Lansing Dimon

Setnor School of Music

Instructor

Lansing Dimon

208 Crouse College
Syracuse, NY 13244-1010



Lansing is an elementary music teacher in the Syracuse City School District where he is a part of their first arts-integrated STEM school (STEAM), teaching general music and music technology.

Previously, he was the Director of Athletic Bands at Carroll University where he helped form the new “Pride of the Pioneers” Marching Band and the University Pep Band in its inaugural year. He is a former Band and Orchestra teacher at Waukesha North High School in Waukesha, WI where he taught the 14 time State Champion “Northstar” Marching Band and all ensembles and classes.. He is also the past director of the New Berlin (WI) Community Band.

Lansing has over 25 years in the marching arts activity, including marching, teaching, and administration with the Brigadiers (DCA), River City Rhythm Drum And Bugle Corps, and Pioneer Drum and Bugle Corps and leading, designing and consulting for bands, drum corps and winterguards throughout his career.  He is active as an adjudicator for solo and ensemble festivals, concert festivals and marching arts competitions, as well as clinics and workshops on integrating technology in music education.

A native of central New York, Lansing holds Bachelors and Masters degrees in Music Education and a Masters in instructional design, development and evaluation from Syracuse University. He is currently pursuing training in audio engineering and production with the goal of combining his knowledge and skills in the band, orchestra and marching arts with sound recording, engineering, and design

 Education

  • M.S., Instructional Design, Development and Evaluation, Syracuse University
  • M.S., Music Education, Syracuse University
  • B.M., Music Education, Syracuse University

Expertise

Marching band, marching arts, adjudication, instructional design, sound design