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Tim Lautzenheiser

Tim Lautzenheiser

When We Change the Way We Look at Things, the Things We Look at Change

Clinic Synopsis:

This clinic will focus on the important role music educators play in the positive growth and development of their students. Optimum learning happens in a safe, challenging, and encouraging environment. If we are to tap into the intrinsic motivation of our students we must establish a forum-of-learning that opens their hearts as well as their minds. Music is an expressionistic subject affording each student the chance to explore his/her unlimited artistic potential.

Tim Lautzenheiser - Biographical Information

Tim Lautzenheiser's career involves ten years of successful college band directing at Northern Michigan University, the University of Missouri, and New Mexico State University.

He is the Executive Director of Education for Conn-Selmer, Inc., presents workshop-seminars under the auspices of Attitude Concepts for Today, Inc., and NAMM (The International Music Products Association), is a Senior-clinician/author for Hal Leonard's "Essential Elements" band series, writes for GIA Publications, Inc., and teaches at Ball State University and Indiana-Purdue/Ft. Wayne University. Tim also serves as an adjunct staff member for:Vivace Productions, Inc., Music for All, and Festivals of Music.

He resides in Bluffton, Indiana with his wife Andrea and their canine friends.