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1 Dennis G. Waring, Ph.D. 95 Westmont Drive Middletown, CT (860) Areas of Expertise Ethnomusicologist: General World Music; Western Musicology; Popular World Musics; Organology; Music of Latin America, Music and Folklore of North America; Music of Africa and the African Diaspora Educator: University lecturer in Western and non-western music and multicultural education; Consultant in curricular development and teacher education; Forty years teaching experience Performer: Multi-instrumentalist musician; Woodwind specialist; Performance skills in classical, folk, jazz, and world genres Presenter: Applied ethnomusicology; Multicultural specialist; Presenter for educational conferences, in-service workshops, institutes, clinics, school programs, and community outreach; Arts advocacy facilitator Instrument Maker: Expert woodworker/luthier; Design and make traditional and original musical instruments; Organology specialist; Museum curator; Instrument collector; Author of six books on musical instruments Formal Education Doctor of Philosophy: Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct Ethnomusicology; World Music; Music of the USA ; Music of the African Diaspora; Popular Musics of the Contemporary World; Organology; Multicultural Music Education Master of Arts: Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct Ethnomusicology; World music; Music and Folklore of the United States ; West African traditions; Latin American studies; Asian organology Bachelor of Music Education: University of Kansas, Lawrence, 1967 K-12 specialist in general and instrumental music; Curricular development in the humanities Professional Academic Experience Wesleyan University Consultant, Wesleyan World Music Department, Middletown, Ct Curator, Wesleyan World Music Collection of Instruments, ,

2 Faculty, Graduate Liberal Arts Program, American Music Course, , 2005 Faculty, Center For Creative Youth, Gifted and Talented Summer Program, University of Pittsburgh (Presently, University of Virginia ), 1999 and 2005 Institute for Shipboard Education, Semester at Sea, Ethnomusicologist for around the world voyage. Ports of call included Nassau, Cuba, Venezuela, Brazil, Kenya, South Africa, India, Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Japan, and Hawaii Western Connecticut State University Adjunct Faculty, World Music, 2006 Guest Lecturer In Music Education, , 2002 University of Connecticut Adjunct Faculty in Music Education and World Music, Storrs, Ct , 2004 Full-time Faculty, Visiting Faculty, 1988 Villanova University Summer Faculty, Multicultural Specialist, Villanova, Pa VanderCook College of Music Visiting Lecturer in Multicultural Education, Chicago, Ill University of Hartford Visiting Lecturer in Course on Creativity, Hartford, Ct Trinity College Visiting Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, Hartford, Ct Eastern Connecticut State University Adjunct Faculty in Fine Arts and Continuing Education, Willimantic, Ct Consultant/Composer for ECSU Theater Department, New England Conservatory Summer Faculty, Intercultural Institute, Boston, Mass Brown University Visiting Lecturer in Ethnomusicology, Providence, R.I University of Vermont Visiting Faculty In World Music, Continuing Education, Burlington, Vt Belmont College Tennessee Academy for the Arts, Summer Faculty, Nashville, Tenn Central Connecticut State University Summer Faculty and Guest Lecturer In World Music, New Britain, Ct

3 Southern Connecticut State University Guest Lecturer, Multicultural Institute for Teachers, New Haven, Ct Duquesne University Music Institutes Tour Education Specialist, Multicultural Music Education, 1991: Madonna College ( Livonia, Mich. ), The College of St, Catherine ( Minneapolis ), Fontbonne College ( St. Louis ) University of Wisconsin Visiting Artist, Summer Institute, Milwaukee, Wis University of Manitoba Instructor, Summer Arts Programs, Winnipeg, Canada Administrator, The Free University, Continuing Education Outreach, Public Sector Teaching Experience Master Teaching Artist, Hundreds of assemblies, presentations, workshops, and residencies in schools and other community centers Full-time Teaching Positions East Hampton Public Schools, East Hampton, Ct Grades K-8, Elementary and General Music St. John and St. Sebastian Parochial Schools, Middletown, Ct Grades 4-8, Instrumental Music Wilmington High School and Deerfield Elementary School, Wilmington Vt Jr. and Sr. School Instrumental Program Concert and Jazz Bands, Grades 4-6 Instrumental Programs and Bands Maplewood-South Orange School District, N.J Grades 4-12, Instrumental Programs, Concert Bands, Marching Bands, Orchestra Shawnee Mission School District, Kansas City, Junior High Instrumental Program Part-time Positions Held Farmington School District, Farmington, Ct., Multicultural Consultant at High School, Scholar-In-Residence Program Hartford Academy For the Performing Arts, Hartford, Ct Gifted and Talented Program in Music, Dance and Theater Center For Creative Youth, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Ct Summer Program for Gifted and Talented High School Arts Majors Whitby Montessori Center, Greenwich, Ct., Grades 4-6, Instrumental

4 Music, Publishing, Papers, and Presentations Book Publications Making Drums. Sterling/Tamos Publication, New York, N.Y Manufacturing the Muse: Estey Organs and Consumer Culture In Victorian America. Wesleyan University Press, Middletown, Ct Make Your Own Electric Guitar and Bass (with David Raymond). Sterling/Tamos Publication, New York, N.Y Cool Cardboard Instruments. Sterling/Tamos Publication, New York, N.Y Samba Batucada: A Course In Brazilian Samba (with Philip Galinsky). Waring Music, Middletown, CT 2002 Great Folk Instruments To Make and Play. Sterling/Tamos Publication, NYC., 1999 Making Folk Instruments In Wood. Sterling Press, New York, N.Y Folk Instruments: Make Them & Play Them. Hyperion Press, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1979 Curriculum Guide For Classroom Music. Manitoba Department of Education, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1978 Articles and Consultant Music! Its Role and Importance In Our Lives, Glencoe/McGraw Hill, Consultant, 2005 Share the Music Series, McGraw/Hill School Division, Consultant, 1995,1998 Connecticut Music Educators News World Music: The Early Days 1996 Making Musical Instruments: Science and Sound 1995 Musical Instruments: Cultural Sonic Symbols 1994 Sforzando (Minnesota Music Educators Association Magazine) Worlds of Musical Instruments 1993 The Reed Organ Society Quarterly Manufacturing the Muse Article and Keynote Speech for 2005 Conference Advertising Music: Trade Card Iconography In Nineteenth-Century America 1988 Papers and Presentations Scores of Lecture Presentations including:

5 Society for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference, 1993 Popular Music and the Victorian Reed Organ Brattleboro Historical Society (Vermont), 1991, 2005, Keynote Speaker Manufacturing the Muse The American Musical Instrument Society (N.Y.C.), 1989 Victorian Advertising and America's Emerging Music Industry Miss Porter's School (Farmington, Ct.), 1989, Annual Lecture Series, Trends In African Music Smithsonian Institution (Washington, D.C.), 1983 Musical Instrument Lecture Presentations at the American Museum of History Winnipeg Folklore Center (Manitoba, Canada), Lecture/Performance Series on Appalachian Folk Music The Peter Whyte Gallery (Banff) and Harborfront Gallery (Toronto, Canada), 1978 Revivals: Modern Lutherie In North America Educational Conference and Institute Workshop Presentations Integrating Multicultural Arts In the Classroom Multiple presentations for Connecticut Music Educators Conferences, World Music Press Presentation, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 2002 Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 1992 The TransAtlantic Experience: Music From Africa To the Americas Johns Hopkins University, Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, 1998 Midwestern Music Educators Conference, Ann Arbor, 1997 National Orff-Schulwerk Association, Memphis, 1996 Tennessee Music Educators State Convention, Nashville, 1995 Introduction To Latin American Music Johns Hopkins University, Peabody Conservatory of Music, Baltimore, 1998 Eastern Regional Music Educators National Conference, Baltimore, 1997 New Jersey Music Educators Convention, Atlantic City, 1995 Hartt School of Music, Hartford, 1994, 1997, 2000 Massachusetts Music Educators Association, Boston, 1994, 2001 Making Musical Instruments New Jersey Music Educators Convention, Atlantic City, 1995 Connecticut Music Educators Convention, Watertown, , 1997, 2001

6 Columbia Teachers College, NYC, 2001 Performance and Enterprise Waring Music, Proprietor, Multi-faceted enterprise involving performance, educational facilitation, publishing, and musical instrument marketing and manufacturing. Public ethnomusicology - presentations and services including concerts, assembly presentations, lectures, arts facilitation and resources for educational and community institutions. Affiliation with Young Audiences of Connecticut. Sirius Coyote Music, Trio specializing in Latin, Native American and pan-african musics. Incorporate native, folk, jazz and world music styles. Credits include three CDs, five audio cassette productions and two video documentary soundtracks. Viper s Dream, Jazz quartet featuring various styles of traditional jazz including early swing, Dixieland, blues, ragtime and stomps. Stompers Old Time String Band, Traditional string band featuring music from folkloric America and the British Isles. Repertoire included Appalachian play party music, shape note hymnody, Bluegrass music, old time mountain music, the blues, sea shanties, ballads and gospel. Ten Penny Bit, Folk troupe featuring the folk music of the USA, Canada and British Isles. Important resource in Winnipeg, Manitoba for various folklife activities in conjunction the Winnipeg Folk Festival. Principle Clarinetist Kansas City Civic Symphony Orchestra, University of Kansas, Concert Band, Marching Band, Symphonic and Opera Orchestra, Chamber Music Grants and Funding The Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, Connecticut Master Teaching Artist: Community Educational Concerts and Programs The Connecticut Commission on the Arts, Appointed official Connecticut State Troubadour, Master Teaching Artist: Community and Public School Programs,

7 Workshops, and Residencies HOTs (Higher Order Thinking) School Program: 1998 Summer Institute Instructor; Multiple Residencies The Crosby Foundation, 1998 Funding for advanced research leading to publication with Wesleyan University Press Young Audiences of Connecticut, Hundreds of School Presentations and Teacher In-service Programs Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Educational Workshops for Educators Exhibitor and Keynote Speaker - Art from Connecticut Forests sponsored by the Connecticut Forest & Park Association Connecticut Department of Education, Teacher In-service Institutes and Seminars In Multicultural Education Capital Region Education Council (CREC), Connecticut Institute for Teaching and Learning Institutes In Multicultural Awareness The Connecticut Humanities Council Festival of New England Folk Music, 1984 Awarded Scholar/Artist Residency, Bridgeport and Fairfield, 1989 Wesleyan University, Graduate Assistantships Bright Solutions, Inc., Funding for Artist-in-Schools residencies and state sponsored educational institutes Traveling Artists and Performers Company (TAPCO), Funding for Artist-in-Schools Programs Manitoba Arts Council, Manitoba, Canada, Development of Educational Programs for Minorities Artist-In-Schools Programs Advanced Research, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. Support for Publishing Book, Folk Instruments: Make Them and Play Them Manitoba Department of Education, Development of Provincial Curriculum Guide for Music Teachers Produced Instructional Video Programs for Public Schools Manitoba Department of Tourism, Recreation, and Cultural Affairs, Music Training for Recreational Supervisors

8 Media Productions Educational Video Productions: From Trash To Tunes Awarded Platinum Best of Show, The Aurora Awards 2007, Produced by MyLibraryDV/Recorded Books Art As a Way of Knowing - Farmington High School Music and Art Departments, 1993 Documentary Video Soundtracks: The Noble Savage by Bernard Moreau, 1990 Train Ride In the Sky - Paraview Productions, NYC., 1992 Audio Productions: Canciones Para Ninos - Sirius Coyote CD, Latin American songs for children, 2006 Todo Lo Bueno - Sirius Coyote CD, Original compositions, 2002 From the Land of the Nahuatl - Sirius Coyote CD, Featuring ancient, folkloric and contemporary Latin American music, 1999 Baila Bonito - Sirius Coyote Music, Dance music of Latin America, 1994 Let s Get Serious - Sirius Coyote Music, Music from Latin America, 1993 El Retorno de Quetzalcoatl - Sirius Coyote with Puente de Wirikuta, 1992 Dedicated To the Wild - Sirius Coyote, Music from Africa and Latin America, 1991 The El Dorado Tapes - Collaboration with the NYC Bozon Band, World Music, 1989 The Stompers - Stringband Music of Ireland and the USA, 1986 The Ten Penny Bit - Music of the British Isles, Folk Music, 1978 Music Composed for Theater: The Ice Wolf by Joanna Halpert Kraus, Harry Hope Theater, Eastern Connecticut State University, 1996 The Good Woman of Szechwan by Bertolt Brecht, Harry Hope Theater, Eastern Connecticut State University, 1995 The Art of Dining by Tina Howe, Studio Theater, University of Connecticut, 1994 Positions Held Board of Trustees: Estey Organ Museum, Brattleboro, Vt.,

9 Board of Directors: Connecticut Folklife Project, Non-profit organization dedicated to documenting important culture bearers in Connecticut and beyond, Curator: Consultant and Curator of Wesleyan s World Music Instrument Collection, Editorial Consultant: Macmillan/McGraw Hill music book series, Editorial consultant for second edition of Music! Its Role and Importance in Our Lives, Glencoe, McGraw-Hill Publishers, NY, NY, 1998, 2005 Multicultural Column for Connecticut Music Educators Association, Chairman: Connecticut Music Educators Association Multicultural Committee, Entrepreneur: Waring Music: Resources for a Diverse World, Sirius Coyote Music: Public ethnomusicology, Watertown, Ct., The Woodwrights: Woodworking business, Winnipeg, Canada, Organizer: Multicultural Music Area for the CMEA Conference, 1994 Conference on Folk Music Traditions of New England, Wesleyan University, 1984 Seminar on Grantsmanship In the Arts, Wesleyan University, 1984 President: Wesleyan Graduate Student Association , Executive Council, The Wesleyan Friends of Old Time Music, University of Kansas Chapter of the Music Educators National Conference, 1967

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