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Kevin G. Mauldin

Kevin G. Mauldin, Principal Bass
Mrs. Alan M. Hallene Chair

Kevin G. Mauldin earned his B.M. degree from Memphis State University in 1982 and his M.M. degree from Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM) in 1985. A native of Memphis, he studied bass with Herman Burkhart, John Chiego and in Cincinnati with Frank Proto. His teaching responsibilities include a private studio with doublebass and electric bass students and the Hot Springs Music Festival as mentor and faculty member since 2007. Mauldin taught at the Brevard Music Center and also at the University of Miami from 2000 to 2010.

When not performing with the Naples Philharmonic, Mauldin performs with jazz artists in Southwest Florida. He is also a member of the newly formed Philharmonic Jazz Orchestra.

KGM String Repair is Mauldin's instrument repair shop, providing string repairs for professionals and students in the area. One of the bows he used during last season was made by him in 2005. Mauldin has been a member of the Naples Philharmonic since 1990.

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