Teddy Hall Jr.
Teddy Hall, Jr is an active performer, educator, clinician, and writer. He received a Master of Music in Music Education from the University of Mississippi and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from the University of Alabama- Birmingham. His teaching experiences include serving as Instructor of Music (percussion) at Alabama State University, Hampton University, Tennessee State University, Alabama A&M University, and Stillman College. He has also taught general music and band at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. He has presented percussion clinics at the AL PAS Day of Percussion, Virginia/DC PAS Day of Percussion, University of Mississippi, Mississippi State University, Amro Music, Memphis Drum Shop and Florida A&M University. He has served as a percussion adjudicator at various marching band festivals, honor band festivals, and all-state festivals in Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee. Aside from his teaching experience, Mr. Hall has vast and diverse playing experience serving as a freelance musician with such groups as the Cobb Wind Symphony, Montgomery Symphony Orchestra, the Joe Hill Experience, UAB Community Winds, West Side Winds, Atlanta Music Project, and the Tuscaloosa Big Band. As a member of the Percussive Arts Society, Mr. Hall has served as the Treasurer for the Alabama Chapter of the Percussive Arts Society, member of the University Pedagogy Committee and Diversity Alliance, serving as point person for African American Diversity. Mr. Hall is a contributing writer for the Percussive Notes journal and Rhythm Scene. He is proud to be an educational artist for Vic Firth, Pearl, Sabian, Mike Balter, and REMO.