Prof. Austin Vickrey, M.M.

Prof. Austin Vickrey, M.M.

Office Information

St. Pete/Gibbs Campus
HS 118
Adjunct Faculty
(727) 341 - 4360


Professor Austin Vickrey holds a Bachelor of Music in Saxophone Performance from the University of Utah (2000) and a Master of Music in Jazz Studies from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music (2004). After receiving his Master's degree, Mr. Vickrey was the Assistant Instrumental Director at Earlham College in Richmond, IN (2004-2008) where he directed the Earlham Jazz Ensemble, taught private lessons in saxophone, improvisation, and jazz theory.  In addition to being an instructor of music, Mr. Vickrey is an accomplished saxophonist and performer. He is well versed in several genres of music ranging from jazz and classical to funk, latin, and R&B. Some of Mr. Vickrey's performance credits include shows with The Cab Calloway Orchestra, Nelson Riddle Orchestra, Al Martino, The O-Jay's, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Lou Rawls, and funk legend, Bootsy Collins. Since having moved to St. Petersburg, FL in 2008, Mr. Vickrey continues to teach and perform regularly throughout the Tampa Bay area. He currently performs with the Brazilian jazz group, O Som Do Jazz, as well as with his own quartet/trio and many other local artists.




Office Schedule

By appointment

Tutoring Availability


Classroom Schedule

Classes shown below are for the current term: Summer Term 2016 (0515)

MVW 1215   #1119
SP HS105
7:03 pm - 7:03 pm

Subjects Taught

Music: Commercial, Musical Ensembles, Music: Theory, Applied Music: Woodwinds

Course Schedule

= Austin Vickrey has added information specific to this course. (syllabus, video, class meeting times, etc.)

Summer Term 2016 arrow 0515
  MVW 1215   Applied Music SecondySaxophone 1119SPIndependent Study5/16/167/22/16
Spring Term 2016 arrow 0510
  MUT 1001   Fundamentals Of Music 1029SPFace-to-Face1/11/165/06/16
  MUT 1001   Fundamentals Of Music 1892SPFace-to-Face1/11/165/06/16
  MUM 1030   Performance Techniques 2721SPFace-to-Face1/11/165/06/16
  MUN 1700   Improvisation Ensemble 2731SPFace-to-Face1/11/165/06/16
  MVW 1317   Cont. Woodwind Techniques I 5081SPIndependent Study1/11/165/06/16