Monday, January 22, 2007
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The clinic will take place on Friday, January 26th at 11:30am.The clinic will contain an explanation of "clave", its importance in Latin Music and how to determine what clave pattern is appropriate. There will be a discussion on how to make drum parts in Middle School and High School "Latin" charts more authentic. There will also be a performance and discussion of some jazz standards arranged in a Latin style and how to go about doing this for your ensemble.
For a complete list of events at this week's Missouri Music Educator's Association Convention, visit the MMEA Website. If you ever have clinics or events you would like us to help you publicize, please contact Eric Matzat.
Eugene Corporon is the conductor of the Wind Symphony and Regents Professor of Music at the University of North Texas. As Director of Wind Studies he guides all aspects of the program, including the masters and doctoral degrees in Wind Conducting. Mr. Corporon is a distinguished alumnus of California State University, Long Beach and Claremont Graduate University. His performances have drawn praise from colleagues, composers and critics alike. Mr. Corporon has held positions at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Michigan State University, the University of Northern Colorado, the University of Wisconsin, and California State University, Fullerton. His ensembles have performed at the Mid-West International Band and Orchestra Clinic, the Southwestern Music Educators National Conference, the Texas Music Educators Convention, the International Trumpet Guild Conference, the International Clarinet Society Convention, the North American Saxophone Alliance Conference, the National Wind Ensemble Conference, the College Band Directors National Association Conference, the Japan Band Clinic, and the Conference for the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles. Having recorded over 400 works, including many premieres and commissions, his groups have released fifty recordings on the Toshiba/EMI, Klavier, Mark, Donemus, Soundmark, GIA, and Centaur labels. These recordings, two of which have appeared on the Grammy nomination ballot, are aired regularly on radio broadcasts throughout Asia, Europe, and North America. Mr. Corporon maintains an active guest-conducting schedule and is in demand as a conductor and teacher throughout the world. He is Past President of the College Band Directors National Association, and has been honored by the American Bandmasters Association and by Phi Beta Mu with invitations to membership. Mr. Corporon, a frequent guest conductor at the Showa Academia Musicae in Atsugi, Japan has also served as a visiting conductor at the Interlochen World Center for ArtsEducation and the Aspen Music Festival and School. He is co-host with Barry Green on The Inner Game of Music video, which focuses on overcoming mental obstacles, and achieving one's full potential as a performer. He is co-author of the book Teaching Music Through Performance in Band that is published in four volumes by GIA Publications. This series includes seven sets of Resource Recordings by the North Texas Wind Symphony. The Teaching Music Project emphasizes the importance of comprehensive conceptual learning in the music-making process. Mr. Corporon is a recipient of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia National Citation for advancing the cause of music in America.
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