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Frank DeMiero

Music Department Chairman

Edmonds Community College

HQ Phone:  (425) 640-1459

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Edmonds Community College

20000 68Th AVE W

Lynnwood, Washington,98036

United States

Company Description

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Vocal Jazz Studies

University of Washington


Supervisor of Music

Edmonds School District


Artistic Director and Conductor

The Sno-King Community Chorale


Founder and Creative Consultant

DeMiero Jazz Fest


Publisher

Sound Music Publications


Director of Choral Music

Weatherwax High School


Affiliations

Sound Music Publications

Owner


International Association for Jazz Education

Northwest Coordinator


Soundsation

Founder


Frank DeMiero Jazz Camp

Founder


National Association for Music Education

Member


JEN

Member


WMEA

Member


American Choral Directors Association

Member


Uptown Vocal Jazz Quartet

Founder


Grammy

Voting Member


Education

Olympic College


BA

Education

Eastern Washington University


Masters

Conducting

Central Washington University


Web References(105 Total References)


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Joan Conlon - 1996, Rebecca Rottsolk - 1997, Paul Schultz - 1998, Howard Meharg - 1999, Robert Northrup - 2000, Richard Sparks - 2001, Twyla Brunson - 2002, Peggy Burrough - 2003, Paul Dennis - 2004, Scott Peterson - 2005, Judy Filibeck - 2006, Neil Lieurance - 2007 , Karen Fulmer - 2008 , Leslie Guelker-Cone - 2009, Richard Nance - 2010, Judy Herrington - 2011, Kris Mason - 2012, Frank DeMiero - 2013, Leora Schwitters - 2014, Gary Weidenaar - 2015, Lori Wiest - 2016
Frank DeMiero The prestigious "Leadership and Service Award" was given to Frank DeMiero. Lori Wiest, out-going president of WA ACDA, presented Frank and outlined his accomplishments to the Summer Institute audience. Frank went to Olympic College, EWU and CWU. He taught high school for nine years, then founded Soundsation, still a top Vocal Jazz group in the world, while teaching at Edmonds Community College. Frank and his family provided the Northwest with the finest Vocal Jazz Camp for 25 years and served more than 6,000 students and educators with the best experiences with which to return and share with their programs. Frank served as the Chairman of the Music Department as well during his long and successful tenure at Edmonds using administrative skills that he lent also to many professional organizations like MENC, IAJE and ACDA in important leadership roles." Dave Frishberg once called Frank DeMiero, "the Vince Lombardi of Vocal Jazz. I would assert, though, that I have even more redemeiro et alspect for Frank. Though Frank is an incredible professional, what is even more impressive is his personal, caring devotion to individuals and family. Frank's devotion to family is unwavering; and, everyone is Frank's family. He has inspired more than one generation of students and educators with his endearing "Mama's spaghetti" stories. Thank goodness five year-old Frank was trapped underneath an accordion until he learned to play it, or we wouldn't have the musician who stands before us today. His metaphor to explain when something just isn't quite right about taking a beautiful drive at sunset in a convertible Alpha Romeo … with your sister. … Those stories were so much more than entertainment. He takes whatever approach is necessary to help anyone who gets the chance to learn from him. With Frank, you always get the opportunity to find your true capabilities. His impressive resume is one with which we are probably familiar; but, let's do the short version so that the picture of this great educator becomes clear. Frank went to Olympic College, EWU and CWU. He taught high school for nine years, then founded Soundsation, still a top Vocal Jazz group in the world, while teaching at Edmonds Community College. Frank and his family provided the Northwest with the finest Vocal Jazz Camp for 25 years and served more than 6,000 students and educators with the best experiences with which to return and share with their programs. Frank served as the Chairman of the Music Department as well during his long and successful tenure at Edmonds using administrative skills that he lent also to many professional organizations like MENC, IAJE and ACDA in important leadership roles. It became clear that the considerable influence he had built by that time meant he could play an important role in supporting music education and educators as the Supervisor of Music for Edmonds School District for thirteen years. He was the Director of Vocal Jazz at UW for two years. Frank continues to help educators with his company, Sound Music Publications, through which he and Kenny Kraintz are able to channel their numerous gifts. Frank teaches (students and educators), adjudicates, clinics, conducts, composes and arranges. And still Frank continues to 'walk the walk' giving us the finest examples of Vocal Jazz and Choral music-making with his groups, Seattle Jazz Singers and Sno-King Community Chorale. Frank has spent his life creating beauty and integrity in others. Whether it be through his choirs or the many honor groups he continues to direct, presenting fine workshops or providing fine literature, he builds us into better educators and better people.


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Frank DeMiero
Frank DeMiero Composer and jazz pianist Dave Frishberg calls Frank DeMiero "the Vince Lombardi of Vocal Jazz. Noted music educator, clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor, composer/arranger and publisher, Mr. DeMiero recently retired as the Supervisor of Music for Edmonds School District #15 where he served for 13 years. Prior to that, Mr. DeMiero was director of choral music at Weatherwax High School in Aberdeen for two years and at Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington for seven years. Mr. DeMiero founded and directed the Soundsation Jazz Choir and was Music Department Chairman at Edmonds Community College for 11 years. He was Director of Vocal Jazz Studies at the University of Washington for two years. Currently, Mr. DeMiero conducts and manages the Seattle Jazz Singers, one of the most exciting professional jazz choirs in the country today, and is the conductor of the Edmonds Community College "Sno-King Community Chorale," an inspiring concert choir. Mr. DeMiero is the co-founder of Sound Music Publications, a publishing company that offers the best in all areas of choral literature, recordings, choral clinics/workshops and materials. Mr. DeMiero attend Olympic College, received his BA in Education degree from Eastern Washington University, where he studied voice, conducting and choral literature with Dr. Ralph Manzo, and received his Masters in Music from Central Washington University, studying with Dr. Wayne Hertz. Mr. DeMiero's choral groups have received top honors for their performances throughout the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe. Mr. DeMiero is the founder of the Frank DeMiero Jazz Camp. This camp has had more than 6000 student and educator participants during the 25 years of its existence. Recognized internationally for his innovations in all areas of music education, Mr. DeMiero was on the Advisory Council for the International Association of Jazz Educators. He has served as President of the Puget Sound Music Administrators Association, the Sno-King Music Educators, the Washington Chapter of the International Association of Jazz Educators and was the Northwest Coordinator for IAJE. Mr. DeMiero has conducted honor concert and jazz choirs through the United States and Canada and is in demand as a guest conductor and clinician presenting exciting workshops in all areas of choral music and music education. Mr. DeMiero and his wife, Yvonne, live in Edmonds, Washington.


sno-kingchorale.org [cached]

Under the direction of Frank DeMiero, the Chorale is a non-audition choir which is open to anyone who shares our vision to grow musically.Read more
Frank DeMiero Artistic Director Internationally recognized music educator, clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor, composer/arranger and publisher, Mr. DeMiero is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Sno-King Community Chorale. Read More... PDF Print Frank DeMiero Composer and jazz pianist Dave Frishberg calls Frank DeMiero "the Vince Lombardi of Vocal Jazz". Noted music educator, clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor, composer/arranger and publisher, Mr. DeMiero recently retired as the Supervisor of Music for Edmonds School District #15 where he served for 13 years. Prior to that, Mr. DeMiero was director of choral music at Weatherwax High School in Aberdeen for two years and at Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington for seven years. Mr. DeMiero founded and directed the Soundsation Jazz Choir and was Music Department Chairman at Edmonds Community College for 11 years. He was Director of Vocal Jazz Studies at the University of Washington for two years. Currently, Mr. DeMiero conducts and manages the Seattle Jazz Singers, one of the most exciting professional jazz choirs in the country today, and is the conductor of the Edmonds Community College "Sno-King Community Chorale," an inspiring concert choir. Mr. DeMiero is the co-founder of Sound Music Publications, a publishing company that offers the best in all areas of choral literature, recordings, choral clinics/workshops and materials. Mr. DeMiero attend Olympic College, received his BA in Education degree from Eastern Washington University, where he studied voice, conducting and choral literature with Dr. Ralph Manzo, and received his Masters in Music from Central Washington University, studying with Dr. Wayne Hertz. Mr. DeMiero's choral groups have received top honors for their performances throughout the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe. Mr. DeMiero is the founder of the Frank DeMiero Jazz Camp. This camp has had more than 6000 student and educator participants during the 25 years of its existence. Recognized internationally for his innovations in all areas of music education, Mr. DeMiero was on the Advisory Council for the International Association of Jazz Educators. He has served as President of the Puget Sound Music Administrators Association, the Sno-King Music Educators, the Washington Chapter of the International Association of Jazz Educators and was the Northwest Coordinator for IAJE. Mr. DeMiero has conducted honor concert and jazz choirs through the United States and Canada and is in demand as a guest conductor and clinician presenting exciting workshops in all areas of choral music and music education. Mr. DeMiero and his wife, Yvonne, live in Edmonds, Washington.


www.sno-kingchorale.org [cached]

Frank DeMiero
Composer and jazz pianist Dave Frishberg calls Frank DeMiero "the Vince Lombardi of Vocal Jazz". Noted music educator, clinician, adjudicator, guest conductor, composer/arranger and publisher, Mr. DeMiero recently retired as the Supervisor of Music for Edmonds School District #15 where he served for 13 years. Prior to that, Mr. DeMiero was director of choral music at Weatherwax High School in Aberdeen for two years and at Mountlake Terrace High School in Mountlake Terrace, Washington for seven years. Mr. DeMiero founded and directed the Soundsation Jazz Choir and was Music Department Chairman at Edmonds Community College for 11 years. He was Director of Vocal Jazz Studies at the University of Washington for two years. Currently, Mr. DeMiero conducts and manages the Seattle Jazz Singers, one of the most exciting professional jazz choirs in the country today, and is the conductor of the Edmonds Community College "Sno-King Community Chorale," an inspiring concert choir. Mr. DeMiero is the co-founder of Sound Music Publications, a publishing company that offers the best in all areas of choral literature, recordings, choral clinics/workshops and materials. Mr. DeMiero attend Olympic College, received his BA in Education degree from Eastern Washington University, where he studied voice, conducting and choral literature with Dr. Ralph Manzo, and received his Masters in Music from Central Washington University, studying with Dr. Wayne Hertz. Mr. DeMiero's choral groups have received top honors for their performances throughout the United States, Canada, Central America and Europe. Mr. DeMiero is the founder of the Frank DeMiero Jazz Camp. This camp has had more than 6000 student and educator participants during the 25 years of its existence. Recognized internationally for his innovations in all areas of music education, Mr. DeMiero was on the Advisory Council for the International Association of Jazz Educators. He has served as President of the Puget Sound Music Administrators Association, the Sno-King Music Educators, the Washington Chapter of the International Association of Jazz Educators and was the Northwest Coordinator for IAJE. Mr. DeMiero has conducted honor concert and jazz choirs through the United States and Canada and is in demand as a guest conductor and clinician presenting exciting workshops in all areas of choral music and music education. Mr. DeMiero and his wife, Yvonne, live in Edmonds, Washington.


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Lori Wiest, past-president introduces Frank
Dave Frishberg once called Frank DeMiero, "the Vince Lombardi of Vocal Jazz. Though Frank is an incredible professional, what is even more impressive is his personal, caring devotion to individuals and family. Frank's devotion to family is unwavering; and, everyone is Frank's family. He has inspired more than one generation of students and educators with his endearing "Mama's spaghetti" stories. Thank goodness five year-old Frank was trapped underneath an accordion until he learned to play it, or we wouldn't have the musician who stands before us today. His metaphor to explain when something just isn't quite right about taking a beautiful drive at sunset in a convertible Alpha Romeo … with your sister. … Those stories were so much more than entertainment. He takes whatever approach is necessary to help anyone who gets the chance to learn from him. With Frank, you always get the opportunity to find your true capabilities. His impressive resume is one with which we are probably familiar; but, let's do the short version so that the picture of this great educator becomes clear. Frank went to Olympic College, EWU and CWU. He taught high school for nine years, then founded Soundsation, still a top Vocal Jazz group in the world, while teaching at Edmonds Community College. Frank and his family provided the Northwest with the finest Vocal Jazz Camp for 25 years and served more than 6,000 students and educators with the best experiences with which to return and share with their programs. Frank served as the Chairman of the Music Department as well during his long and successful tenure at Edmonds using administrative skills that he lent also to many professional organizations like MENC, IAJE and ACDA in important leadership roles. It became clear that the considerable influence he had built by that time meant he could play an important role in supporting music education and educators as the Supervisor of Music for Edmonds School District for thirteen years. He was the Director of Vocal Jazz at UW for two years. Frank continues to help educators with his company, Sound Music Publications, through which he and Kenny Kraintz are able to channel their numerous gifts. Frank teaches (students and educators), adjudicates, clinics, conducts, composes and arranges. And still Frank continues to 'walk the walk' giving us the finest examples of Vocal Jazz and Choral music-making with his groups, Seattle Jazz Singers and Sno-King Community Chorale. Frank has spent his life creating beauty and integrity in others. Whether it be through his choirs or the many honor groups he continues to direct, presenting fine workshops or providing fine literature, he builds us into better educators and better people.


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