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Heflin, Thomas Dr.

Fine Arts
Assistant Professor of Jazz

Music 208

Thomas Heflin currently serves as Assistant Professor of Jazz at ABAC. Heflin has also served as an instructor at the Manhattan School of Music Summer Music Camp, The Jefferson Center Jazz Institute, the University of Texas, the University Outreach and Continuing Education Program at the University of Tennessee and Roane State Community College. He also served as the Central Greenough Artist-in-Residence in Western Australia as well as an artist-in-residence the Always on Stage Festival in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. In 2009, Heflin received his doctorate in Music Performance (Jazz Emphasis) from the University of Texas, Austin. Shortly after, he moved to New York City and served as Program Manager and jazz faculty at the Manhattan School of Music Precollege Division for five years. He is the co-author of “Understanding Music: Past and Present,” the Music Appreciation textbook currently used by eCore, Georgia’s online classes for college core curriculum. He lives in Tifton with his wife Danica and his daughter Anna Bree.

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