The 3rd Annual Zeswitz Symposium
June 17 at Spring-Ford Area High School
9:00 am-3:30 pm
Act 48 Credit Available: 6 Hours
- General Music
The Zeswitz Symposium is an annual professional development day for music educators. There will be educational tracks for instrumental, vocal and general music teachers. The Zeswitz Symposium is a great opportunity for networking with other highly motivated educators and securing much needed Act 48 credits.
The keynote speaker for this year will be Randy Greenwell, newly appointed Educational Support Manager for the Division of Education of Conn-Selmer, Inc. In 2000, Mr. Greenwell was named Indiana Outstanding Bandmaster of the year and in 2001 received the “Distinguished Citizen of Indianapolis” award by Mayor Bart Peterson among his many other accomplishments. Under Randy’s tenure for the last 23 years, Lawrence Central High School Concert Band has been a state finalist every year since 1996 and have also been state champions five times. The Lawrence Central Marching Band has been state champions four times, and have also been a Bands of America Grand National Champion twice. Randy is well known throughout the Midwest for his continuous work as a clinician and judge.
The Zeswitz Symposium will take place on June 17 from 9:00 am-3:30 pm and featured clinicians include: Dr. Jenny Neff, Seth Jones, Drue Bullington, Ardith Collins, Sharon Saul, Carl Zeplin, Amy Benton, Mindy Walker, and Zeswitz' representatives Tom Kelly and Dan Magan. The day will end with a Music Advocacy Panel Discussion with a wide range of stakeholders in music education including PA State Legislator, Matt Bradford.
The Symposium 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.
Register for the Zeswitz Symposium by June 12.