Why are some ensembles more musical, proficient, or engaged than others? Why do some continually achieve at the highest levels while others struggle to keep their programs alive?
It’s all about the content you teach and the context in which you teach it.
In this archived webinar, Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser shares which character traits make master music educators and how you can train student leaders who will build better culture. In less than an hour, you can learn how to create the right context in which to help your program thrive.
About Dr. Tim Lautzenhieser
Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser began his teaching career at Northern Michigan University. He continued developing highly acclaimed groups, in both instrumental and vocal music, at the University of Missouri and New Mexico State University. In 1981, he created Attitude Concepts for Today, which provides teacher in-service workshops, student leadership seminars, and convention speaking engagements focusing on effective leadership training. Millions of students have experienced his popular sessions.
Tim presently serves as vice president of education for Conn-Selmer. He is a nationally recognized advocate of arts education for every child. His books, produced by G.I.A. Publications, are bestsellers in the educational community. He is a co-author of the popular band method, Essential Elements, as well as the senior educational consultant for Hal Leonard. Tim is also the senior educational advisor for Music for All and NAMM.
He holds degrees from Ball State University and the University of Alabama and was awarded an honorary doctorate from the VanderCook College of Music. He continues to teach as an adjunct faculty member at Ball State University, Indiana-Purdue/Ft. Wayne University, and Butler University. Dr. Tim is on the board of directors for both the Midwest Clinic and the Western International Band Clinic/American Band College and is presently the chair of the Tri-M Music Honor Society.