Lannah Fitzgerald is a saxophonist and music educator in the Boston area.  She has performed in venues such as Symphony Hall, Jordan Hall, and Seiji Ozawa Hall at Tanglewood.  While a student of renowned saxophoinst Ken Radnofsky at Boston University, she played in the Boston Saxophone Ensemble, the Boston University Wind Ensemble and the Jennifer Bill Saxophone Quartet.  Lannah also performed with esteemed pianist Alex Poliykov at M. Steinert & Sons in Boston and Natick, Massachusetts.  

Lannah earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education at Bridgewater State University, where she won the Concerto Competition in 2017.    Lannah played alto saxophone in the Bridgewater  State University Jazz Band and was a featured soloist on soprano saxophone with the Bridgewater State University Chamber Choir.   Lannah received extensive training in teaching all  standard band and orchestra instruments while at Bridgewater State University.  In 2018, Lannah was selected as one of six teaching fellows from around the country to join the Summer Music Festival Teaching Academy at South Shore Conservatory.  During the fellowship, Lannah taught performance techniques to advanced middle and high school woodwind and brass musicians.  She will complete her Master’s of Music Education degree at Shenandoah Conservatory in  August of 2021.

Miss Fitzgerald currently teaches music and chorus in Walpole, Massachusetts, and presently plays tenor saxophone in the Boston University Saxophone Ensemble.  Lannah has served in the music ministry at St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Millis, Massachusetts for ten years.  She has sung as a cantor, selected music for church services, and performed on saxophone for church and community events.  Lannah enjoys learning new instruments, teaching, and playing a variety of musical styles.