- M.M., Oboe Performance, University of Michigan, 2017
- B.M., Oboe Performance, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, 2015
Jonathan Conjurske is adjunct lecturer in music in choral conducting at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.
He is an AmSAT certified teacher of the Alexander Technique. Conjurske completed his training as part of the three-year teacher training course at Alexander Technique Ann Arbor, led by Jane Ruby Heirich.
He is particularly interested in using the technique to help musicians discover new dimensions of self-expression and freedom in mind and body. By developing a heightened sense of mind-body awareness, students can simultaneously cultivate a calm inner presence and an outward expanded alertness.
A keenly intuitive educator, musician, and visual artist, Conjurske also enjoys finding creative ways of combining his passion for the Alexander Technique, oboe, and painting.
Conjurske is a graduate of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, where he earned an M.M. in Oboe Performance degree. He earned a B.M. in Oboe Performance from the University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire, where he was a winner of the university concerto competition.