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December, 20, 2022
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM




Randy Greenwell

Randy Greenwell
Beth A. Fabrizio

Beth A. Fabrizio

Dotting the I’s and Crossing the T’s: Intonation, Implementation, Tone, Technique, and Time

Clinic Synopsis:

Building a formidable instrumental music program at all levels requires a discipline of basic fundamental exercises with an organized approach to its implementation. Incorporating breathing, singing, long tones, and a battery of other effective strategies designed for your student's strengths and weaknesses will improve motivation, efficiency and ultimately musical success.

Randy Greenwell - Biographical Information

Randy Greenwell has been an Educational Support Manager with Conn-Selmer since January, 2017. He is the former Director of Bands and Performing Arts Department Chair, of the nationally recognized Lawrence Central High School Performing Arts Department, Indianapolis, Indiana. Under his direction, the Lawrence Central High School Marching Band was an eighteen-time Bands of America Grand National Finalist, and a two-time Grand National Champion. The Lawrence Central High School Marching Band was a “2001 Sudler Shield” award recipient and a four-time Class A Indiana State Champion. They participated in prestigious national events such as the Tournament of Roses and Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades. Randy was named a “Distinguished Citizen of Indianapolis” in 2001. He was inducted into the “Music for All/Bands of America Hall of Fame” as well as the “Phi Beta Mu Hall of Fame” in 2018. He actively judges for DCI, WGI, and Bands of America, guest conducts honor bands and does clinics on a variety of music education topics across the country. Randy continues to serve as music arranger and program coordinator for several competitive bands around the country, and is part of the clinician team for the Conn-Selmer Institute Marching Arts Workshop. Randy is the director of The Greenwood Community Band. Randy is still an active trumpet player in Indianapolis, performing exclusively on Vincent Bach Stradivarius instruments.

Beth A. Fabrizio - Biographical Information

Beth A. Fabrizio holds a Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music in Clarinet Performance and a MM in Conducting, Education and Performance from Ithaca College. She has studied conducting with Rodney Winther and Dr. Donald Hunsberger and Clarinet with Michael Webster, Richard Waller, Stanley Hasty, Carmine Campione and performed in master classes with Richard Stoltzman. Ms. Fabrizio maintains a private clarinet studio with numerous students pursuing careers in music education, therapy, recording and performance. She herself performed as the principal clarinetist and personnel manager with The Greater Rochester Music Educators Wind Ensemble, and former Eb clarinet with The Perinton Concert Band. Beth is a freelance performer and is an active artist/ clinician for The D’adarrio Corporation and educational clinician with the Conn-Selmer Corporation. She has just recently retired after 36 years as a public school educator, and most recently from The Hilton Central School District as a director of Bands at Village Elementary. Beth is also presenting educational clinics and workshops thru Fabrizio’s Musical Concepts. Ms. Fabrizio has conducted various honor bands and given master classes and clinics across the United States, Europe and Japan. Beth adjudicates for DCI, BOA, WGI and numerous other state associations.