A passionate educator, Nick Zoulek is currently on faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater (sabbatical replacement), where he teaches saxophone and jazz courses. Previously, he was the Saxophone Graduate Assistant at Bowling Green State University, where he taught private saxophone lessons and saxophone quartets. He has previously held assistant positions with the University Band area and Music Theory area at BGSU. Nick has held private studios in Paris and southern Wisconsin, and has served on faculty at the BGSU Super Sax Camp, Warhawk Band Camp, Southern Lake Select Band Camp, and the Lutheran Summer Music Camp.

An active clinician, Nick has given guest recitals, lectures, and masterclasses at universities in Wisconsin, Missouri, Oklahoma, Ohio, Illinois, and Michigan. Striving to inspire young students, Nick frequently hosts music-exploration days at children's museums, high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools.

For information on private lessons, Skype consultations, clinic RESERVATIONS, and more, please leave a message on the contact page.

Lecture with Millikin University students

Lecture with Millikin University students


"Nick Zoulek is a phenomenal guest!  He gave invaluable advice to our saxophone students and the perfect amount of encouragement and constructive criticism to our composition majors.  The students are still raving about his tour-de-force performance." 

- Dr. Stacey Barelos, professor, Missouri Southern State University