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The Music for All Blog
Erin Fortune
Erin Fortune is the Director of Sponsorships at Music for All and has been working with Music for All since 2010, first in the Participant Relations department, followed by the marketing department as Marketing Manager, and is now in advancement. She is a graduate of the Music Industry Management program at Ferris State University in Michigan and is a former Percussive Arts Society Intern and a Yamaha Corporation of America, Band and Orchestral Division Intern.
Highlights for both Featured and Invited Bands

Concert Performances and Clinics

Each ensemble performs a concert before a knowledgeable audience, including the Festival evaluation panel, music educators and fellow band and orchestra members. Ensemble directors receive recorded and written comments from the evaluators. Concert band directors also receive recorded and written input on their conducting from a revered conductor. Following the performance, each Featured Band and Percussion Ensemble has a private clinic with one of the Festival Evaluators/Clinicians. Each Invited Band receives an on stage clinic with three Festival Evaluators/Clinicians.

Scheduled Observation
Concert observation time is scheduled and required for each ensemble, ensuring that all ensembles perform for a knowledgeable, appreciative audience who in turn enjoy outstanding performances of quality literature.

Master Classes
All students participate in instrumental master classes, led by top applied faculty professional musicians. This opportunity provides for interaction with outstanding performers whose insight and experience exemplify musical achievement.

Social Events for Students and Directors
The Festival social gives students the chance to relax, have fun and get to know students from other programs across the country. The director and evaluator reception and hospitality opportunities offer networking and informal interaction with colleagues, guest artists and icons of music education.

Gala Awards Banquet
The “black-tie-optional” banquet for students, directors, parents, staff and evaluators culminates the Festival with first-class standards that distinguish the Music for All National Festival. Guests enjoy a plated dinner, recognition of each ensemble and presentation of awards to each ensemble. The formal banquet with over 2,000 guests is sure to be unforgettable for you, your students, parents and supporters.

World-Class Venues and Facilities
Featured Bands perform at Clowes Memorial Hall and Invited Bands at the new Howard L. Schrott Center for the Performing Arts, both on the Butler University campus. Percussion ensembles perform at Warren Performing Arts Center and Orchestras at Hilbert Circle Theatre, home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

DVD and CD package

Each student member and director gets a recording package of their concert, including professionally-produced video on DVD and audio on CD.

Festival Hotels
Music for All National Festival will be hosted at the Marriott Place Indianapolis, featuring the beautiful JW Marriott and three additional Marriott properties. Marriott Place Indianapolis is located in downtown Indianapolis and is surrounded by numerous cultural and recreational attractions.

Ensemble Hosts
Each invited ensemble will be assigned a “host” to help guide you through the Festival weekend and is committed to ensuring that you have the best possible experience before and during the Festival. Hosts are familiar with, and in most cases have had an ensemble perform at, the Festival.

Opportunities for Additional Ensembles
Many groups want to travel with all of the students in their school’s band program and Music for All provides educational options to allow as many of your instrumental music student as possible to participate. Directors can choose to submit audition applications for multiple bands from one school for the Featured Band and/or Invited Band stages. Selected bands for both stages can choose to bring additional ensembles – concert bands, percussion ensembles or orchestras – to participate in additional opportunities during the Festival.

Festival Invitation Visit and Director “Fam” Trip

Every Featured and Invited ensemble is offered a visit to your school from a member of the Festival team. This visit, which is mandatory for first time participating schools and/or directors, helps assure your students, parent boosters and administration understand the magnitude of your achievement.
A mandatory familiarization trip to Indianapolis for directors of all accepted ensembles will take place at the Festival performance venues and hotel facilities. Music for All will take directors on a city and site inspection of the performance halls, warm-up rooms, clinic rooms and the Festival hotels. The philosophy behind the event, Festival schedule and costs will be thoroughly discussed to ensure a complete understanding of pre-planning information for your ensemble. The “Fam” Trip for the 2014 ensembles will be Sunday, November 17, 2013 in Indianapolis, Indiana (coinciding with the Bands of America Grand National Championships weekend). Transportation and housing for the “Fam Trip” to Indianapolis is at the participating ensemble’s expense
Friday, February 01, 2013

Orchestra America National Festival

Orchestra America National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 14-16, 2019, Indianapolis, IN 
 
Presented in cooperation with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra

Music for All is honored to have the support and involvement of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra for the Orchestra America National Festival. Orchestra concerts are in the magnificent Hilbert Circle Theatre, home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Master classes are presented by leading applied faculty and artists, including members of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.

Learn more about the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra online at www.IndianapolisSymphony.org.

About Orchestra America
Orchestra America, a program of Music for All, shines a national spotlight on scholastic orchestras, providing educational programs and spectacular musical experiences for string players in a positive, supportive environment.


In addition to the Orchestra America National Festival, Music for All’s educational programs and performance opportunities for orchestras and string students include the Summer Symposium for high school string players and the Honor Orchestra of America at the Festival

Highlights for Ensembles

Concert Performances and Clinics
Each ensemble performs a concert before a knowledgeable audience, including the Festival evaluation panel, music educators and fellow band and orchestra members. Ensemble directors receive recorded and written comments from the evaluators. Concert band directors also receive recorded and written input on their conducting from a revered conductor. Following the performance, each orchestra has a private clinic with one of the Festival Evaluators/Clinicians.

Scheduled Observation
Concert observation time is scheduled and required for each ensemble, ensuring that all ensembles perform for a knowledgeable, appreciative audience who in turn enjoy outstanding performances of quality literature.

Master Classes
All students participate in instrumental master classes, led by top applied faculty and professional musicians, including members of the Indianpolis Symphony Orchestra. This opportunity provides for interaction with outstanding performers whose insight and experience exemplify musical achievement.

Social Events for Students and Directors
The Festival social gives students the chance to relax, have fun and get to know students from other programs across the country. The director and evaluator reception and hospitality opportunities offer networking and informal interaction with colleagues, guest artists and icons of music education.

Gala Awards Banquet
The “black-tie-optional” banquet for students, directors, parents, staff and evaluators culminates the Festival with first-class standards that distinguish the Music for All National Festival. Guests enjoy a plated dinner, recognition of each ensemble and presentation of awards to each ensemble. The formal banquet with over 2,000 guests is sure to be unforgettable for you, your students, parents and supporters.

 

2019 Music for All National Festival Application

Application Deadline: June 5, 2018

Friday, February 01, 2013

Middle School National Music Festival

part of the Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha


 

March 14-16, 2019

The Middle School National Music Festival at the Music for All National Festival helps plant the seeds of excellence early. Middle school concert bands, percussion ensembles and orchestras have the opportunity to experience this national stage.

“The Music for All National Festival is unique in that there is no other music festival that can provide such a life-changing experience for students and directors alike through so many different rewarding music education activities at one non-competitive event,” says Mr. Richard Crain, coordinator emeritus of the National Concert Band Festival and Chairman/President of the Midwest Clinic board of directors.

Middle school ensembles attending the Music for All National Festival can expect an exhilarating and educationally rewarding experience. Students have the opportunity to participate in a master class with a noted professional performer on their instrument and also have the opportunity to listen to other middle school and high school bands, orchestras and percussion ensembles from all over the nation. Ensembles are evaluated in a non-competitive environment. Each receives a post-concert clinic, a student social, special opening session and Gala Awards Banquet for the middle school participants. Directors who have participated in the Festival tell us how they have been inspired by the experience to take their bands to a new level of excellence.

“The inclusion of middle school ensembles into the Music for All weekend is a tremendous incentive, providing a new musical challenge without the pressure of trying to achieve a rating,” says Mr. Ray Cramer, MFA Festival evaluator and Midwest Clinic board member. “A performance at this national event would validate to students, parents and school administrators the importance of musical achievement through goal setting and the motivation to excellence.”

Each ensemble performs a program of its choice, and each ensemble has assigned audience time, creating a positive environment for students as performers and listeners. Since the competition is completed when the bands are selected through a recorded audition process before a panel of renowned music educators, the ensembles can concentrate on giving their best performance in a non-competitive atmosphere during the Festival.

“This experience was not only beneficial to my students but myself as well,” says Greg McCutcheon, director of the Waller Junior High School concert band. “Being a young director and inexperienced as far as invitational events [like the Midwest Clinic] go, I feel that I have grown and can be ready for any challenge now. As for my students, this is something they will never forget. About half of my band had never been outside of Texas prior to this event. This was the first time several of them had ever flown on a plane. Staying in a hotel of such caliber really opened my students’ eyes and let them see things they never saw before.”

“I think the most positive aspect of the festival was the actual performance,” says McCutcheon. “To be on that stage at such a venue was an honor and a privilege that my students really enjoyed. I also think the opening session was extremely important and well done. This experience plays such an integral role in a student’s musical life. They really worked their tails off and performed well. I think after my students attended this event, many of them realized how much they really do enjoy band, as well as why they enjoy band!”

Outstanding Middle School ensembles who have performed at the Festival:
Bailey M.S., TX
Bayside Intermediate School, TX
Brandenburg M.S., TX
Bumpus M.S., 
Charleston County School for the Arts M.S., SC
Chisholm Trail M.S., TX
Clarendon Hills M.S., IL
Clay M.S., IN
Conner M.S., KY
Cook M.S., TX
Coyle M.S., TX
Deerpark M.S., TX
Dickerson M.S., GA
Doerre Intermediate School, TX
Durham M.S., GA
Dueitt M.S., TX
Farmington Jr. H.S., UT
First Colony M.S., TX
Friendswood Jr. H.S., TX
Fort Settlement M.S., TX
Griffin M.S., TX
Harpool M.S., TX
Hendrix Jr. H.S, AZ
Hightower Trail M.S., GA
Hill Country M.S., TX
Hopewell M.S., GA
Hudson Bend M.S., TX
Indian Springs M.S., TX
Kinard Core Knowledge M.S., CO
Krimmel Intermediate, TX
Lake Travis M.S., TX
Lamar M.S. and Fine Arts Academy, TX
Mason M.S., OH
McAdams Jr. H.S., TX
McMeans Jr. H.S., TX
Murchison M.S., TX
North Gwinnett M.S., GA
North M.S., KY
Rising Starr M.S., GA
Riverwatch M.S., GA
Running Brushy M.S., TX
Salyards M.S., TX
Sartartia M.S., TX
Simpson M.S., GA
Waller Jr. H.S., TX
West Ridge M.S., TX

Requirements for Application
All auditioning ensembles receive recorded and written critique from a panel of esteemed music educators on the selection/evaluation committee. The listening is “blind”– ensembles are not identified to evaluators in the listening process. Evaluators then recommend the ensembles that demonstrate an exemplary level of excellence to perform at the Festival.

Application consists of the completed Application Form submitted with the audition CD and application fee. Specific requirements for application audition recording are included on the Requirements for Application page in this packet. The application fee is $250 per ensemble, with reduced application fees for additional ensembles applying from the same school

2019 Music for All National Festival Interest Form

The Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival 
March 14-16, 2019, Indianapolis, IN

The Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival is a non-competitive performance and evaluation opportunity that shines a spotlight on the nation’s most outstanding scholastic concert percussion ensembles. 

All auditioning ensembles receive recorded and written evaluation from a panel of percussion educators. Invited ensembles experience a first-class festival of performances, clinics, master classes and special events. All the benefits contribute to the ultimate goal of showcasing your ensemble’s excellence and helping it move to the next level.

The Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival provides a national forum for performance and recognition for America’s outstanding concert percussion ensembles, as well as a wealth of educational opportunities for the participating ensembles.

Key elements include:
  • Non-competitive performance format allowing ensembles to stretch and grow
  • Scheduled audience time ensuring a sizeable and appreciative audience
  • 25 minutes of music performed within a 40 minute block for all invited ensembles
  • Recorded and written evaluation from a distinguished panel of percussion educators
  • Private, post-concert clinic with one of the evaluators
  • Student master classes
  • Full participation in Music for All National Festival events including the Opening Session, social events and Gala Awards Banquet.
 
Requirements for Application
All auditioning percussion ensembles receive recorded and written critique from a panel of esteemed music educators on the selection/evaluation committee. The listening is “blind”– ensembles are not identified to evaluators in the listening process. Evaluators then recommend the percussion ensembles that demonstrate an exemplary level of excellence to perform at the Festival.

Application consists of the completed Application Form submitted with the audition CD and application fee. Specific requirements for application audition recording are included on the Requirements for Application page in this packet. The application fee is $200 for percussion ensembles. See the application form for application fee reductions for multiple ensembles from one school. 
 
Additional Ensembles
Submission of your application is a commitment to attend and perform if accepted (unless you select the “Input Only” box on your application). Subject to space availability, Featured and Invited concert bands and orchestras may add a 12 minute percussion ensemble performance in a 20 minute performance block at the percussion venue with all the benefits for an additional $900.

Venues and Facilities
The beautiful Warren Performing Arts Center will host the Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival. The state of the art Marriott Place Indianapolis, featuring the JW Marriott, will be the official hotel of the Festival. See more at marriottplaceindianapolis.com.
 

2019 Music for All National Festival Application

Application Deadline: June 5, 2018 

Friday, February 01, 2013

National Concert Band Festival

Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 14-16, 2019
 
 
 
A non-competitive experience 
Being invited is the achievement! The Festival’s non-competitive atmosphere at the Festival provides a place for growth, cooperative encouragement and mutual respect among music programs, students, parents, boosters and administrators. Directors select their own programs; there is no required repertoire. There are no ratings or rankings so directors and their ensembles are free to stretch themselves, reach for new heights, and strive for innovation, growth and excellence, instead of focusing on a rating or placing.

Participating students experience an atmosphere of mutual respect while enjoying concerts from other outstanding ensembles. The Festival’s dress code and standards of conduct enhance the world-class atmosphere of the Festival. Ensembles that perform at the Festival are recognized as being among the finest in the nation. Participation is a “credential” worth having. The preparation process itself can have a positive effect on your music program.
 
New opportunities, quality educational experience
Starting in 2014, Music for All provided world-class educational opportunities for additional bands to perform. The National Concert Band Festival will now include two stages (opportunities) for high school bands –“Featured Bands”on the Honors Stage at Clowes Memorial Hall and“Invited Bands”on the Festival Stage at the new Howard L. Schrott Center for the Performing Arts, both at Butler University.

The new“Invited Band”stage is designed for up to 12 bands interested in experiencing a great, educational, “life-changing experience.” This opportunity will provide the same world-class offerings as the “Featured Band” such as master classes, leadership sessions, social gatherings, one-on-one conductor feedback and a gala awards banquet, but with more “hands-on” treatment such as multiple clinicians simultaneously working with bands, interactive audience participation and other aspects that will enhance the student’s experience.  Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser will be the Master of Ceremonies in 2014 for the Invited Band Festival Stage.

Applying high school bands select on their application form which of the two stage experiences they are applying for.

Featured Stage
The Featured Stage is the Festival experience that Music for All has presented since the Festival’s debut in 1992. Bands perform in beautiful Clowes Memorial Hall at Butler University. Up to 18 bands who apply for the Featured Bands experience will be selected to perform.

One-on-one mentoring for conductors. Each “Featured Band” will receive a one-on-one mentoring session for the ensemble’s conductors with one of the Festival evaluators or clinicians. This mentoring session affords the conductor the opportunity to engage one-on-one with the evaluator about the program and topics of interest to both the conductor and the mentor.

Invited Stage
The Invited Stage experience is for those bands that not quite ready to apply for a Featured Band performance but that want the opportunity for growth this enrichment opportunity provides. This experience is also for additional bands from the Featured Band programs.
Invited Bands will perform for nationally recognized evaluators and clinicians in a completely supportive non-competitive environment – to be invited is the achievement.
All bands interested in the Invited Band opportunity must submit an application and recording.
Invited Band students participate in all master classes, social activities and the Gala Awards Banquet available as part of the Festival experience.The Invited Band experience is envisioned as an in-depth education experience. In addition to the performance, which includes written and recorded evaluation, each Invited Band will have a 30 minute clinic that will involve three evaluators who will work simultaneously with each band.

Each band’s conductor(s) will receive a 30 minute, one-on-one conductor-led session with an evaluator following each performance block. A face-view video of the conductor will be provided for the conductor evaluation session.
Each band member will receive a DVD and CD package of their concert performance, and formal group photo.
Bands will participate in audience time for each other. Student ensemble audience members will have the option to complete an evaluation form with positive comments and thought-provoking questions to provide additional educational experiences.

Read about the Highlights for both Featured and Invited Bands Here!

Application Deadline: June 5, 2018 

 
Chamber Music National Festival
The Chamber Music National Festival is for chamber ensembles up to 16 players. Multiple ensembles from a school may apply.
Friday, February 01, 2013

Music for All National Festival

 
Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha
March 14-16, 2019, Indianapolis, IN
Application Information and Brochures:

Music for All National Festival 

Orchestra America National Festival

2020 Music for All National Choir Festival Brochure

Music for All National Choir Festival

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Download the 2018 Program Book
PDF of the official program book for the 2018 Music for All National Festival, presented by Yamaha. 

 

What is the Music for All National Festival? See for yourself!

The Festival includes:

National Concert Band Festival
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Middle School National Festival
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Sandy Feldstein National Percussion Festival    
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Orchestra America Festival
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Chamber Music Festival
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National Choir Festival
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 Honor Ensembles

 Honor of Orchestra America
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Jazz Band of America
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What sets the Music for All National Festival apart?

The non-competitive atmosphere provides a place for growth, cooperative encouragement and mutual respect among music programs, students, parents, boosters and administrators.

Directors select their own programs; there is no required repertoire. There are no ratings or rankings so directors and their ensembles are free to stretch themselves, reach for new heights, and strive for innovation, growth and excellence, instead of focusing on a rating or placing.

Participating students experience an atmosphere of mutual respect for their peers while enjoying concerts from other outstanding ensembles.

A Legacy of Excellence

With the launch of the National Concert Band Festival in 1992, Bands of America rekindled the concert band tradition in America as exemplified by the National Band Contest in the 1930s, which drew national recognition for a young director named William D. Revelli.

No other event for bands has the history and iconic legacy of the National Concert Band Festival. Dr. Revelli was instrumental in the philosophical design of the Festival. John P. Paynter worked closely on the creation of the Festival and hosted the debut event at Northwestern University in 1992. Music education icons, including Col. Arnald Gabriel, Anthony Maiello, Ray Cramer and Gary Green have been part of the Festival since day one and continue to be the unique force behind this powerful experience. Midwest Clinic board member Richard Crain and Mrs. Gayle Crain served for many years as coordinators of the Festival. The Music for All National Festival has an aura of heritage and a unique musical legacy that cannot be duplicated.

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Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Winston-Salem Show Update


“Tentative” Sites: Bands of America 2013 Fall Regional Schedule Update
As is typical, several of our Fall 2013 dates and locations were announced as “Site Tentative.” Most “Site Tentative” location designations resulted from a tremendous amount of NCAA conference realignment in recent years, delaying the release of many 2013 college football schedules. Music for All works to inform everyone as schedules and locations are confirmed, however, we do encourage directors to register for all BOA Fall events by the January 31, 2013 Postmark Date to ensure scheduling priority.

Music for All works hard to announce our Fall schedule where only the venue, and not the date, is “tentative.” This allows current and future participants to feel confident that a show will occur in the announced region, on the announced date.

This year, we have an exception as detailed below:

The Winston-Salem Regional date has changed to October 19, 2013! 
Location remains at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC (site tentative).
This year, we have added a Regional in the North Carolina area.  As it turns out, we will now have to change the date proposed for this new show.  BOA/MFA has always sought to be a “positive and collaborative” participant in scholastic music education. After originally choosing October 12, we learned that the date would be in conflict with a long-standing, major show in North Carolina. In order to avoid the conflict and allow bands to potentially participate in both opportunities, we have changed the show date to October 19 for the Bands of America regional in North Carolina.

Winston-Salem, NC and Wake Forest University is still the first preference (pending announcement of the 2013 ACC football schedule).  However, we are looking diligently at other suitable performance venues within a 150-mile radius of Winston-Salem.  Our commitment to this region is genuine and sincere as we strive to create “positively life-changing experiences” for students, directors, volunteers, parents and fans at this event. 

We apologize for any inconvenience to area bands contemplating that show on the originally published date and we invite you consider our other shows if this date move puts the NC event out of reach of your schedule.

As we continue our search, we welcome venue input and ideas from others. Bands already registered for the October 12th Winston-Salem event are entitled to either a full refund or a transfer of their registration to any other Bands of America Fall event. All postmarks will be protected and honored and a new “Postmark Date” established for this event when the date and venue are locked.

Thank you so much for your patience, understanding and assistance.  We will update you as quickly as we have new information.  If you have any further questions about this show or other Music for All premier programs, feel free to contact us at 800­-848­-2263.

Monday, January 28, 2013

2013 William D. Revelli Scholarship

Music for All’s efforts to create, provide and expand positively life-changing experiences includes awarding a number of scholarships.

Each year, Music for All awards the William D. Revelli Scholarship at the Music for All National Festival. This scholarship honors a graduating senior who plans to pursue a degree in music education. The Revelli Scholarship is awarded in memory of Dr. William D. Revelli, one of America’s foremost band conductors, and the icon for whom the Revelli Foundation was created and named in 1994. The Revelli Scholarship honors Dr. Revelli’s vision for music education.

 Last year’s recipient, Kyle Norris from Union High School in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is attending Oklahoma State University this year.

2012Revelli Winner for Blog Post“I'm so glad that I get to go to school every day and learn how to become the best music teacher I can be so that when I am teaching students someday, I can hopefully affect them in the same positive way my teachers have affected me,” said Norris. Thanks Music for All and the Revelli Scholarship for helping me get here!”

 

The $1,000 William D. Revelli Scholarship is a one-time scholarship for a graduating senior who is performing at the 2013 Music for Al National Festival and is nominated by his or her director. Recipients must intend to pursue a degree in music education and demonstrate outstanding musicianship, leadership skills and work ethic.

To apply for this year’s scholarship, download the application here.
The deadline for submitting your application for the Revelli Scholarship is February 22, 2013.

Please share this information with any students  (and directors of students) who might be interested in this scholarship opportunity. We know continuing education can be expensive and every little bit helps these students to become amazing music educators!

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Flyers, Brochures and Posters

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Full Camp Brochure
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Drum Major Institute

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Color Guard

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Jazz Band

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Leadership Weekend

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Percussion

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Orchestra

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Marching Band
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Concert Band 

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Directors' Academy 

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Percussion Specialist Academy
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Color Guard Instructor Academy
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Parent/Booster Institute
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DMI Leadership Quote 1 Cover Photo

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DMI Leadership Quote 2 Cover Photo

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DMI Leadership Quote 4 Cover Photo

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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Drum Major Institute Faculty

Drum Major Institute Faculty Will Include:

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Bobby Lambert
Institute Coordinator
Director of Bands, Wando H.S., SC
Former Drum Major, Western Carolina University 

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Maurice Burgess
Director of Choral and Drama Activities
Broome H.S., SC
Former Drum Major, Western Carolina University

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Andrew Craft
Director of Bands, Ronald Reagan H.S., NC
Former Drum Major, Western Carolina Universiity “Pride of the Mountains”

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Associate Director of Bands, Vandegrift H.S., TX
Former Drum Major, Santa Clara Vanguard
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Assisant Director, Lassiter H.S., GA

Former Drum Major, Phantom Regiment
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Director of Bands, James Bowie H.S., TX

Former Drum Major, The University of Texas at Austin “Showband of the Southwest”
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