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Nikk Pilato

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Biography

Nikk Pilato (born 3 October 1972) is an American conductor and educator. He serves as Associate Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music at Indiana State University. Nikk earned the Bachelor of Music Education, a Master of Music Education, and a Ph.D. in Conducting and Music Education from the Florida State University College of Music in Tallahassee, Florida, where his primary conducting teachers were Richard Clary, Patrick Dunnigan, and Jim Croft.

In 2008 he created the Wind Repertory Project, a comprehensive online database of wind literature expanded by user contributions, much like Wikipedia. The database includes detailed information such as instrumentation, program notes, errata, study resources, articles, commercially available recordings, and more. In the ten years since its inception, the WRP has amassed over 14,000 user-submitted entries, and has been visited twenty-five million times.


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