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Annie Booth is a respected jazz educator and has appeared as a guest artist-educator at institutions across the U.S. and Canada such as the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival, The Reno Jazz Festival, The UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival, The University of Montana, Simpson College, Seattle JazzEd, and more. 

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Annie leading the SheBop Young Women in Jazz Workshop in Carbondale, CO in October 2019. Photo credit: JazzAspen Snowmass


Annie holds a Bachelors of Music Performance and a Masters of Jazz Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Colorado. The subject of her Masters thesis was the jazz camp she created in 2017 through the Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts, the SheBop Young Women in Jazz Workshop - the first in the state of Colorado exclusively for young female and non-binary musicians. 

At the University of Colorado, where she was a graduate teaching assistant during her masters degree, she directed the Jazz Ensemble II for two semesters and helped teach courses in jazz history, jazz improvisation, and jazz piano.


Annie Booth is currently an adjunct faculty member at the award-winning Thompson Jazz Studies Program at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO where she teaches jazz arranging at undergraduate level and directs a jazz combo.

She is on faculty at the Denver-based non-profit, the Colorado Conservatory for the Jazz Arts (CCJA), where she leads small groups, summer camps, and directs the SheBop Young Women in Jazz Workshop and other young women-focused programming.


Annie leading a clinic for jazz pianists, guitarists, and vibraphonists at the Palace City Jazz Festival in Mitchell, South Dakota in February 2020

Annie directing the Jazz Ensemble II at the University of Colorado in a performance of her arrangement of Henry Mancini's "Moon River," November 2019.