Dylan directs music theory classes for the Temple Music Preparatory Community Music Scholars Program. This involves writing curriculum, coordinating graduate instructors, and teaching students in middle and high school. Recent graduates have placed into accelerated theory courses for college music majors.
While studying at Temple, Dylan taught aural skills in the honors theory sequence. In 2016, he received the B. Stimson Carrow Award for excellence in musicianship and pedagogy.
Before entering graduate school, Dylan was employed in the Pennsbury School District, which is consistently named one of NAMM’s Top One Hundred Communities for Music Education. While there, he rehearsed wind and jazz ensembles. Dylan holds a license to teach in Pennsylvania.
Over the years, Dylan has coached students of all ages on saxophone, clarinet, flute, and in music theory. He is available for private instruction in Princeton, NJ.