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Brian Wimberly: Mentoring Students in Music

Katie Baker, Writer

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Directing the Spirit Band From Eagle Land, Mr. Brian Wimberly has taught at New Caney High School since 2006, helping to better students’ musical abilities and their lives. Mr. Wimberly has tremendously impacted his students, teaching them how to attain maturity and accept responsibility for their actions.

Directing a jazz class, the Symphonic band, and the Concert band, Mr. Wimberly teaches skills , techniques, and life lessons. During marching and concert seasons, Mr. Wimberly helps improve the band by raising its member’s standards to an exalted level, allowing them to duly prepare for competition.

Although his appreciation for marching and concert season stand equally notable, Mr. Wimberly still believes they accomplish contrastive goals, loving a variety of parts of each musical season.

With the band’s unity exuberating his fondness of marching season, Mr. Wimberly loves that they work together to achieve goals. Players’ singular efforts fires and mellows his passion for concert season.

Graduating in 1992 from New Caney High School, participating in band all four years, his music admiration has tremendously impacted his life, leading him to pursue a band director career. Producing many treasured memories, the band’s teamwork remains his favorite activity.

Attending Stephen F. Austin University and earning a bachelor’s degree in music, Mr. Wimberly participated in the Lumberjack Marching Band. Finishing college at the University of Texas, graduating in 2000, his favorite college activity included the golden opportunity to study music theory, unlike high school where music education remains limited.

Mr. Wimberly feels content with his career thus far and cannot think of another job he would pursue. His advice for upcoming graduates include learning to act financially responsible, as this can take a while and can cause a tremendous amount of stress.

Helpful in character, yet intellectually brilliant, Mr. Wimberly mentors New Caney music students into the twenty-first century.

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