Dr. Brandon E. Robinson
Dr. Brandon Robinson joined the faculty at Wake Forest University in July 2014. As Associate Director of Bands, Dr. Robinson’s duties include marching band (SOTOGAB), wind ensemble, symphonic band, jazz combo (OGJC), basketball and volleyball pep band, jazz saxophone studio, and Arranging for the Athletic Bands. Dr. Robinson is also the faculty advisor to the Kappa Zeta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi and was recently awarded “Outstanding Sponsor” at their 2017 national convention. During his time at the University of Mississippi, Dr. Robinson’s graduate teaching assistant duties included supervising student teachers, teaching MUS 103: Introduction to Music for non-music majors, and assisting the jazz ensembles. Prior to Dr. Robinson’s graduate work at Ole Miss, he served on the music faculty at Alcorn State University and taught in the public schools in Arkansas for twelve years. In addition to Dr. Robinson's teaching duties, he is a clinician, music arranger, marching band drill designer, and student leadership clinician throughout the United States (BERmusic.net). Dr. Robinson earned a BME (1995) and a MM in instrumental conducting (2007) from Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, AR and a Ph.D. in music education (2014) from the University of Mississippi.