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Time:

Wednesday
December, 19, 2012
01:10 PM - N/A

Location:

W186

Clinician(s)

Matthew McInturf

Matthew McInturf

mcinturf@shsu.edu

Thinking About Music...and Teaching

Clinic Synopsis:

A presentation designed to address many of the intangible parts of musicianship. Considering how we incorporate what we believe about the important facets of art and music making into our daily teaching.

Matthew McInturf - Biographical Information

Matthew McInturf is professor of music, director of bands and director of the center for music education at Sam Houston State University. He previously taught at Florida International University and in the public schools of Richardson, Texas. He holds degrees from the University of North Texas and the University of Houston and is a doctoral candidate in conducting at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. He has performed throughout the United States, and recordings of his performances have been broadcast on National Public Radio. In 1991, conducting the J. J. Pearce High School Band, he performed an acclaimed concert at the Midwest Clinic, with trombone soloist Christian Lindberg. He has performed at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention and at the Southwest Regional Convention of CBDNA with the SHSU Wind Ensemble.

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