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Sheldon Frazier
Sheldon Frazier




Sheldon Frazier currently serves as a Doctoral Graduate Conducting Assistant in wind conducting at Northwestern University. In this role, he assists with conducting and administering the university’s concert and athletic bands.

Mr. Frazier previously served as the Director of Bands at North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia, where he led a program of over 300 students in four concert bands, jazz band, chamber ensembles, three winter guards, and competitive marching band.

During his tenure, the North Cobb Wind Symphony was a featured performing group at the University of Georgia’s January Music Festival, the Georgia Music Educator’s Association State Conference, and the Music For All Southeastern Regional Concert Band Festival. Prior to North Cobb, Mr. Frazier taught at McEachern High School in Powder Springs, GA, and Plymouth-Canton Educational Park in Canton, MI.

Mr. Frazier earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education from Western Carolina University and a Master of Music degree in Music Education from The University of Florida.

Mr. Frazier is active as an adjudicator, clinician, and student leadership consultant. In 2019, Mr. Frazier was one of 10 national educators awarded the Country Music Association Foundation’s “Music Teachers of Excellence” Award. He was also selected as one of 12 conducting fellows for the Reynolds Conducting Institute in Chicago, Illinois and was a conducting fellow for the United States Air Force Band in 2023. He has been selected as a STAR teacher and has received the National Band Association Citation of Excellence award twice. He holds memberships in the National Association for Music Education and Minority Band Directors Association.