Alexis Rosenberg is a jazz saxophonist, multi-instrumentalist, and educator based in Seattle, Washington. She grew up in Los Angeles where she initially developed her passion for music, and went on to study at the University of Oregon where she received Bachelor degrees in Jazz Studies and Music Education.
Some of her performance achievements include touring in Europe with the Oregon Jazz Ensemble, headlining a show with her original compositions at the Jazz Station, performing at the North American Saxophone Alliance Region 1 Conference in 2019, and partaking in gig opportunities throughout Oregon when requested.
As an educator, she taught music full time for two years at Illinois Valley High School, was a clinician at the McKay High School Jazz Festival in 2022, and taught sectionals/ensembles for local high schools as a college student. She recently relocated to Seattle where she is directing the Jazz II at Ballard High School, teaching with Lessons in Your Home, and playing local gigs.
Through teaching lessons, Alexis' primary goal is to help students develop their passion for music. Whether the goal is to play casually or professionally, jazz or classical, or whatever the situation may be, she strives to give students the right tools and techniques to achieve their goals and love what they are doing.