Caroline Taylor is a Professor of Music at Ouachita Baptist University. Active as both a performer and clinician, Dr. Taylor has premiered works for saxophone throughout the United States and Europe. Her most recent performances include the 2018 World Saxophone Congress held in Zagreb, Croatia and the 2018 College Music Society National Conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia.

As a founding member of the Arkansas Saxophone Quartet, she has performed extensively all styles of chamber music ranging from transcriptions to avant-garde contemporary music. Dr. Taylor has enjoyed frequent invitations to perform at the World Saxophone Congress, numerous conferences of the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Navy Band International Saxophone Symposium, the College Music Society, and the Hawaii International Conference on the Arts & Humanities in Waikiki Beach. Her debut compact disc recording “The LYNX Duo: Music for Saxophone & Percussion” was released through Mark Custom Recordings. Her most recent recording of Snoqualmie Passages by Patrick Houlihan is included on the compact disc Ascend from the Society of Composers and Navona Records. Dr. Taylor earned both a Master of Music degree in Woodwinds Performance and a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Saxophone Performance from the University of Georgia. Dr. Caroline Taylor is a. E. Rousseau Mouthpiece Artist and a Performing Artist for the Yamaha Corporation of America.

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