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Board Member

Phone: (615) ***-****  HQ Phone
Tennessee Arts Academy
1900 Belmont Blvd.
Nashville, Tennessee 37212
United States

Company Description: T he Tennessee Arts Academy is the nation's premier professional development institute for arts education. A program of the Tennessee Department of Education, the...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Vice President
    Tennessee Arts Academy Board

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Chattanooga High School
  • degrees
    University of Chattanooga
  • PhD , Music
    George Peabody College for Teachers
  • MA , music education
    George Peabody College for Teachers
8 Total References
Web References
Dr. Solie Fott ...
www.tennesseeartsacademy.org, 9 Feb 2014 [cached]
Dr. Solie Fott
Solie Fott Bio
tnmea.org, 9 May 2008 [cached]
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Solie Fott
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Solie Fott was born in Chattanooga in 1929 and graduated from Chattanooga High School in 1945. In 1949, he received two degrees from the University of Chattanooga (before it became UTC), a BS in chemistry and a BM in Music. After one additional year of training he received his teaching certification and, in 1950 continued graduate work at George Peabody College for Teachers where he received a MA in music education in 1952 and a PhD in Music in 1958.
Fott was a member of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra from 1943-1950 and performed with the Knoxville Symphony from 1948-1950. Except for two years of service in the U.S. Army, Fott performed with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra from 1950-1960.
In 1960, Fott began doing recording work in the Nashville area and, until 1980, did extensive recording and TV performance in the Nashville studios.
From 1956-1958, Fott taught beginning strings and band in the (former) Nashville Public Schools and conducted the East Junior High School Orchestra. In 1958, he came to Austin Peay State University as a member of the music faculty where remained until his retirement 42 years later in 2000. During that 42-year period, he was Chair of the music department for the last 22 years. While at Austin Peay, Fott was founding president of the faculty senate and founding chair of the University Assembly as well as holding other leadership positions in higher education.
During his career, he has been a guest conductor and clinician on many occasions and served as President of both the Tennessee Chapter of the American String Teachers Association (1967-68) and the Tennessee Music Education Association (1984-86). Currently, he serves as Vice-President of the Tennessee Arts Academy Board and on the Board of Directors of the Clarkesville Community Concert Association. He is an honorary member of Sigma Alpha Iota and the Tennessee Bandmasters Association and served as a board member for the Tennessee Alliance for Arts Education. He currently holds membership in several professional music associations and stays very busy with various community activities in Clarksville.
Tennessee music teachers are fortunate to have Solie Fott as a leader in music education in Tennessee. His accomplishments go well beyond the standards set to receive the TMEA Hall of Fame award.
Tennessee Arts Academy - Foundation Board
www.artsacademyamerica.org, 5 Feb 2011 [cached]
Ms. Solie Fott
Photo of Solie ...
www.tnmea.org, 9 May 2008 [cached]
Photo of Solie Fott
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Solie Fott
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Solie Fott was born in Chattanooga in 1929 and graduated from Chattanooga High School in 1945.In 1949, he received two degrees from the University of Chattanooga (before it became UTC), a BS in chemistry and a BM in Music.After one additional year of training he received his teaching certification and, in 1950 continued graduate work at George Peabody College for Teachers where he received a MA in music education in 1952 and a PhD in Music in 1958.
Fott was a member of the Chattanooga Symphony Orchestra from 1943-1950 and performed with the Knoxville Symphony from 1948-1950.Except for two years of service in the U.S. Army, Fott performed with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra from 1950-1960.
In 1960, Fott began doing recording work in the Nashville area and, until 1980, did extensive recording and TV performance in the Nashville studios.
From 1956-1958, Fott taught beginning strings and band in the (former) Nashville Public Schools and conducted the East Junior High School Orchestra.In1958, he came to Austin Peay State University as a member of the music faculty where remained until his retirement 42 years later in 2000.During that 42-year period, he was Chair of the music department for the last 22 years.While at Austin Peay, Fott was founding president of the faculty senate and founding chair of the University Assembly as well as holding other leadership positions in higher education.
During his career, he has been a guest conductor and clinician on many occasions and served as President of both the Tennessee Chapter of the American String Teachers Association (1967-68) and the Tennessee Music Education Association (1984-86).Currently, he serves as Vice-President of the Tennessee Arts Academy Board and on the Board of Directors of the Clarkesville Community Concert Association.He is an honorary member of Sigma Alpha Iota and the Tennessee Bandmasters Association and served as a board member for the Tennessee Alliance for Arts Education.He currently holds membership in several professional music associations and stays very busy with various community activities in Clarksville.
Tennessee music teachers are fortunate to have Solie Fott as a leader in music education in Tennessee.His accomplishments go well beyond the standards set to receive the TMEA Hall of Fame award.
Kinetic Element - Q&A with Len DuPilka
www.kineticelement.com [cached]
I studied bass under Norm Irvine - 3rd chair bassist with the Richmond Symphony, Herb Smith - saxophonist with NVCC, Dr. Solie Fott - APSU and Roger Spencer - founder and double-bassist of the Nashville Jazz Institute.
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