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Scott Brown
Scott Brown




Scott Brown is currently the Assistant Band Director at Dickerson M.S. and Percussion Director at Walton H.S. Scott is Co-Director of the North Georgia Percussion Camp and Atlanta Percussion Symposium and Percussion Coordinator for the Music for All Summer Symposium Concert Band Division. Scott is a member of the Percussive Arts Society (PAS) Education Committee having previously served on the Percussion Ensemble Committee. He has been fortunate to work with many fine ensembles including the Lassiter and Kennesaw Mountain H.S. bands, and Beatrix, Spirit of Atlanta, and Atlanta CV Drum & Bugle Corps. Between fourteen years with Lassiter and eleven with Walton, Scott has been a part of two Bands of America National Championships, 11 BOA Regional Championships, two Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parades, two Tournament of Roses Parades, the Waikiki Holiday Parade, and The National Cherry Blossom Parade as well as performances for the Georgia Music Educators Association Conference (5x), The Midwest Clinic (3x), and the Percussive Arts Society International Convention. While serving as Percussion Arranger and Consultant for Beatrix, the ensemble won the “High Percussåçion” awards for Drum Corps Netherlands and Drum Corps Europe. The Dickerson M.S. percussion ensemble has performed and presented clinic/performances for the GMEA Conference (3x), The Midwest Clinic (3x), PASIC (3x), the Music for All National Percussion Festival (3x) and was named a National Winner in the 2023 Mark of Excellence/National Percussion Ensemble Honors Project. Mr. Brown is co-author of “Field Level” and composer of “Kumi-daiko,” both published by Row-Loff Productions. Scott has served as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the United States and in The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Thailand, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, and Malaysia. Mr. Brown is a graduate of Western Carolina University and alumnus of Carolina Crown Drum & Bugle Corps.