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Scott Cressley, M.M.

Assistant Teaching Professor of Music

Professor Scott Cressley has been a part of the William Penn family for almost a decade, specializing in instrumental music education, the saxophone, conducting, and music theory. Specifically, he uses a very hands on teaching approach when it comes to music, encouraging students to play, sing, and conduct in all of the William Penn University performing organizations. Professor Cressley believes in the importance of great detail when it comes to private study and individual musical development.

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  • B.S., Music Education, Clarion University of Pennsylvania
  • M.M., Music Education, Eastern New Mexico University
  • Additional graduate study in Music Theory, Youngstown State University
  • Has served as guest conductor for numerous honor bands and frequently serves as a clinician for high school concert bands and jazz bands.
  • Music Theory I
  • Music Theory II
  • Fundamentals of Music
  • Arts & Society I
  • Arts & Society II
  • Music In The Electronic Medium
  • Conducting I
  • Conducting II
  • Jazz Ensemble
  • Concert Band
  • Woodwind Methods
  • Private Woodwinds
  • Communications Seminar
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