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DuWayne Clark Dale

Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) 2011 – 2018
Emphasis in Music Education
Boston University College of Fine Arts
GPA: 3.610

Kentucky Rank I Certification 2008 – 2012

Emphases in Music Education and Wind Conducting
University of Kentucky
GPA: 3.958

Master of Music 1999 – 2007

Emphasis in Music Education
Morehead State University
GPA: 3.756

Bachelor of Music Education 1994 – 1998

Emphasis in Instrumental Music Education
Morehead State University
GPA: 3.224

Kentucky Teaching Certificate, Rank I
Area Specialization: Instrumental Music
Expires June 2023

Professional Experience
Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music 2017 – present
Morehead State University, Morehead, Kentucky
§ Directed university concert band and athletic bands
§ Taught foundational and instrumental music education courses

Regional Arts Specialist 2016 – 2017

Kentucky Department of Education, Frankfort, Kentucky
§ One of nine arts specialists selected from across the state
§ Collaborated with KDE on arts assessment policies and procedures for K-12
schools in the state
Adjunct Professor of Music 2012 – 2017
Kentucky Wesleyan College, Owensboro, Kentucky
§ Taught private applied brass lessons and music education courses

§ Assisted with conducting the college wind ensemble

§ Performed with the college wind ensemble

Director of Bands 2009 – 2017

Daviess County High School, Owensboro, Kentucky
§ Instructed two high school concert bands, pep bands, marching band, pit
orchestra, AP music theory and arts and humanities classes
§ Collaborated with two middle school directors to ensure retention and consistent
expectations, including guest conducting and team teaching middle school bands
§ Organized a collaborative project among band directors in the district to
implement vertical and horizontal curriculum alignment, common assessments
and yearly performance benchmarks
§ Created and maintained an award-winning website for the band program and the
first ever website for the KMEA Second District Band Directors Association
§ Revolutionized administration of the band program by incorporating management
software for finances, inventory, library, student data, and student/parent
communication and volunteerism
§ Doubled the number of incoming freshmen since 2008-2009
§ Facilitated a 300% increase in DCHS students being selected for All-District
band; total now encompasses 33% of all the participants in the All-District
§ Increased Solo and Ensemble participation 400% since spring 2010; over 60
events perform annually and include all members of the DCHS band.
§ Students recognized consistently with distinguished, superior, or division I ratings
in performances assessments of concert bands, marching band, small ensembles,
and solos
§ DCHS Band selected to perform at the Kentucky Music Educators Association
State Conference for the first time in 40 years
§ Performed in local, regional, state, and national events yearly
§ Earned tenure beginning with the 2010-2011 school year

Director of Bands and Orchestra 2003 – 2009

Grant County Schools, Williamstown, Kentucky
§ Instructed high school concert band, high school string orchestra, jazz band, pep
band, marching band, pit orchestra, music theory, and arts and humanities classes
§ Led the band program to double previous recruiting numbers by presenting yearly
elementary performance tours by high school ensembles, organizing rental
meetings, and personally contacting parents of interested students by phone
§ Increased the band program from 27 to nearly 70 members during my tenure
§ Hosted a major marching competition and a winter guard competition annually
§ Served regularly as a judge for district level all-state band, all-district select band,
and all-district select jazz band auditions on multiple instruments
§ Earned tenure beginning with the 2007-2008 school year

Assistant Director of Bands 1999 – 2003

Mad River Local Schools, Riverside, Ohio
§ Directed seventh and eighth grade bands, musical pit orchestra, basketball pep
bands, jazz band, and high school concert band
§ Team taught the high school symphonic band and marching band
§ Symphonic and marching bands recognized statewide for performance excellence
§ Maintained consistently high rates of retention

Interview by E. Sussman. Clearing early-career hurdles in music ed. (2011). School Band
and Orchestra, 14, 32-36.

Dale, D. C. (2009). Teacher resource guide: Turbine by John Mackey. In R. Miles (Ed.),
Teaching music through performance in band: Vol. 7. (pp. 981-989). Chicago, IL:
GIA Publications.

“Effective Communication for the Ensemble Director”
2015 Kentucky Music Educators Association State Conference
2016 Collegiate National Association for Music Education Kentucky State

Research Interests
§ Reasons for student and adult participation and continuation in band
§ The evaluation of instrumental music teachers
§ Instrumental music teacher preparation
§ Student engagement in the instrumental music classroom
§ The legitimacy and relevance of the school band paradigm
§ Effectiveness of music education advocacy
§ Lifelong music participation

Awards and Recognition

§ DCHS Wind Ensemble selected to perform at the 2014 KMEA Conference
§ Citation from the Kentucky House of Representatives
§ National Band Association Citation of Excellence
§ KMEA District 2 High School Music Teacher of the Year, 2012
§ Selected to present a professional development clinics at the 2015 and 2017
KMEA Conferences
§ Selected to present a professional development clinic at the 2015 CNAfME
§ Inducted into Phi Beta Mu International Bandmasters Fraternity

§ International Society for Music Education (ISME)
§ Kentucky Music Educators Association (KMEA), Second District Past-President
§ National Association for Music Education (NAfME)
§ National Band Association (NBA)
§ College Band Directors National Association (CBDNA)

Performance Biography
§ Kim Kelly Big Band, trombonist
§ Dayton Jazz Orchestra, trombonist
§ Owensboro Symphony Orchestra 2nd Street Jazz Band, trombonist
§ Green County Adult Band, trombonist
§ Kentucky Wesleyan College Wind Ensemble, Assistant Conductor, trombonist
§ River Brass, trombonist