In late Summer 2010, a group of friends found themselves grousing about the state of the Marching Arts. We were frustrated about seemingly bad decisions that designers and directors were making about shows, and about the direction of our activity. Ultimately, we decided that instead of just complaining, we should DO something! The Marching Roundtable podcasts and resources were born! Information is now freely available to ALL to help and inspire directors, designers, instructors, judges, parents, and fans.
We’ve had the great honor to talk with many of the top experts in our activity, and we’ve shared their advice and secrets on our podcasts. Our goal is to help everyone achieve greater excellence and to have a more meaningful experience in their marching musical endeavors. We talk about everything in the world of marching band, drum corps, winter guard, or indoor percussion. Find our Podcast Archives HERE.
This site also features RESOURCES to help the band director, staff member, creative designer, band parent, support staff, or member of any organization. Please share FEEDBACK on anything you hear or see, as we welcome any ideas or suggestions for topics of discussion or for further exploration.
The Marching Roundtable Founders
L-R: Joe Allison, Tim Hinton, Mary White, John Bogenschutz
Tim Hinton, Host of the Marching Roundtable Podcast
|Tim Hinton, the host of the podcast, is a composer and arranger writing for concert and marching bands. He also serves as a consultant for all aspects of marching shows, from show concepts to drill and color guard. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Music Education from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and his Masters from Georgia State University. Tim marched with the Phantom Regiment Drum and Bugle Corps of Rockford Illinois for three summers (1980-82). He also taught marching with the corps during the 1983 season, learning many techniques of drill writing and cleaning that still serve him well as a consultant and show designer.Tim is especially proud to have won the DCI Individual and Ensemble Competition on french horn in 1982, being the first person in DCI history to receive a perfect score of 100 in individual competition.Tim taught in the public schools for 10 years and developed a highly successful band program at Dunwoody High School in Dunwoody, Georgia. While there his bands consistently received superior ratings in concert and marching performances and his marching productions were heralded for their creativity and originality. In addition to his work in the music field, Tim is also a fitness enthusiast and personal trainer. You can learn more about his business and read his blog by visiting his website at www.timhinton.com.Tim lives in Orlando, Florida with his dog Sophia.Learn more about Tim on this Podcast: “Meet Tim: From the Field to the Gym“|
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