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Time:

Monday
December, 19, 2022
02:45 PM - 03:15 PM
Wednesday
December, 21, 2022
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM

Location:

W186

Clinician(s)

Marissa Turney

Marissa Turney

marissa.turney@gmail.com

Day One - Keyboard Percussion

Clinic Synopsis:

Day one clinics are presented by master teachers who have demonstrated a high degree of success in providing sound pedagogical methods for teaching beginning students, or in assisting more advanced students who may have developed bad habits detrimental to producing characteristic tone and/or habits detrimental to technical mastery. Day One clinics will take place in an intimate and personal space so that each attendee may enjoy a close view of demonstrated techniques.

Marissa Turney - Biographical Information

Originally from Tampa, Florida, Marissa Turney is a Percussion Specialist residing in Carmel, Indiana. Marissa has been active in Indiana since 2014 as a performer, private instructor, and is currently Director of Percussion at Mount Vernon High School in Fortville, Indiana where she has been since the Winter of 2020. Marissa holds degrees in Percussion Performance from Indiana University and the University of Central Florida and has sought a well-rounded approach in her performance and teaching outlets. With both playing and teaching roots in the marching arts, Marissa has enjoyed diversifying her knowledge with studies in Orchestral literature, Jazz Studies, Chamber Music, Steel band, Afro- Cuban, Brazilian, and Latin Jazz Ensembles. From 2016-2019 Marissa served as a Percussion Consultant for the Orchestra and Wind Ensembles of Carmel High School and was Percussion Director for Clay, Creekside, and Carmel Middle Schools. Marissa co-founded the Carmel Drum Club for middle school percussionists in 2017 and has a passion for early and cohesive percussion education in a student’s journey through the band program. Marissa has recently joined the Conn Selmer Division of Education team and has served as faculty with the Conn Selmer Institute. Marissa has previously served as faculty for the Music for All Summer Symposium and the University of Central Florida’s Percussion Institute. She has presented on topics related to Afro-Cuban and Brazilian Music/Culture, Percussion in the Concert Band Setting, and Percussion Instrument Maintenance.

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