OHIO UNIVERSITY MARCHING BAND STAFF

Graduate associates

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JEREMY HARMON

Jeremy Harmon is a first-year Graduate Associate for University Bands at Ohio University, pursuing a Master’s of Music degree in Music Education.  His duties include assisting with the Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, University Concert Band, and the Marching 110.  Jeremy graduated cum laude from Ohio University in 2011 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Education.  While a student at Ohio University, Jeremy was a member of the Marching 110 Alto Saxophone section where he was a section leader for three years and recipient of the Kathy Stevens Memorial Most Outstanding Marching Band Member Award in 2010.  Before returning to Ohio University, Jeremy was the Director of Bands at Vinton County Local Schools in McArthur, Ohio for three years, where he taught History of Rock & Roll, Music Theory, and conducted the High School and Middle School Concert Bands, Jazz Band, and Marching Vikings.  He has also been a clinician for the Ohio Music Educators Association Professional Development Conference.

Jeremy is active with high schools and colleges as an arranger, woodwind specialist, and visual technician.  He holds memberships in the National Association for Music Education and College Band Directors National Association.

For more information, go to: jeremyharmon.com

MARCHING 110 MANAGERS

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(L to R):
Michael Scheidegger
Maggie Fields
Elizabeth Feeny
Meghan Dickerson
Alex Rice

OHIO UNIVERSITY SHAPe CLINIC

The Clinic for Science and Health in Artistic Performance (SHAPe Clinic) is a place where injured performing artists at Ohio University can be evaluated, treated and receive health and wellness advice from licensed athletic trainers who have the specialized equipment and knowledge to treat their injuries. The care is provided with no out-of-pocket costs to the patients, who include dancers, musicians, actors, and members of OHIO’s Marching 110. In addition to the clinic, SHAPe provides on-site healthcare coverage for dance concerts, physical theater performances, and Marching 110 football game performances, along with a variety of research and educational activities.

The facility is a unique collaboration between the College of Health Sciences and Professions and the College of Fine Arts. It was launched in August 2013 with the help of faculty and administrators in both colleges, along with a grant from Ohio University’s 1804 Fund.

Visit the SHAPe website for more information!

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(L to R)
Megan Bane, AT
Taylor Gray, AT
Moegi Yamaguchi, AT
Dr. Jeffrey Russell, Dir.