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Time:

Monday
December, 19, 2022
02:00 PM - 03:00 PM

Location:

W187

Clinician(s)

Scott Lang

Scott Lang

scott@scottlang.net

If My Ensemble Sounds So Good, Why Do I Feel So Bad? New Pathways for the Post-Pandemic Era!

Clinic Synopsis:

The greatest threat to music education comes from within. The loss of a program leader represents the greatest threat to a program and the students it serves. Increased performance pressures, decreased time, and greater scrutiny have taken an already challenging profession to new levels of insanity. Join Scott as he dissects the job from a different angle and shows you how to rebuild your career in a sustainable and enjoyable way.

Scott Lang - Biographical Information

For over three decades Scott Lang has been educating and advocating for music education. As a nationally known leadership trainer, Scott conducts over 100 workshops annually and works with some of our country’s finest educational groups and performing ensembles. 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, Sound Leadership, Music FUNdations, and is the creator of the highly successful Be Part of the Music series. Scott is also currently serving as the Director of Advocacy for Music & Arts, the nation’s largest music retailer and is a member of the American Bandmaster's Association. Mr. Lang currently resides in Chandler, Arizona with his beautiful wife Leah and their sons, Brayden, Evan, and their highly irrational but loveable Golden Retrievers Riley. 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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