard County’s 2022 Solo and Ensemble Festival in addition to her work at OrchKids.