Conn-Selmer Institute Asia 2010

Message by Executive Director of Education, Conn-Selmer, Inc.

Dr. TimWe are thrilled to bring Conn-Selmer Institute to Singapore from 16 – 18 July 2010. I am personally excited to share the stage with two of the world’s iconic university band directors: Professor Paula Crider, Director Emeritus from the University of Texas, and Dr. Frank Tracz, Director of Bands at Kansas State University. Having worked alongside these legendary music educators, I can say – without question – they are THE BEST OF THE BEST.

The planned curriculum includes: how-to classes, pragmatic hands-on data for creating and maintaining a quality program, music advocacy strategies and materials, AND question-answer sessions tailored for YOUR particular needs. You are certain to leave with a wealth of NEW KNOWLEDGE you can integrate in your own teaching endeavour. POWERFUL, POSITIVE, PERSONAL! Above all, you will be INSPIRED to make a difference in the lives of your students and fellow musicians.

There are countless benefits generated by the jam-packed schedule of clinics, not to mention the network of relationships developed with your peers and the participating clinicians/presenters. The entire event-theme is designed to support your professional pathway. You will leave with a newfound energy. Professor Crider and Dr. Tracz are exemplary role models of MASTER TEACHERS in action.

On behalf of John Stoner, President/CEO of Conn-Selmer, Inc., and our entire Division of Education, I am eagerly looking forward to the establishment of this international site. Hopefully we are planting a seed of global sharing
for the future.

Feel free to communicate with any inquiries you have: tlautzenheiser@conn-selmer.com.
And, yes, I answer EVERY email.

We eagerly look forward to having YOU and YOUR colleagues as part of this exciting program.

With best wishes for continued success, I remain,

Tim Lautzenheiser
Executive Director of Education
Conn-Selmer, Inc.


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