Christina Huss

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Christina Huss

Biography

Christina M. Huss (b. 28 April 1962, Georgia) is an American music educator and composer.

She received her Bachelor of Music in Education degree from the Valdosta State College in 1984, and graduated with her master's degree in music education from Valdosta State University in 1991.

With a career spanning 35+ years in American music education, Ms. Huss has taught and conducted bands at both the middle school and high school level, most recently as director of bands at Valdosta Middle School, where she retired in 2016.

Ms. Huss has served in a variety of roles in state music affiliations, and has enjoyed several honors and awards, including Teacher of the Year and STAR Teacher, during her 28-year tenure at Brooks County High School in Quitman, Ga.

Since retiring, Huss enjoys composing music for band, and continues to teach band part-time at Berrien Middle School in Nashville, Ga. Ms. Huss is a founding co-director and conductor of the Azalea Winds Community Band based in Valdosta, Ga., where she continues to perform and serve as an adjudicator, guest conductor, and clinician.


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