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Rebecca Warren

Rebecca Warren

Got Band? No Wind Ensemble - No Problem!

Clinic Synopsis:

Many, if not most, band programs consist of one director who serves the entire instrumental population. These programs often contain students from various grades and abilities. Not all of us are fortunate enough to teach in a situation that allows us to have an auditioned or “top” group. We don’t have Wind Ensembles, Wind Symphonies, or any other select group. Quite simply we have a band. Yet, these programs can be very successful and help students achieve a superior level of musicianship.

Rebecca Warren - Biographical Information

Rebecca Rodgers Warren is in her 30th year of teaching band. Her career has been in rural and small town Alabama. For 28 years she served as the director of non-auditioned, inclusive bands that earned superior ratings in all areas of assessment including concert, jazz, and marching. Her bands performed for the A.M.E.A. and the S.E.U.S. Band Clinic.

Mrs. Warren has served as judge, clinician, and guest conductor. She served on the summer staff of Wallace State, Troy and Auburn Universities. She is past president of the A.M.E.A.and founder of FAME: Future Alabama Music Educators program for high school juniors and seniors. She served two terms on the Board of the Alabama Bandmasters and was President-elect of the ABA. She is a member of NBA, NDMEA, MENC, and Phi Beta Mu. She teaches at Mandan Middle School and her husband John is the Director of Bands at Mandan High School.