Katie Wardrobe - S5 E14
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Gillian Desmarais S5 E13
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Ryan Van Bibber S5 E12
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Lisa Sempsey S5 E11
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The amazing website Lisa referenced in the podcast is here: https://www.elementalmusicaladventures.com/
Amy Benton - S5 E10
Amy Benton - S5 E10 by MusicFirst
Scott Rush - S5 E9
S5 E9 features Scott Rush. Scott Rush is the team lead for the "Habits" series published by GIA and currently serves as the conductor of the Charleston Wind Symphony.
Patrick Burns - S5 E8
Timothy Brendler - S5 E7
Dr. Lee Whitmore - S5 E6
Dr. Lee Whitmore - S5 E6 by MusicFirst
Jessica Husselstein - S5 E5
S5 E5 features Jessica Husselstein. Jessica is the Director of Bands at Tommie Kunst Junior High, Martin Luther Tunnell Elementary, and William Rice Elementary schools in Santa Maria, California.
Chris Chidsey - S5 E4
S5 E4 features Chris Chidsey. Chris is in his 26th year of teaching in the Strongsville City School district which is a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.
Leah Hanley - S5 E3
S5 E3 features Leah Hanley. Leah is the founding and current director of the Salute to Music Bronx Orchestra and the orchestra program at M.S. 180 in Co-op City.
John Nieto - S5 E2
S5 E2 features John Nieto. John Nieto is the Mariachi Director of Brackenridge HS in San Antonio, Texas. He has held this position since 1990. He also holds the position of Lead Mariachi Instructor for the San Antonio ISD.
Jaye Mateyko - S5 E1
S5 E1 features Jaye Mateyko. Jaye is the Director of Support and Training for MusicFirst and has been with the company since 2015.
Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser - S4 E20
S4 E20 features Tim Lautzenheiser. Tim Lautzenheiser began his teaching career at Northern Michigan University. He then moved to the University of Missouri, and from there to New Mexico State University. During that time, Tim developed highly acclaimed groups in both instrumental and vocal music.