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The Marching Roundtable Judges Academy is an innovative new series of online courses offering judges training and assessment education for everyone interested in the marching arts. Level One, for aspiring and experienced judges, is "The Foundation of Pageantry Arts Assessment." Each student will interact with a mentor judge, and study such basic topics as understanding achievement, assigning scores, historical background, and recording commentary. Level Two, "Advanced Techniques of Adjudication for Pageantry Arts," is an in-depth study of the judging sheets and terminology used by adjudicators. 

For further information contact Judges Academy at 407.927.7765 or by email at info@JudgesAcademy.com

 

Instructor: Ken Snoeck

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Ken Snoeck recently retired after a 35-year teaching career, the last 23 of which were at Lake Park High School in Roselle, IL. While at Lake Park, Snoeck’s concert bands toured Moscow in 1997, performing concerts with the band of the Russian Defense Ministry. In 2000, his concert bands toured France, performing a joint concert with the French Navy Band in Toulon. The Lake Park Wind Ensemble was also an Illinois SuperState Concert Band Festival contest participant on multiple occasions.
 
Snoeck received a Bachelor of Science degree in education and Master of Music degrees from Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, MI. In 1973, Snoeck was awarded the College Band Directors National Association’s Best Original Manuscript for the Biennium 1971-1973 composition prize for “Scaramouch”, Symphony No. 3 for Winds and Percussion. He was inducted into the Bands of America Hall of Fame in 2004 and awarded an honorary doctorate from VanderCook in 2008. Since retiring from full time teaching, Snoeck has devoted his time to music composition, arranging and adjudication, traveling to Canada and across the U.S. as a judge for numerous band events.
 

VanderCook College of Music - (312) 225-6288