Evan Rogovin (West Palm Beach, Florida) is in his 14th year as Director of Bands at the Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts (DSOA). DSOA bands and ensembles have garnered numerous accolades under his direction. This past school year, the Dreyfoos Wind Ensemble performed at The 76th Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois. In 2015, the Wind Ensemble was invited to perform at the President’s Concert at the Florida Music Education Association All-State Clinic and Conference. In the spring of 2016, the Symphonic Band and Wind Ensemble performed at the Music for All National Concert Band Festival. In February of 2018, the DSOA Wind Ensemble, after a blind audition, was a featured ensemble at the College Band Directors National Association Southern Division Conference in Tampa, Florida. Prior to taking the helm at Dreyfoos, Rogovin was Director of Bands at Santaluces Community High School for 16 years. During his tenure, the Santaluces Marching Chiefs were FMBC Class 4A State Champions three times and State Runners-up three times. In addition, the Santaluces Winter Color Guard was the 2003 Winter Guard International (WGI) Scholastic A World Champions and claimed numerous South Florida Winter Guard Association (SFWGA) Circuit Championships and WGI Finalists berths. In 2003, Rogovin was awarded the William T. Dwyer Award for Excellence in Senior High Education presented by the Economic Council of Palm Beach County and the Education Foundation of Palm Beach County. In 2019, he was awarded the Randolph A. Frank Prize for the Performing Arts by the Palm Beach Symphony. Rogovin, a graduate of the University of Florida, is actively sought after as an adjudicator and clinician around the state of Florida and beyond. He is most active as a judge for the Indiana State School Music Association, Florida Marching Band Championships, and Florida Federation of Colorguards Circuit. Rogovin has conducted Honor Bands in Jacksonville, Ocala, Broward County, Sarasota, Lee County, and Hillsborough County.