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Beth Fabrizio
Beth Fabrizio




Beth A. Fabrizio recently retired after 36 years as a public school educator. She most recently taught in The Hilton Central School District in New York as a director of bands at Village Elementary School. Fabrizio maintains a private clarinet studio with numerous students pursuing careers in music education, music business, therapy, recording, and performance. She performed as the principal clarinetist and personnel manager with The Greater Rochester Music Educators Wind Ensemble and former Eb clarinetist with The Perinton Concert Band. Fabrizio is a freelance performer and an active artist/clinician. She also presents educational clinics and workshops through Fabrizio’s Musical Concepts.  

Fabrizio has conducted various honor bands and given master classes and clinics across the United States, Europe, Japan, and Malaysia. She has taught marching bands and drum and bugle corps for over 40 years. Fabrizio has been the brass caption head with The Carolina Crown Drum and Bugle Corps; brass coordinator with The Pride of Soka from Tokyo, Japan; and brass staff with the Boston Crusaders, The Glassmen, and Spirit of Atlanta. Fabrizio adjudicates for Bands of America, Drum Corps International, Winter Guard International, and numerous other state associations. She is honored to be the founder and charter member of the newly formed Chi chapter of Phi Beta Mu and was inducted in May of 2022. 

Fabrizio holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Clarinet Performance from the Eastman School of Music. She also holds a Master of Music degree in Conducting, Education, and Performance from Ithaca College. Fabrizio has studied conducting with Rodney Winther and Dr. Donald Hunsberger and clarinet with Michael Webster, Richard Waller, Stanley Hasty, William Osseck, and Carmine Campione. She has also performed in master classes with Richard Stoltzman.