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Dr. T. Andre Feagin

Conductor, 2024 High School Honors Band (Carnegie Hall)

Dr. Feagin holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in wind conducting from the University of Arizona Fred Fox School of Music where he was a student of the Gregg I. Hanson. He serves as Director of Bands in the Department of Music at Central Washington University. He serves as administrator of the Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Wildcat Marching Band, and Pep Band. He heads the graduate wind conducting program and serves as the conductor of the Wind Ensemble, the preeminent wind band at CWU. Under his leadership, the Wind Ensemble was a featured performer at the 2022 College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA) Western/Northwestern Division Conference and has been selected as a featured ensemble at the 2024 World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensemble (WASBE) International convention in Gwangju, South Korea.

Dr. Feagin has appeared as a guest conductor with numerous All-state, honor bands, and professional bands and orchestras domestically and internationally. As a clinician/presenter, he has been invited to speak on conducting, diversity and inclusivity in music education, and leadership at numerous music educators’ conferences across the United States and around the globe. In 2022, he presented at 19th WASBE International Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.

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