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Addressing the Critical Need to Develop Student Leaders in Challenging Times and Places

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  • Highly successful programs create a culture of excellence while in pursuit perfection. But, what about those who work and live in places where the resource needed to achieve this are unavailable? Student leadership is key to bridging the economic and musical divide and lifting students and their ensembles out of personal and musical mediocrity. This session is perfect for anyone needing simple and effective strategies for the development of better musicians and better people.
  • Scott Lang (scott@scottlang.net)
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  • For over a decade Scott Lang has been educating and entertaining audiences of all ages. As a nationally known leadership trainer, Scott conducts over 120 workshops annually and works with some of our countries finest educational groups and performing ensembles. As a highly decorated veteran teacher of sixteen years Scott's bands have had many notable performances including the Pasadena Tournament of Rose Parade, the Fiesta Bowl National Band Championship, the Music Educators National Biennial Conference and for the President of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton. Scott is a well-regarded author with over ten publications to his credit including; Seriously?!, Leader of the Band, Leadership Success, Leadership Travel Guide, Leadership Survival Guide and is the creator of the highly successful Be Part of the Music series. Mr. Lang currently resides in Chandler, Arizona with his beautiful wife Leah and their sons, Brayden, Evan and their highly irrational Golden Retriever Rexie. He has breathed in and out approximately 264 million times and plans to keep on doing so until he doubles that number.
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