From Bennett Lentczner's years as a trumpet player, conductor, band director and university dean, he has learned that every step counts and every word matters. This book, a collection of his stories and writings, spans his career and includes humorous tales from his student days, his adventures as a musician in the Catskill mountains in New York, his years conducting bands at North Shore schools and Radford University, and his move to higher education administration. Included in this collection are Bennett's speeches and editorials addressing critical issues in arts education as well as personal reflections on people he has loved.
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About the Author
Today Bennett lives in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia with his wife, musician and writer Linda Whitesitt, and two adoring cats, Omar and Heshie. He remains active as a trumpet player and, when given the opportunity, raises his baton to the delight of players and audiences alike. He and his wife have recently published a book "Were Surviving Cancer . . . Today" about their journey with Bennett's lung cancer.