Spring Seminar Track For Band Directors, Staff Members, and College Students
Last year’s seminar was VERY successful, and we plan to present it again this coming spring, on Saturday, April 28, 2018, at the Hilton Garden Inn at the Louisville Airport. Take THIS LINK to the Eventbrite registration page. Registration opens on March 1, 2018.
Wayne Markworth, of Centerville, Ohio, was Director of Bands at Centerville High School for 35 years. His “Centerville Jazz Band” marching band was a finalist at Bands of America Regionals and Grand Nationals 57 times, with 14 regional championships and the 1992 Grand Nationals Championship. Wayne is President of the music and consulting business Shadow Lake Music. He is member of the Bands of America Hall of Fame and is the author of The Dynamic Marching Band, a textbook on marching band techniques. Wayne adjudicates all over the US and teaches at Wright State University. He is a member of the CSJA Board of Directors and is the Director of the WGI Winds program.
Bob Rada, of Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois, has been involved in competitive marching activities since the early 1970s, when he was the music director/arranger for the Chicago Cavaliers. Bob’s tuba performance career has included performances with the Chicago Civic Orchestra, the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the Grant Park Symphony, the Bolshoi and Royal Ballets, and the Chicago Brass Ensemble and the Chicago Brass Quintet. He has arranged for and instructed bands that have won Mid-States championships and have been KMEA state finalists. He arranged the music for the Cavaliers 60th anniversary reunion corps and was the arranger for the Classic Cavaliers. He was recently named the director of the Midwest Connection, a community drum corps project serving the Chicagoland area and a part of the Cavaliers organization. He is the music consultant for the Cavaliers Chromium Indoor Winds and is the arranger for the All-Illinois Marching Band. Bob currently serves as Treasurer of CSJA.
Kevin McNulty, Sr., is a former Executive Director of CSJA. His new book, “Assessing Music Performance: A Valid System for Measuring Student Performance and Growth,” will be published in early March. More of his biographical information will follow soon.
Tentative agenda: Spring Seminar 2018 Agenda
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