Jeffrey Anderson teaches bass guitar at Washington University.
Saxophonist, Bassist Jeffrey Anderson was born in Lawrence, Kansas and moved to St. Louis, Missouri when he was eight years old. He is a graduate of University City High School’s class of 1975, where he was admitted to Who’s Who Among American High School Music Students. Jeffrey plays saxophone, acoustic bass and piano. In 1976 he was honored with the University of Wisconsin Jazz Festival Award for Outstanding Saxaphone Soloist in a Combo, and in the Big band Category. A 1982 graduate of Morris Brown College in Atlanta, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Performance, he has gone on to teach various summer camps at Kirkwood High School and Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
Jeffrey has also taught in the Conservatory Program sponsored by the University City School District, and at the University of Missouri, St. Louis. He was a graduate assistant at the University of Southern Illinois at Edwardsville where he earned his Master’s Degree in Jazz Performance, and is currently coaching jazz combos at Washington University in St Louis.
He is married to Edie, his wife of 15 years. In addition, he is part owner of NU Millennium Studios and High Resolution Records in St. Louis, Missouri.