At the moment Diane Hunger teaches classical saxophone and chamber music at Syracuse University,
where she is also the conductor of the Saxophone Ensemble.
The music, including its theory and history, is always the focal point in her teaching. Furthermore she helps her students find their own sound and develop the whole color pallet, so each of them is able to increase their own musical expression.
Diane Hunger has long lasting experience in university and community school teaching. In the past she taught e.g. at Cornell University, State University of New York at Fredonia, Roberts-Wesleyan College, and as a Teaching Assistant at The Eastman School of Music, as well as at the Community Music School Mainz-Hechtsheim (Germany).
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Daryl Warren - Saxophone Performance Major - 04 November, 2017
Thank you for always pushing me to be a better musician!
You have always pushed me because you knew what I was able to accomplish.
I am very grateful for the time I have had you as a teacher
and am excited for what the next year holds!
Jess Sisti - Music Education Major - 14 October 2017
I don't think I would've been able to accomplish all that I have without you.
Your wisdom and guidance has taught me not about the saxophone,
but about myself. And that I will never forget.
Brandon Sparkman - Music Education Major - 14 October 2017
I certainly wouldn't have come this far without your wisdom and help.
Through your lessons, I have learned more than just saxophone
and I will always be grateful for it.