LOUISBURG, N.C.–Hal Sargent, Director of Bands and Percussion at Louisburg College, was a presenter at two recent conferences for music educators.
Sargent presented a professional development session titled “Percussion Class and Band, A Match Made in Heaven” at the North Carolina Independent School Association Education Conference on October 23 at High Point University.
Sargent also attended the National Association of Music Educators conference in Nashville, Tenn. His October 27 professional development presentation was titled “Percussion: The 21st Century Music Class,” and was attended by teachers from a variety of states.
Sponsoring organizations for both conferences included Vic Firth, Sabian, Marimba One, Panyard, Louisburg College and Cardinal Gibbons High School.
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