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Stan Mauldin

Stan Mauldin

stan@0454@gmail.com
Leroy Osmon

Leroy Osmon

stan0454@gmail.com

“Energize Your Program” With a Commissioned Piece

Clinic Synopsis:

A commissioned piece is a great way to energize your program in a post pandemic world. Not only is your program adding a wonderful new song to the repertoire, the students gain from the experience of having a new commission written especially for them. Stan Mauldin and Dr. Leroy Osmon will share their experiences over a two-decade relationship that has resulted in over a dozen new pieces added to the repertoire and the uniqueness of a conductor-composer relationship.

Stan Mauldin - Biographical Information

Stan Mauldin, a University of Houston graduate has been teaching since 1979 and is recently retired from Seguin Texas High School. Under his direction, Mr. Mauldin's ensembles have been Texas Music Educators Association Honor Band Finalists, two-time UIL State Marching Band Champions, Bands of America Regional Finalists, Bands of America National Semi-Finalists, Winterguard International (WGI) Winterguard World Champions, WGI Indoor Percussion World Champions and WGI Winter Winds World Championship Finalists. Additionally, Mr. Mauldn’s ensembles have performed at The Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago and New York’s Carnegie Hall. Mr. Mauldin, who is the Director of the Phantom Regiment Academy, has been published in the “Southwestern Musician”, The Midwest Clinic’s “Motif’s”, and “The Instrumentalist” magazines as well as numerous music websites. In 2003 Mr. Mauldin was awarded the John Phillip Sousa Society “Legion of Honor” and in 2007 the UIL “Sponsor Excellence Award”. In 2016 Mr. Mauldin was honored to be a Grammy Foundation Music Educator Award Quarterfinalist and is currently serving on the Advisory Board of the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic in Chicago.

Leroy Osmon - Biographical Information

Leroy Osmon is an internationally known composer that is presently living in Mexico. His published compositions, in 2016, number more than 100 and are published by RBC Publications, TRN Music, Southern Music Company (Hal Leonard), Peer Music (NY), Tuba-Euphonium Press, and G&M Publications of London. His music has been performed throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Australia, Japan, Israel, India, and Mexico. In 2004 Osmon received two Grammy List nominations (“Best Classical Performance” by a small ensemble and “Best Classical Album”) and in 2008 “The Music of Leroy Osmon, Vol. IV” received a Grammy List nomination for “Best Classical Album”. After working for 31 years as public-school music and 5 years teaching as an adjunct professor at the University of Houston, Osmon now devotes his time exclusively to composition. He lives in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico with his wife, Dr. Cay Smith Osmon and their two cats (Miss Kitty and Tommy). While living in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico he has been a consultant to the Governor for the Institute of Culture for the State of Yucatan and was instrumental in the creation of the Yucatan Symphony Orchestra (Orquesta Sinfonica De Yucatan). For 20 years, Osmon worked as an advisor to the Orquestas de Camara at the University of Yucatan (UADY).

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