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Daniel Welborn

Assistant Professor, Music Education    
Biography

Music Education – Instrumental

Daniel Welborn is Assistant Professor in instrumental music education at Georgia State University in Atlanta. He holds a Ph.D. in music education from the University of Southern Mississippi, a Masters of Education in educational leadership and administration from Georgia State University and a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Southern Mississippi.

Dr. Welborn has been involved with music education at the collegiate, secondary and elementary levels for over 20 years. Thirteen of these years involved teaching and growing the band program at Mabry Middle School in Marietta, Georgia. The Mabry Band is a feeder program for the Lassiter High School Band program. Under his direction, the Mabry Middle School Band program achieved great success. Most notably, the band enjoyed an invitational performance at the internationally-renowned Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois in 2007. The band also performed at the Georgia Music Educators Association Convention in Savannah, Georgia that same year. Prior to his appointment as Visiting Lecturer at Georgia State University in 2011, he spent two years as a doctoral conducting assistant with the University of Southern Mississippi Wind Ensemble where he studied with Dr. Thomas Fraschillo.

Dr. Welborn’s research interests include instrumental music pedagogy, music psychology and adult musicians as lifelong learners. Dr. Welborn has performed as a hornist with both the Cobb Wind Symphony in Marietta and the Tara Winds in Atlanta. Both ensembles have established a fine reputation, having performed at numerous national conventions and conferences including the Midwest Clinic, American Bandmasters Association and the College Band Directors National Association.