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Prof. Scott Teeple

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Madison, Wisconsin 53715

United States

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Employment History

Undergraduate and Graduate Conducting Teacher

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Clinician and Conductor

University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point

Director of Bands

Port Edwards School District


Member of the Directors National Association
College Band Directors National Association

Executive Board
Wisconsin Music Educators Association

World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles

Executive Board
Arts Alliance

Music Educator's National Conference


Amarillo College

Bachelor of Music Education degee

University of Texas at Austin

Master of Music Education degree

VanderCook College

bachelor's Degree

University of Michigan


Music Education and Conducting

University of Michigan

master's degree

University of Michigan

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Scott Teeple, Professor of Music, serves on the conducting faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where conducts the Wind Ensemble, shares conducting duties with the Concert Band, teaches undergraduate and graduate conducting. Additionally, conducts the Winds of Wisconsin, an honors band comprised of high school musicians from around the state and conducts the Madison College Municipal Band.

Professor Teeple continues to be in demand as a clinician and guest conductor across the United States and abroad. He has guest conducted and lead All-State honor bands throughout the country, conducted the World Youth Wind Symphony at the Interlochen Arts Camp and the American School International Honors Band in Singapore. In 2016, Teeple will conduct Qatar the Association for Music in International Schools festival in Doah, Qatar.
Prior to coming to Madison, Teeple served on the faculty at UW-Stevens Point, the University of Michigan and, Port Huron Northern High School (MI). Teeple received degrees in Music Education and Conducting from the University of Michigan.
He is a member of the College Band Director's National Association, the Music Educator's National Conference, and the World Association of Symphonic Bands and Ensembles. He has served on the executive board of the Wisconsin Music Educator's Association and on the Arts Alliance Executive Board. He is president-elect of the Big Ten Band Director's Association. He is the 2012 recipient of the UW Edna Weicher's Award.

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"There aren't a lot of students who would give up the last few hours of their weekend free time on Sunday nights to go to a rehearsal or class or work," said Scott Teeple, interim wind ensemble conductor for UW-Madison.

"There's a tremendous opportunity for outreach between the university school of music and the public school programs," Teeple said.
By helping these kids develop as musicians he hopes to "enhance what they are able to do in their programs back home."
Aley and Teeple contacted high school band directors from across the state.
Teeple was band director at UW-Stevens Point before coming to Madison and has worked extensively with high school and college students.
"I've found that high school students are very willing and able to take musical risks; they only need encouragement and to know it's a safe environment to express themselves musically," Teeple said.
Teeple pushes the students musically but he does not put any exorbitant expectation upon them.In regard to practice, he expects them to put their home programs first and just wants them to do what they have to to get their parts down "so we can construct the larger picture during rehearsals."
Sunday night he went through their repertoire with great detail to prepare them for this concert.Sometimes he focused on a particular section and sometimes on a particular person but he always kept the mood positive.At one point during "Amazing Grace" he stopped the group and said, "Some of us are giving prickly hugs when we need to be giving warm embraces."When after another try they got it, he exuberantly replied, "You felt that didn't you?You felt hugged."
Junior Nora Hickey of McFarland said of Teeple: "He can make pieces that are boring really interesting."
Said Teeple of his students: "They are extremely bright and talented.

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