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December, 16, 2016
03:00 PM - 04:00 PM


Meeting Room W184


Jeremy Woolstenhulme

Jeremy Woolstenhulme

Rehearsal Lab - Middle School Orchestra

Clinic Synopsis:

Jeremy Woolstenhulme - Biographical Information

Jeremy Woolstenhulme currently serves as the orchestra director at Hyde Park Middle School in the Clark County School District in Las Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Woolstenhulme received his B.M.E. from Brigham Young University in 2000 and an M.A. in Cello Performance from the University of Nevada (Las Vegas) in 2005. His professional affiliations include both MENC, and ASTA. Mr. Woolstenhulme has enjoyed much success as an orchestra director. He has traveled with his Chamber Orchestra to festivals in Salzburg, Vienna, Prague, London, Washington D.C., Boston, Miami, and New York, earning top awards at every venue. The Hyde Park Middle School Chamber Orchestra was honored to have been selected to perform at the 2008 Midwest Clinic in Chicago. The Chamber Orchestra also played at the ASTA convention in Santa Clara in 2010 and in Kansas City in 2011 and in March 2015 won first place in the junior high division of the National Orchestra Festival in Salt Lake City. As an author and composer Mr. Woolstenhulme has several published works to his credit. He is a co-author of a new string method series called String Basics published by the Neil A. Kjos music company. He has several string and full orchestra works published and available through Kjos music as well. As a string clinician Mr. Woolstenhulme has presented teaching ideas at many state music conventions throughout the United States including The Midwest Clinic and several times at the ASTA convention. He has travelled internationally to do string teaching presentations in Canada, Australia and China. Mr. Woolstenhulme is also a musician with the Las Vegas Philharmonic, and a freelance musician performing at many venues located on the famed Las Vegas "Strip". He is married to his beautiful wife, Taryn, and they have four children: Cadence, Coda, Canon, and Caprice.