Saul Lubaroff wears many musical hats. He has played saxophone and studied the art of jazz improv for 34 yrs. An adjunct music instructor in the Iowa City schools, where he coaches the City High School show choir combo, and teaches woodwinds at Southeast jr high part time, while maintaining a private studio of students and performing in many local funk and jazz groups, including The Fez- Iowa City's Steely Dan tribute band, The Monday Night All Stars, The Johnny Killowatt Band and his own Jazz Group deftly named The Saul Lubaroff Quartet, with 2 CD's available on I-tunes and many other digital music providers on the internet.

An accomplished free-lance woodwind artist, Saul has recently played clarinet with Orchestra Iowa for The Music Man at the Paramount Theater. You will often spot Saul as a sideman with notable musicians Dan Knight, Nick George, Denny Redmond. In 2009 a lifelong dream was fulfilled by travelling to NYC and playing at the Knickerbocker jazz club in Greenwich Village with world famous jazz pianist Michael Wolff and his group. In 2013, a journey to Chicago to perform with Michael's touring band with Mike Clark of Herbie Hancock fame on drums and bassist Jeff Berlin. When travelling, Saul always brings his horn, and has been spotted playing in Madison, WI with local Latin Jazz king Tony Castenada and his band. In Philadelphia in 2012, a jam session in Old Town Philly with jazz sax hero and college friend Anibal Rojas. In Santa Monica, CA at a jam session at Harvelle's by the ocean! In 2014 a trip to Anahiem, CA to represent P Mauriat saxophones at the NAMM show is planned!   Saul is the very proud Dad of Zane and Will.