Dir of bands
Village Elementary /Hilton Schools
Beth A. Fabrizio holds a Bachelor of Music from the Eastman School of Music in Clarinet Performance and a Masters of Music in Conducting, Education and Performance from Ithaca College. She has studied conducting with Rodney Winther and Dr. Donald Hunsberger and Clarinet with Michael Webster, Richard Waller, Stanley Hasty, William Osseck, Carmine Campione and performed in masterclasses with Richard Stoltzman.
Ms. Fabrizio maintains a private clarinet studio with numerous students pursuing careers in music education, therapy, recording, and performance. She herself performed as the principal clarinetist and personnel manager with The Greater Rochester Music Educators Wind Ensemble, and former Eb clarinet with The Perinton Concert Band. Beth is a freelance performer and is an active artist/ clinician for The D’adarrio Corporation.
Ms. Fabrizio has conducted various honor bands and given master classes and clinics across the United States, Europe and Japan. She has taught marching bands and drum and bugle corps for over thirty years. Ms. Fabrizio has been the brass caption head with The Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps, brass coordinator with The Pride of Soka from Tokyo, Japan, brass staff with Boston Crusaders, The Glassmen and Spirit of Atlanta. Beth adjudicates for DCI, WGI and numerous other state associations.
Beth is the Director of Bands at Village Elementary in The Hilton Central School District, and has been teaching public school for over thirty years.
Tools of the trade for making your students a stronger ensemble and maintaining numbers.
Creating the atmosphere for your students and their learning and living. Kiddos that need our area to survive and blossom.
Depending on the level, suggestions of great educational rep , it’s level with strengths and weaknesses and the composers out there to support you. Skyped May be involved.
How parents can support their kiddos at home and make practice effective and interesting. Websites/YouTube/ and a sea of support info.
A hands-on demonstration of how reeds, mouthpieces, and a battery of warm-up and fundamental exercises will upgrade the sound of your performing ensemble. Topics covered will include tone development, intonation, articulation, technique development, reed and mouthpiece selection, as well as extensive alternate/resonance fingerings.
Strengthen your clarinet section using technique exercises, tone quality , tonguing, reed selection and care, alternate fingerings and a myriad of warmup exercises for your students.