Kevin Gorman holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Arizona State University and a Master of Music degree in saxophone performance from Northwestern University. Additionally, he earned a Master of Arts degree in music history and literature and a Bachelor of Music degree in saxophone performance from ASU, where he has also served as a faculty associate in saxophone and chamber music. His teachers include Joseph Wytko, Frederick Hemke, Eugene Rousseau, Donald Sinta, and George Wolfe. A repeated winner in the prestigious Monterey Bay and Coleman chamber music competitions, Dr. Gorman has performed as orchestral saxophonist with the Phoenix Symphony Orchestra, the Las Vegas Philharmonic, the Arizona Musicfest Orchestra, the Sun City Symphony, the Mesa Symphony, the West Valley Symphony, the Sierra Vista Symphony, the ASU Symphony Orchestra, the Northwestern University Symphony Orchestra, and the Sonoran Desert Chorale. His playing can be heard on seven compact discs on the Summit Records and TimeGrabber Digital labels, and he is the featured alto, tenor, and baritone saxophone soloist on the companion discs to the internationally released Standard of Excellence: Festival Solos series (Book 2). For nearly two decades, he has performed across the United States as baritone and tenor saxophonist with the Joseph Wytko Saxophone Quartet – a critically acclaimed ensemble that was selected for broadcast on National Public Radio's Performance Today, among many other accolades. Dr. Gorman has served as the instructor of saxophone at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and several schools in the Phoenix Metro area, including Grand Canyon University and Southwestern College.