IMG 0210Scott Litzenberg
Director, The Cadets

This is his 34th year of teaching and his 20th at Unionville HS. He conducts the UHS Concert Band, Marching Band, Jazz Band & Musical pit orchestra. His bands have been selected as a finalist in the Essentially Ellington Jazz Festival in New York City, Won the overall band award at the Kentucky Derby Festival and the twice have been named as the Grand Champion at the Gator Bowl Festival in Jacksonville FL. The bands have received numerous superior ratings at concert, jazz and marching festivals in his 34 years of teaching.

Scott is currently the Music Director at Unionville and directed the last four productions of West Side Story, Shrek, Mary Poppins and the King and I.

Currently the Cavalcade of Band President, DCI Event Manager and head tabulator, and a WGI Contest Administrator.

Scott works part-time as an Event Manager at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square PA and works with the visiting artists as they perform at the gardens. He is also the Principal Timpanist with the Chester County Pops Orchestra and a charter member of that ensemble.

A 1984 Graduate of West Chester University with a B.S. in Music Education, he is a past member of the Garfield Cadets, past director of the Crossmen Drum & Bugle Corps and is a past member of the Drum Corps International Board of Directors.

Scott is a member of Phi Beta Mu and is an alumnus of Kappa Kappa Psi and Phi Mu Alpha Music Fraternities.

Resides in Kennett Square PA with his wife Mary, cat Ritzy and dog Beau. Hobbies include extensive gardening, woodworking and cycling. Is a proud parent of Kristin Litzenberg, an actor in New York City who has performed in two Broadway tours of Sister Act in the US and Asia and is a graduate of AMDA, the America Musical and Dramatic Academy.

 

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