Joseph Johnson

Joseph Johnson is a musician and educator originally from Long Island, NY. He recently received his masters degree in Horn Performance from the University of Florida where he served as the studio graduate assistant. Outside of working in the horn studio, he was a staff member for the Gator Marching Band and was a freelancer in the Gainesville area. 

He has performed with the Gainesville Symphony, Valdosta Symphony and North Shore Symphony Orchestras, the Northern Symphonic Winds, and a multitude of chamber ensembles and UF British Brass Band. Johnson serves on staff at the prestigious Kendall Betts Horn Camp, where he mentors students, facilitates day to day operations, and performs in the faculty/staff ensemble.

Johnson is starting his DMA in Horn Performance at the University of Georgia studying with Dr. James Naigus and Dr. Jean Martin-Williams. Johnson received his Master’s in Performance from the University of Florida studying with Dr. Paul Basler, and received his Bachelor’s degree in Music Education with a Performance Certificate from the Crane School of Music where he studied with Dr. Lauren Becker. During his time at Crane he also studied organ under Dr. Michelle Martin-Atwood.