Rebekah Daniel – Graduate Assistant

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Rebekah Daniel is currently pursuing the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Wind Conducting at Michigan State University as a student of Dr. Kevin Sedatole. Prior to attending MSU, Daniel taught in the state of Georgia most recently serving as the Associate Director of Bands at Houston County High School in Warner Robins, GA where she conducted concert bands, coached chamber ensembles, and taught marching band. While in Warner Robins, Daniel co-led collaborative projects such as the creation of The Middle Georgia Drum Major Clinic and a CNAfME session at the GMEA In-Service Conference. Bands and chamber groups in the Georgia public schools under her direction have enjoyed notable success with students earning superior ratings at district and state performance evaluations.

As a twofold graduate of Georgia Southern University, Daniel completed the Bachelor of Music Education degree and Master of Music degree in Wind Conducting where she studied with Dr. Robert Dunham and Dr. Colin McKenzie. As a graduate assistant with GS Bands, Daniel guest conducted the GS Symphonic Wind Ensemble and Wind Symphony and assisted with athletic bands. Daniel frequently serves as an honor band clinician as well as a concert and marching band adjudicator and was named an inaugural H. Robert Reynolds Conducting Institute Fellow as part of the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic.