Demetrius Robinson, President and Editor
Demetrius Robinson, a native of Mobile, Alabama, received a bachelor's degree in vocal and instrumental music education and a master’s degree in choral conducting from the University of Southern Mississippi, respectively. He also completed an Educational Specialist Degree in Educational Leadership at William Carey University. Demetrius is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in choral music education with a cognate in leadership at The University of Memphis. Demetrius is in demand as a choral clinician, consultant, and Hammond B-3 organist throughout the Southeast region. He has presented workshops at major conferences on various topics including music literacy, student leadership in the music classroom, equity in the music classroom, motivating music learners, and performances practices for vocal music in the black church.
Additionally, Demetrius founded Robinson Music Enterprise LLC, a versatile music company, to provide music consultations, instruction (private and group lessons), and publishing services (Canorous Music Publishing). Highly regarded as a versatile music educator, conductor, composer, tubist and lyric baritone, Demetrius has performed with the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Orchestra, the Meridian Symphony, and the Transylvania State Philharmonic Orchestra. His professional memberships include the National Association for Music Education, the American Eurhythmics Society, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers, Music Publishers Association of the United States, the Association of Independent Music Publishers, the Society of Composers Inc., Phi Mu Alpha Music Sinfonia, and the American Choral Directors Association.