Matt has worked as a music instructor for much of his career. He currently teaches saxophone at Temple University and the College House program at the University of Pennsylvania.
He also serves as a mentor for the Curtis Institute of Music’s Community Artist Program (CAP), which provides an opportunity for gifted students to develop entrepreneurial skills, and combine “artistry with invention, leadership with advocacy, and citizenship with community.”
Matt has previously served on the faculties of the University of Michigan (sabbatical replacement and All-State program), University of Redlands, University of Toledo, and Settlement Music School.
As a member of the PRISM Quartet, Matt participates in a week-long annual High School Saxophone Institute at the Interlochen Center for the Arts. With PRISM, Matt has also conducted residencies at dozens of music training institutions worldwide, including Oberlin Conservatory, Princeton University, Eastman School of Music, Purdue University, North Carolina School of the Arts, Arizona State University, Ithaca College, Brigham Young University, Georgia Southern University, the universities of Missouri-Kansas City, Vermont, Illinois, Michigan, and Southern California, Tianjin Conservatory (China), Javeriana University (Colombia), Catholic University (Chile), and Mama Cuchara Cultural Center (Ecuador).
Prospective students are invited to contact Matt here.