Edward S. Lisk
Edward S. Lisk is an internationally recognized clinician, conductor, and author who has traveled extensively and presented sessions at more than 500 state and national conventions and universities throughout the United States, Canada, and Australia.
Mr. Lisk is an inducted member of the prestigious American Bandmasters Association and in the year 2000, served as the 63rd President of this distinguished organization founded by Edwin Franko Goldman. He was recently (Dec. 2006) elected to the National Band Association Hall of Fame of Distinguished Band Conductors. He has an active guest-conducting schedule that includes all-state bands, honor bands, university, and professional bands.
Mr. Lisk is an appointed member of the Midwest Clinic Board of Directors and serves the John Philip Sousa Foundation as Vice-president for Administration. He is a past-president of the National Band Association ('90-'92) and served NBA as Executive Secretary Treasurer ('97-'02). In 1978 he was one of the original founders of the New York State Band Directors Association. He holds membership in several professional associations and is an International Honorary Member of Phi Beta Mu. He is the recipient of many distinguished awards, titles, and citations.