Amanda Dumm is completing her BS in Music Education and minor in Psychology at Towson University and intends to graduate in May, 2019. She has been a lover of music her entire life, and has played in countless bands and orchestras since she was in the 4th grade. Currently she is concertmaster of TU’s Symphonic Band, and has previously served as a section leader for the Towson University Marching Band for several years. She was the recipient of the Talent Award for her clarinet performance in 2016, won a Music Theory scholarship in 2017, as well as both the Howard J. Kaplan Scholarship and the Ben O’Brien/Music and Arts Scholarship in 2018. Amanda has spent her summers in high school/early college years as a head counselor for Encore Summer Music Camps in Carroll and Howard County, Maryland. In addition to being a full-time student, she teaches private music lessons to families in the Baltimore area. She is a member of Towson’s chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi, a national honorary fraternity for college band members, and has served as Vice President of Service during the 2016-2017 school year. With this position she led and organized service events on campus and within the Towson community. In her free time, Amanda enjoys exercising, rock climbing, and playing video games.