Professor, Director of Bands, Director of the Center for Music Education
Matthew Mcinturf is Professor of Music, Director of Bands and Director of the Center for Music Education at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. He previously taught at Florida International University and in the public schools of Richardson, Texas.
Mr. McInturf is a doctoral candidate in conducting at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Eugene Corporon. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Theory from the University of North Texas and a Master of Music in Composition from the University of Houston.
Throughout his career, Mr. McInturf's ensembles have been recognized for their musical accomplishment. He has performed throughout the United States and recordings of his performances have been broadcast on National Public Radio. In 1991, conducting the J. J. Pearce High School Band, he performed an acclaimed concert at the Mid-West clinic, with trombone soloist Christian Lindberg. He has performed at the Texas Music Educators Association Convention in San Antonio, TX and at the Southwest Regional Convention of the College Band Directors National Association with the SHSU Wind Ensemble.
An advocate of new music, Mr. McInturf has continued to commission new works for wind ensemble. In addition, he is a member of the Board of Directors of the World-Wide Concurrent Premiers and Commissioning Fund, Inc., a non-profit corporation that works internationally to form consortiums to commission significant new works from contemporary composers. Mr. McInturf has served on the National Commissioning Committee of the College Band Directors National Association.
Mr. McInturf is a Past President of the Texas Bandmasters Association and serves as Region Officer in the Texas Music Educators Association. He is active in the College Band Directors National Association, the World Association for Symphonic Bands and Ensembles and is a member of the College Music Society. Mr. McInturf enjoys guest conducting and frequently serves as a clinician, consultant and adjudicator.