Dennis Fisher is Conductor of the Symphonic Band, Associate Director of Wind Studies at the
University of North Texas, and Professor of Music in Conducting and Ensembles. He has a wide variety of experience and expertise as a conductor, arranger, clinician, educator, and consultant. He is very active as an arranger for all wind mediums, including symphonic band, marching band, and chamber music. His arrangements and transcriptions have been performed by major wind groups and military bands around the world, and are published by C Alan Publications.
Mr. Fisher frequently serves as a clinician, conductor, and adjudicator throughout the country as well as international appearances in Thailand, Japan, Great Britain, Europe, Scandinavia, Canada, Greece, and Russia. He currently serves as principle guest conductor of the Volga Band, Professional Wind Orchestra in Saratov, Russia.
Mr. Fisher has recorded extensively on the Mark and Klavier labels with the University of North Texas Symphonic Band and Wind Symphony. He also serves as recording and editing producer of the Teaching Music through Performance in Band
series of compact disc recordings; editor of the Master Conductors
DVD series, published and distributed by GIA Publications; and is co-author of Teaching Music through Performance in Beginning Band, Volume 2.
Mr. Fisher holds professional memberships in Texas Music Educators Association, Texas Bandmasters Association, National Band Association, College Band Directors National Association, and Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. He currently serves as President-Elect of the Southwest Division of College Band Directors