BIO

 
Photo by  Jason Gaskins

Photo by Jason Gaskins

Eric Juberg, 23, is a New York based jazz saxophonist and clarinetist.

An Indiana native, Eric recently graduated from the Indiana University's Jacobs School of Music. While there he studied saxophone with Tom Walsh, as well as acclaimed jazz clarinetist Frank Glover. Eric’s past teachers also include Tom Meyer and Matt Pivec, director of jazz studies at Butler University. At IU he was fortunate to work with Michael Spiro, Wayne Wallace, Brent Wallarab, John Fedchock, and world-renowned guitarist Dave Stryker. Eric also had the opportunity to share the stage with IU alum Randy Brecker at the JEN conference last year as part of IU's top jazz ensemble. He can be heard on "Afro Blue" off of Michael Spiro and Wayne Wallace's Grammy nominated album "Canto America." Eric moved to New York in 2017, where he performs and teaches on both saxophone and clarinet. 

In addition to sax and clarinet, Eric spends lots of time working with wind synthesizers, specifically the Akai Electronic Wind Instrument (EWI). Some of his other interests are composing, orchestral score studying, reading, and traveling.