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Dr. Philip Klickman

Name Mr.  Philip Klickman
Rank Lecturer
Degrees B.S. in Mus.Ed, University of Illinois
M.S. in Mus.Ed., and M.M. in Horn Performance, University of Illinois
Ed. D (in progress), University of Illinois
Teaching Interests Band, Music Ed, Applied Horn
Office Location 205 Performing Arts Center
Office Phone 301/687-7452
Fax 301/687-4784
E-mail pwklickman@frostburg.edu

Philip W. Klickman is the Director of Bands at Frostburg State University, where he conducts the Wind Ensemble and the Marching Bobcats.  He also teaches horn, conducting, instrumental music methods, and marching band techniques.  He has earned degrees in Music Education and Horn Performance at the University of Illinois and is currently finishing his doctorate in Music Education there.  He has studied conducting with James Keene, Paul Vermel, and Thomas Wisniewski and has studied horn with Kazmierz Machala, Kent Larmee, and Thomas Holden.  Prior to his appointment to the Music Department at Frostburg State University in 2007, Philip taught in the public schools of suburban Chicago for 15 years.  Since moving to Maryland, he has been active as a clinician and adjudicator throughout the region. He is also an active performer, having played horn with the Altoona Symphony, the Johnstown Symphony, the Illinois Brass Band, the Polish American Symphony of Chicago, Sinfonia da Camera, the Champaign-Urbana Symphony, the West Suburban Symphony (Hinsdale, Illinois), the Salt Creek Sinfonietta, and Wind Harmonies (wind octet).  He appears on recordings by the Illinois Brass Band and the Chicago Jazz Mass Ensemble.  His professional affiliations include the Maryland Music Educators Association, National Association for Music Education, Society for Music Teacher Education, College Music Society, International Horn Society, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia.