Max Dvorin is a woodwind doubler who resides in Nashville, TN. Max enrolled at Belmont University in 2014 and graduated in 2018, with a Bachelor of Music degree in commercial saxophone. Max went back to Belmont in 2021 and earned his Master of Music Degree in Multiple Woodwinds with a concentration in flute in 2023.
In 2018, after graduating from Belmont University, Max became a full time freelance musician and private music instructor in Nashville, TN. Teaching saxophone, clarinet, flute and oboe to students of all ages, Max enjoys sharing his love for music with his students, hoping to inspire and motivate them to achieve their very best on their instruments.
Max has a home studio where he records for clients on all of the woodwinds. Other gigs Max does frequently involve big bands, corporate events, musical theater, weddings, music festivals, and religious services. Currently, Max also co-leads a monthly big band with some of the finest musicians in Nashville.
Some artists and venues Max has been apart of: Grand Ole Opry, Jon Pardi, Joss Stone, The Huckabee Show, Wendy Moten, Phil Vassar, Mike Farris, Here Come the Mummies, Tim Akers & The Smoking Section, Musicians Hall of Fame Concert and Induction Ceremony, Gaither Christmas, Sam Moore, The Nashville Jazz Orchestra, The General Jackson Showboat, Ann Hampton Callaway, Morgan James.