Dr. Brandon E. Robinson is a devoted music educator, clinician, drill designer, music arranger, and composer with more than twenty years of service. A native of Blytheville, Arkansas, Robinson has traveled the southern United States working with groups of all sizes. He is passionate about instilling a love and appreciation for music in all students he works with- from D1 university wind ensembles to rural beginning band students.
Robinson is currently the Director of Bands and Assistant Professor of Music Education at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus, MS. He has presented workshops across the United States including The Midwest Clinic, the Music For All Summer Symposium, and the Texas Music Educators Association Annual Conference. Kappa Kappa Psi presented Dr. Robinson with the “Outstanding Sponsor” award for his service as a sponsor of the Kappa Zeta chapter at Wake Forest University during the 2017 biannual national convention.
Robinson received his Bachelor of Music Education and Masters of Music in Instrumental conducting from Arkansas State University and completed his graduate studies from his Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education from the University of Mississippi.
When not in the classroom, Robinson can be found playing gigs with local jazz combos, watching any and all college sports, or catching the latest game by his beloved St. Louis Cardinals with his family.
Ph.D., University of Mississippi; M.M., Arkansas State University; BME, Arkansas State University