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Through Dec. 13th
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Reynolds Conducting Institute Fellow - Rebekah Daniel

  • Rebekah Daniel serves as Associate Director of Bands at Houston County High School in Warner Robins, GA, where she conducts the Symphonic Winds ensemble, Concert Band II, chamber ensembles, and assists with the award-winning Black and Silver Brigade Marching Bands.

    A native of Dublin, GA, Ms. Daniel graduated magna cum laude from Georgia Southern University, earning the Bachelor of Music Education Degree. Following her graduation, she served as the Associate Director of Bands at West Laurens High School, where she assisted with the Raider Brigade Marching Band, directed the fifth and eighth grade bands, and guest conducted the high school Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, and Jazz Band. Bands under Ms. Daniel’s direction at West Laurens and Houston County have received superior ratings at adjudicated performance evaluations.

    After teaching at West Laurens High School, Ms. Daniel completed the Master of Music Degree (M.M.) in Wind Conducting at Georgia Southern University, where she studied with Robert Dunham and Colin McKenzie. As a graduate assistant, Ms. Daniel worked on the staff of and arranged for the Southern Pride Marching Band while serving as a graduate conducting associate with the Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony.

    As an educator, Ms. Daniel serves as an honor band clinician, adjudicator, and private brass instructor. Her professional affiliations include Georgia Music Educators Association, College Band Directors National Association, and Tau Beta Sigma National Honorary Band Service Sorority.
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