Jeff Hudson has taught courses in Music Fundamentals, Low Brass Methods, and Aural Skills at George Mason University. Also a doctoral student, he extensively studies brass pedagogy and methodology as they apply to various embouchure and performance issues and is also currently researching the possibilities of wind instrument use as a therapeutic option for common medical breathing disorders.
As a freelance tubist, Jeff has performed with members of the National Symphony Orchestra, the Baltimore Symphony, and the Richmond Symphony Orchestra, among others. He has served as an educator and clinician in various settings in the Virginia, Maryland, and D.C. area.
Hudson studied with Dr. Ross Walter at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree in tuba performance. From there, he traveled to Baltimore to study with David Fedderly at the Peabody Conservatory of The Johns Hopkins University, earning a Master of Music degree. Currently Jeff Hudson lives in Washington, D.C. and is pursuing a DMA here at Mason while studying with Professor Andrew Hitz.