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Rob Romeyn

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Rob Romeyn

Biography

Rob Romeyn (b. 1961) is an American composer and educator.

Mr. Romyeyn has been composing and arranging band music since his junior year of high school. His arrangements and compositions have been performed by middle school, high school, and university bands worldwide. He has been commissioned to write for marching band, concert band and jazz ensemble. His concert band music is on many state music lists. Many of his arrangements have been featured on national television, including portions of the Peach Bowl halftime shows for 2000-2001, and the 2008 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. His After the Battle was performed at the 2007 Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic. Mr. Romeyn is a member of the American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers.

Mr. Romeyn received a M.M. Ed. Degree from the University of Louisiana at Monroe. He served as staff arranger for the University of Louisiana at Monroe "Sound of Today" band from 1983-1986. His graduate assistant duties at ULM in addition to arranging included conducting the university concert band and the basketball pep band. Mr. Romeyn also served as staff arranger at James Madison University. As a school band director, he has directed bands at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. He has been the director of the St. Petersburg Community band in St. Petersburg, Florida since 1994.


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