Tim Hinton of the Marching Roundtable podcast

In this episode of Marketing Music Education, I speak with Tim Hinton. He is one of the hosts of the Marching Roundtable podcast, which I’ve listened to and enjoyed for years. His background as an educator is readily apparent, as he schools me about the benefits of hiring an arranger, the pitfalls of burnout, and the need to educate not just marching arts judges, but the entire marching arts community—and beyond!

About Tim Hinton

Tim HintonTim Hinton is a composer and arranger, writing for concert and marching bands. He serves as a consultant for all aspects of marching shows, from show concepts to drill and color guard. Information about his music compositions, blog, and book can be found at www.timhinton.com. He received his degrees in Music Education from the University of Tennessee and Georgia State University, and he was a marching member and instructor for the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps of Rockford, Illinois. Tim taught in the public schools for 10 years and developed a highly successful program at Dunwoody High School in Dunwoody, Georgia.

Tim is one of the hosts of the Marching Roundtable podcast, a resource for everyone involved in the marching arts. You can hear interviews with experts from the world of drum corps, marching band, winter guard, and indoor percussion at the podcast website at www.marchingroundtable.com. Tim is also one of the creators of the Marching Roundtable Judges Academy, an online course of judges training and assessment education. Each student is paired with a mentor who assists the student in learning how to judge marching contests and how to design and teach better toward these assessments. Find out more about the Judges Academy at JudgesAcademy.com.

 

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Resources

Marching Roundtable’s interviews with David Holsinger are here and here.

You can find the Marching Roundtable episodes featuring parents here.

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Kathleen Heuer

Kathleen Heuer is the host of Marketing Music Education, the podcast that encourages music educators & boosters to increase the reach, influence and “relentlessly positive” perception of their programs. By day she is a social media & digital marketing consultant, content strategist, community manager, and graphic designer for Broken Chord Communications, working primarily in the field of music education. Married to an engineer she met while she was in college marching band, she’s a proud band and orchestra parent twice over. You can check out her website at KathleenHeuer.com and follow her on Twitter at @KathleenHeuer.

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