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Dunwoody Mirvil

A dedicated and inspiring music educator, Dr. Dunwoody Mirvil is currently the Director of Trombone at Florida Memorial University in Miami, Fla., where he enjoys sharing his knowledge as an instrumentalist with young aspiring musicians. His teaching experience includes a term as an Assistant Professor of Low Brass at Southeastern University in Lakeland, and Director of Bands at Amos P. Godby High School in Tallahassee.
Dr. Mirvil is also an active performer and currently is the acting principal trombonist of the Tallahassee Symphony Orchestra. His performance resume includes tenures with several other ensembles throughout North Florida and South Georgia, including the Sinfonia Gulf Coast Orchestra and Tallahassee Winds, in which he was a guest soloist several times. His work as an accomplished soloist also includes a performance with the Maneuver Center of Excellence (MCoE) Army Brass Band of Ft. Benning, Ga.
Dr. Mirvil enjoys consistent work as a resident clinician, presenting previously at the Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic as a member of the Seminole Trombone Quartet and performed with the group at Carnegie Hall as winners of the 2016 “Noles in NYC” competition. Dunwoody has also presented several times at the Florida Music Educators Conference since 2016.
Dr. Mirvil is an adjudicator for the Florida Bandmasters Association, a member of the International Trombone Association, Florida Music Educators Association, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Music Fraternity of America, Inc., Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society for Education, and a McKnight Fellowship recipient. Dr. Mirvil is also an endorsed Performing Artist for Conn-Selmer, Inc., and has two signature mouthpieces with Giddings Mouthpieces.

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