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Conductor.

Coach.

Clinician.

Nashville Youth Wind Ensemble

Gregory Snyder is Conductor of The Nashville Youth Wind Ensemble (NYWE), part of the Belmont Academy. It provides an ongoing intensive musical opportunity for high school musicians throughout middle… READ MORE --->

Gregory Snyder Coda Scholarship

The Gregory Snyder Coda Scholarship is awarded to a Lakota West senior who is a Symphonic Winds and Marching Firebirds member. This person is committed to playing his/her instrument in a college-sanctioned ensemble ...READ MORE --->

Performance Archives

Greg Snyder has performed all over the US and abroad At Lakota West, Mr. Snyder directed Symphonic Winds; Symphonic Red Band; Symphonic White Band and the Marching Firebirds. He assisted with concert band and three Lakota West Freshman bands... READ MORE --->

A Visionary

Gregory Snyder directs the Nashville Youth Wind Ensemble and is Director of Bands Emeritus for Lakota West High School, West Chester, Ohio. He is an adjunct professor for Belmont University and Bowling Green State University... READ MORE --->

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Gregory Snyder is conductor of the newly-formed Nashville Youth Wind Ensemble (NYWE), providing an intensive musical opportunity, and a deep study of iconic wind band literature for some of Middle Tennessee’s finest high school musicians.

A visionary in his field, Mr. Snyder mentors band directors, coaching them in conducting and rehearsal techniques. He holds clinics for band programs in Nashville, and across the U.S., and  is on staff at Antioch High School, Antioch, Tenn. An adjunct professor for Bowling Green State University (BGSU), Bowling Green, Ohio, Mr. Snyder coaches and advises BGSU masters candidates as part of the Master of Music Education—Teaching Artistry Specialization. At Belmont University, Nashville, Tenn., he is also an adjunct professor, teaching Brass Methods and supervising student teachers.

Gregory Snyder CODA Scholarship

Lakota West Dir. of Bands Emeritus

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