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Milton Allen is the Associate Director of Bands and Visiting Associate Professor of Music at The Ohio State University where his duties include conducting the OSU Symphonic Band and teaching courses in undergraduate instrumental conducting. He was previously Director of Bands and Instrumental Division Director at Eastern Illinois University. A seventeen-year veteran of the public school rehearsal room, his refreshing and practical approach to both music education and conducting has taken him throughout the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom as a clinician and guest conductor. Active in the commissioning and recording of new wind works for both developing and experienced bands, he has collaborated with many composers, and ensembles under his direction have received numerous awards at local, state and national levels including recognition by the United States Congress for Musical Excellence.

Role: Conductor 
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