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December, 19, 2018
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM


Meeting Room W182


Lynne Jackson

Lynne Jackson

Trumpet Pedagogy from Day One

Clinic Synopsis:

Day One clinics are intended to be short, content-rich, “nuts-and-bolts” presentations to assist instrumental music educators in starting students properly their instruments. These sessions will also be of great benefit for any teacher in need of a primer for a proven method of achieving success on a wind or percussion instrument.

Lynne Jackson - Biographical Information

Lynne Jackson is currently in her 49th year as a music educator. She has degrees from the University of Michigan and Vandercook College of Music. Ms. Jackson is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Education at Southern Methodist University and also teaches at Berkner High School in Richardson, Texas. After beginning her career in southwestern Michigan, Lynne moved to Texas and spent 26 years teaching in Richardson as a member of the J.J. Pearce staff. In 1983, Ms. Jackson was selected as a Richardson ISD Teacher of the Year. In 1995, the National Endowment for the Humanities awarded Ms. Jackson a grant to study Mozart in Vienna, Austria and Prague, Czech Republic. Since that time, Ms. Jackson has traveled and taught extensively throughout Europe, Asia, South America and Canada. Recently, Ms. Jackson served as a faculty member for CSI Chengdu, China where she has worked closely with music educators and students on two separate occasions. In 2010, Ms. Jackson was awarded the Meritorious Achievement Award by the Texas Bandmaster’s Association. In 2016, Lynne was inducted into the Phi Beta Mu Texas Bandmaster’s Hall of Fame. In addition to her membership in the Texas Bandmasters Association, Ms. Jackson’s professional affiliations include Phi Beta Mu and the Texas Music Educators Association. Lynne is the founder of Young Educator Seminars, YES, which offers continuing professional development to North Texas music educators. Lynne is widely known throughout Texas as a clinician, and mentor to young students and teachers.