Dr. Marc Reed
Director of the University of Akron School of Music
Dr. Marc Reed is Director of the Schools of Music and Dance, Theatre, and Arts Administration at the University of Akron. Prior to coming to Akron, Reed served on the faculty of Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado, where he was Professor of Music and Chaired the Department of Music for seven years. Previous faculty appointments include positions at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Waldorf College, Drake University, and the University of North Texas.
Reed’s first solo trumpet recording Gone, But Not Forgotten was released in 2016 on the Mark Records label.
Reed currently serves as Editor of the ITG Journal’s Trumpet in the Wind Band Column, Chair of the ITG Junior and Senior Youth Competitions, Artist Faculty Member of the National Trumpet Competition, Artist/Clinician for the Bach Trumpet Division of the Conn-Selmer Corporation, and is a member of ITG’s Recording Production Committee. He has presented clinics at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic; Minnesota, New Mexico, Kansas, Colorado, Florida, Texas, and Alabama Music Educators Association Conferences; Midwest Trumpet Festival; International Trumpet Guild Conference; and Iowa Bandmasters Association Conference.
Reed holds a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Trumpet Performance and Brass Pedagogy from the University of North Texas, Master of Music Degree in Trumpet Performance from The University of North Texas, and bachelor’s degrees in both Music Education and Trumpet Performance with a jazz emphasis from Drake University. He studied trumpet with Keith Johnson, John Holt, Richard Giangiulio, and Andrew Classen; and wind conducting with Eugene Corporon, Dennis Fisher, and Sue Samuels.
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