Degrees and Certifications:
Mr. Jason N. Thibodeaux
June 7th at 7:00 PM
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Jason Thibodeaux is the Winston Churchill High School Director of Orchestras. While under the direction of Mr. Thibodeaux, the Churchill Orchestras have won numerous UIL Concert and Sightreading Sweepstakes. Currently the Churchill Orchestra brings 6 orchestras to the UIL Contest. Mr. Thibodeaux has conducted the Churchill Orchestra at the Pearl Harbor Memorial in Hawaii, Carnegie Hall in New York City (2008 and 2020), the Austria Tour of 2010 and 2018 and Italy Tour 2014. In January of 2011 the Churchill Symphony performed for the Lila Cockrell Theatre Rededication Ceremony. The Honors Orchestra Performed for the Y.O.S.A. Invitational at the Tobin Center in 2019.
Mr. Thibodeaux graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 2002 with a bachelor’s degree in music education. While in college, he toured Switzerland and Scotland with the University’s Symphony and String Quartet.
His professional affiliations include memberships in the Texas Music Educator’s Association, Texas Music Adjudicator’s Association, Mu Omicron and Texas Orchestra Director’s Association. He is a Past President of the T.O.D.A. Executive Committee. Mr. Thibodeaux has had the privilege of adjudicating many fine orchestras in Texas. He was an officer in the T.M.E.A. Region XII Orchestra Division for 17 years and is the current Orchestra Division Region 12 Chairman and Region 12 VicePresident.
He has taught summer camp at Texas State University and Clinician for the North East I.S.D. Orchestra Workshop. He has been the guest conductor for San Antonio I.S.D. Middle and High School Honor Orchestras and a Region Clinician/Conductor around the state.
Period 1: Freshman I
Period 2: Freshman II
Period 3: Orchestra II
Period 4: Orchestra IV
Period 5: Conference / 5th Grade Strings
Period 6: Orchestra III
Period 7: Instrumental Ensemble