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Darryl Bott, Associate Director of the Wind Studies Program Rutgers University

Darryl Bott has taught for 30 years in the New Jersey public schools. He is

the former director of bands at Roxbury High School where the wind symphony was selected to perform in the NJ State Concert Band Festival every year since its inception. This ensemble was also selected to perform at the Midwest Clinic in 2008. Darryl is a highly regarded clinician for honor bands and school en- sembles and has conducted the Interlochen Arts Academy Band, Ohio District 13 Band, NY Area All State Band, the NJ Region 1 & 2 Symphonic Bands and Wind Ensembles and the North Jersey Area Symphonic Band. He has established a regional concert band festival and the Mason Gross “Artist in Residence” series. His NJMEA involvement includes chairing the concert band festival and host for the all state ensembles.

Marie Malara, Music Educator Sayreville School District

Marie Malara has been a music educator at the Sayreville School District for

34 years. She received the Governor’s Award for Distinguished Service in the Arts in 2002. Marie has been a member of the NJMEA Board of Directors since 1983 where she held various positions including Middle School/Junior High Choral Chair and Region Representative.

She has been the NJMEA State Conference

Manager since 1985 where she is responsible for coordinating the annual three day conference bringing world renowned clinicians and performers together with NJ Music Educators. During her tenure the conference has grown from an attendance of 350 to over 2,000 members, clinicians, exhibitors, and performers.

John J. Cali School of Music at Montclair State University – College of the Arts

Robert Frampton, Supervisor of Visual and Performing Arts Washington Township Schools

Robert Frampton began his teaching career in the Cherry Hill Schools as a music teacher in 1984. Later he became the band director at Triton Regional High School in Runnemede. In 1994 he accepted the Supervisor of Music position at Washington Township. Bob is responsible for the expansion of a well respected arts program which includes multiple course offerings in music technology and a three level guitar program. During his tenure as supervisor he expanded the the- atre, dance and visual arts courses. He presently oversees and coordinates a depart- ment of 48 K-12 arts teachers in 11 buildings. Bob served on the executive board of the South Jersey Band and Orchestra Association as Treasurer and President. He is a Past President of the NJ Music Administrators Association and NJMEA. He is currently the NAfME Eastern Division President Elect.

Degrees: Bachelor of Music s Bachelor of Arts s Master of Arts s Artist’s Diploma s Performer’s Certificate Programs: Music Education, Performance, Jazz, Music Therapy, Theory/Composition Brass, Guitar, Harpsichord, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Strings, Woodwinds, Voice

Tom Mosher, Webmaster & TEMPO Editor New Jersey Music Educators Association

Tom Mosher was the band director at Raritan High School from 1964 until

1997. He is currently the assistant conductor and first clarinetist of the Greater Shore Concert Band. Tom has held numerous executive positions since 1969 in the Central Jersey Music Educators Association including president, secretary, trea- surer, webmaster, and the CJMEA region representative to NJMEA. He has been a member of the NJMEA Board of Directors since 1985 and has served as the NJMEA All State Band Chair, Marching Band Festival Chair, Region II Represen- tative, and CJMEA President. He has been the NJMEA Webmaster and TEMPO magazine editor since 1998 and was just recently inducted into the All-Shore Band Directors “Hall of Fame.”

For information contact 973-655-7610 or

Cali School of Music 1 Normal Avenue Montclair New Jersey 07043 973-655-7212

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