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2012 Band Education Symposium

The School Band 2.0: A Radiant Source of Social Transformation

Program

Conference Hosts: Professor Gary Hill Director of Ensemble Studies, Arizona State University Professor Eric Rombach-Kendall National President, CBDNA Director of Bands, University of New Mexico June 26 - 30, 2012 Tempe, Arizona

The Band Education Symposium provides each participant with a number of choices in sessions and topics. Everyone should plan to attend the morning plenary and conducting sessions. Attendees may choose to attend whichever afternoon sessions interest them most.

Types of Sessions:
Plenary:
Sessions attended by all involved with the Symposium. Introduces overarching

themes and previews Symposium offerings. Conducting:
Rehearsal lab with Symposium wind ensemble. Conducting participants will

conduct ensemble and receive feedback from faculty. Those not conducting will

observe sessions. Open Session:
These sessions are opportunities to discuss conducting, interpretation, athletic

bands, and administration with Symposium faculty. There is no set topic for the

sessions and people attending are encouraged to bring questions or subjects they

wish to discuss. Pedagogy:
Sessions addressing specic performance techniques and challenges associated

with specic instruments. Sessions are led by ASU faculty, alumni, and students. Technology:
Sessions focusing on methods for integrating music technology into your teaching

and/or ways which music technology program can compliment and augment

existing traditional music offerings. Attendees are encouraged to bring laptops or

other technology tools with them to these sessions.

Locations and Map:


All Symposium events will take place in either the Gammage Auditorium, School of Music West Building, or School of Music East Building. For events in the Gammage Auditorium please enter through the north lobby doors. For events in the School of Music rooms W117 or W130, please enter through the main lobby and proceed down the hallway directly to the left of the Organ Hall. Events held in the Recital Hall can be accessed through the elevators in the East Music Building (the round building that is not Gammage).

Schedule
Time
Tuesday, June 26th
8:15 - 8:45 am 9:00 - Noon 1:30 - 2:50 pm Plenary Session - Evan Tobias and Dan Berard Conducting Trumpet Pedagogy - Malachy Rodriguez Athletic Bands Open Session - Jim Hudson Open Session with Conducting Faculty Technology with Dan Berard Horn Pedagogy -Brandon Houghtalen Open Session with Composers Technology with Evan Tobias Gammage 311 Gammage 301 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W117 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 SoM W117

Session

Location

3:10 - 4:30 pm

Wednesday, June 27th


8:15 - 8:45 am 9:00 - Noon 1:30 - 2:50 pm Plenary Session - Composers Gammage 311 Conducting Gammage 301 Saxophone Pedagogy - Adams SoM W130 Athletic Bands Open Session - Jim Hudson Gammage 311 Open Session with Conducting Faculty Gammage 209 Technology with Dan Berard SoM W117 Bassoon Pedagogy - Kleusner Gammage 301 Open Session with Composers Gammage 311 Open Session with Conducting Faculty Gammage 209 Technology with Evan Tobias SoM W117 Ultrasound Demonstration - Joshua Gardner & Robert Spring SoM W117 Plenary Session - Ron Wakeeld Conducting Clarinet Pedagogy with Robert Spring and Joshua Gardner Administration Open Session - Wayne Bailey Open Session with Conducting Faculty Technology with Dan Berard Tuba-Euphonium Pedagogy with Chris Gurtcheff Social Engagement - Ron Wakeeld Open Session with Conducting Faculty Technology with Evan Tobias Gammage 311 Gammage 301 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W117 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W117

3:10 - 4:30 pm

4:45 - 5:30 8:15 - 8:45 am 9:00 - Noon 1:30 - 2:50 pm

Thursday, June 28th

3:10 - 4:30 pm

Time
Friday, June 29th
8:15 - 8:45 am 9:00 - Noon 1:30 - 2:50 pm

Session
Plenary Session - Sandra Stauffer Conducting Oboe Pedagogy - Pickett Administration Open Session - Wayne Bailey Open Session with Conducting Faculty Rap for Peace - Tom Duffy Flute Pedagogy - TBA Social Engagement - Ron Wakeeld Open Session with Conducting Faculty Technology with Evan Tobias Plenary Session - Dick Floyd Conducting Percussion Pedagogy - Goad Open Session with Conducting Faculty Trombone Pedagogy - Haas & Vatt Social Engagement - Ron Wakeeld Open Session with Conducting Faculty Technology with Evan Tobias

Location
Recital Hall Gammage 301 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W130 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W117 Gammage 311 Gammage 301 Gammage 301 Gammage 209 Gammage 301 Gammage 311 Gammage 209 SoM W117

3:10 - 4:30 pm

Saturday, June 30th


8:15 - 8:45 am 9:00 - Noon 1:30 - 2:50 pm 3:10 - 4:30 pm