If I Knew Then What I Know Now...
- We all have said, “If I had it to do over...,” then we followed it with a litany of what we would do differently if we could somehow jump in the illusive time machine and REDO, RELIVE, and REINVENT some aspects of our professional pathways. While we know it is impossible to bring this wish to fruition, perhaps there is value in “the wisdom of hindsight” to those who are on the front edge of their teaching careers.
- Tim Lautzenheiser (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- 12/14/2016 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
- Meeting Room W183
- Tim Lautzenheiser is a
well-known name in
the music education
world as a teacher,
adjudicator, and, above
all, a trusted friend to
anyone interested in
working with young
people in developing a desire for
His career involves ten years of successful
college band directing at Northern
Michigan University, the University of
Missouri, and New Mexico State
University. During this time Tim
developed highly acclaimed groups in all
areas of the instrumental and vocal field.
Following his three years with Bands of
America, he created Attitude Concepts
for Today, an organization focused on
the areas of positive attitude and effective
leadership training. He presently holds
the Earl Dunn Distinquished Lecturer
position at Ball State University. Tim also
is the Director of Education for Conn-
Selmer, and he serves as the national
spokesperson for NAfME’s “Make A
Difference with Music” program.
Tim is a graduate of Ball State University
and the University of Alabama. He was
awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree
from VanderCook College of Music.
Additional awards include the
distinguished Sudler Order of Merit
from the John Philip Sousa Foundation,
Mr. Holland’s Opus Award and the
Music Industry Award from The
Midwest, where he also serves as a
member of the Board of Directors.