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Mr. Anthony Carere

Anthony Carere
Title: Part Time Faculty

Office: Nix Center, Dahlonega
Areas of Expertise: Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute


Tony Carere joined the UNG music faculty in 2009 as adjunct professor of saxophone and flute.

He is a native of Buffalo N.Y. where he taught high school instrumental music for 14 years as well as performing on the local jazz and show scene there. He moved to Atlanta in 1979 and taught saxophone for 14 years at Georgia State University and continued to play as a professional musician.

He primarily plays the Reed I chair for Theater Orchestras, Show Bands & Jazz Ensembles. His main instrument is alto sax with strengths in flute and clarinet doubling. He is also well known as a jazz soloist. He has played for countless big name performers such as Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Judy Garland, Elvis, Bob Hope and many more.


  • 30 Graduate Hours, Music, University of Buffalo, 1967
  • Bachelor of Science in Education, Music, State University of New York, College at Fredonia, 1966

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