Zeswitz Music presents the 2019 CSI Workshop

January 19, 2019  at North Penn High School

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Act 48 Credit Available: 6 Hours

The 2019 Conn-Selmer Institute Workshop is professional development day for instrumental music educators. The Zeswitz Music sponsored directors' workshop is a great opportunity for networking with other highly motivated educators and securing much needed Act 48 credits.

Zeswitz is very excited to present TWO Conn-Selmer clinicians in 2019. The workshop presenters for this year will be Erin Cole and Charles Menghini.

 Clinician: Erin Cole

Clinician: Erin Cole

Erin Cole earned her bachelor's degree in music education from the University of Georgia in 1995. She studied cello with Christopher Rex, David Starkweather, and Alice Williams and has studied flute with Ronald Waln and Martha Lynn Volman. Erin has had a very successful career for the past 22 years as the band director at Tapp Middle School in Cobb County, Georgia. Ms. Cole now works as an educational clinician and consultant for Conn-Selmer and the Hal Leonard Corporation. More information about Erin can be found here.

 Clinician: Charles Menghini

Clinician: Charles Menghini

Charles Menghini is active as a speaker, clinician and conductor around the nation.He frequently presents at state and national music education conferences and works with teachers and school districts in a variety of forums. Dr. Menghini is the President Emeritus of VanderCook College of Music in Chicago. Prior to that, he spent 18 years as a director in Missouri and Kansas where his bands earned national acclaim. Charlie is a Senior Educational Consultant for Conn-Selmer and co-Author of the Essential Elements Band Method published by Hal Leonard. More information about Charles can be found here.


The CSI Workshop is open to all Zeswitz Music clients. Not yet a client? Contact Us or fill out the form in the side bar for more details.