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Dr. Domenic Pisano
Dr. Domenic Pisano

Director; Pep Band



MacAlister Hall 2018
Dr. Pisano has been a music educator for over 25 years, starting his career right here in Philadelphia as an orchestral teacher at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. He spent five years as a 4-12 instrumental teacher at the Upper Perkiomen School District, before becoming the Music Department Chair and instrumental music teacher at Concord High School in Wilmington, Delaware, where he taught Wind Ensemble, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Music Theory, Jazz, and Music & Film Production. He has also Directed ten honor bands through Europe with American Music Abroad.

Dr. Pisano is currently the Coordinator of Visual and Performing Arts for the Brandywine School District, serving over 60 teachers in 16 schools with over 8,000 Visual and Performing Arts students.

Dr. Pisano has written extensively about music education including, “Music Educators: Investigating the Relationship Between Undergraduate Music Education, State Certification, and Professional Responsibilities”, and he was a contributing author for a chapter in the book “Creative Music Making at Your Fingertips: A Mobile Technology Guide for Music Educators”. He has also edited several pieces of band literature with his mentor, Dr. Jack Stamp. Dr. Pisano has also served as a clinician, guest speaker, adjudicator, guest conductor, and lecturer for Universities, DMEA & PMEA and worked on educational policy with various state agencies.
A longtime member and teacher of Bands,

Dr. Pisano is excited for this opportunity to create music with the talented students of Drexel University. Go Dragons!