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Jamal Duncan


Jamal Duncan joined the faculty of Arizona State University in the Fall of 2020 as associate director of bands and assistant professor of instrumental conducting. His primary responsibilities are conducting the Wind Symphony and teaching classes in conducting. Duncan also serves assistant director of undergraduate music studies. Prior to his appointment at ASU, Duncan served as the assistant director of bands at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville.
Duncan’s research interests include conducting pedagogy, wind literature, and re-defining the traditional concert experience. He has presented on these topics at various state and international conferences including the Midwest Clinic. 
An ardent supporter of growing the repertoire of wind bands and chamber ensembles, Duncan is actively involved in the commissioning of new works from established and emerging composers, including Steven Bryant, Andrea Clearfield, Viet Cuong, Kevin Day, Giovanni Santos, Alex Shapiro, Jim Territo, and Dana Wilson.
Duncan is also committed to programming music that tells the stories of different cultures with an intentional focus on the diverse composers who tell these stories.
A winner of the 2022 American Prize in Band/Wind Ensemble conducting, Duncan has conducted and adjudicated nationally and internationally.

콘서트 경험의 새로운 이해: 관객과 학생을 위한 역동적인 콘서트 만들기

우리는 지역사회에서 음악을 선보이는 방식을 다시 한 번 살펴봐야 합니다. 음악가와 관객 모두를 위해 새로운 콘서트 경험을 설계해야 합니다. 현재의 학생들과 관객들은 음악을 접하고 이해하는 방식이 5년 전과는 많이 달라졌습니다. 또한 관객들은 자신들의 시간과 자원을 어디에 투자할지에 대해 더 많은 선택권을 가지고 있습니다. 팬데믹 이후의 관객들은 이전과 같은 수준으로 되돌아가지 않고 있습니다. 이 클리닉 세션에서는 모든 이해 관계자에게 보다 의미 있는 콘서트로 재탄생시키기 위한 프레임워크를 제공할 것입니다.

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