The March – An Overview of Interpretation, Performance Guide and Historical Practices
- Based on the personal notes and archives of Harry Begian, William Revelli and Paul Bierley, a "March Reference Guide" has been created to assist in the preparation and performance of the march with appropriate style and performance considerations. The Fillmore Wind Band, whose namesake is Cincinnati native, Henry Fillmore, will demonstrate performance practices with particular attention paid to the marches of Henry Fillmore
- Jim Daughters (email@example.com)
- 12/17/2016 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
- Jim Daughters is the conductor of the Fillmore Wind Band and Music Director of the Cincinnati Junior Youth Wind Ensemble at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. Jim recently received the Doctor of Musical Arts Degree from the University of Kentucky and has taught band in the public schools of Kentucky for twelve years. Daughters recently was the Interim Director of Bands at Xavier University (OH). Dr. Daughters is a GRAMMY® nominated music educator and multiple recipient of the National Band Association Citation of Excellence. Jim has been a guest conductor, clinician, and adjudicator with school bands, regional and state honor bands, and he has presented clinics and demonstrations at several state music conferences. Ensembles under Jim's direction have been recognized nationally with performances at the International Jazz Educators Network Conference, Music for All National Concert Band Festival, multiple National Middle School Association Conferences, multiple KMEA and OMEA State In-Service Conference performances, the International Women’s Brass Conference, and the Eastern Trombone Workshop. Dr. Daughters has been a student of Dr. Cody Birdwell, Richard Clary and Harry Clarke.