Staci Rosbury was named as the Conductor for the Melbourne Municipal Band in June of 2010. Cleveland graduated from the University of Florida with her Bachelor in Music Education and with her Master of Music in Instrumental Conducting. She studied conducting with Dr. David A. Waybright while serving as a Graduate Assistant in the UF School of Music. After serving as the Director of Admissions and Undergraduate Advising for the School of Music at UF, she taught band and general music in the Florida Public Schools. She is currently the Administrator at the Indian River Symphonic Association, which hosts a concert series of national and international  orchestras each year in Vero Beach.


A performer, educator, adjudicator, and clinician, Art Martin taught in New Jersey public schools for over 40 years and spent six years as Adjunct Instructor of Music at Montclair State University. Art has been a member of the Melbourne Swingtime big band, Melbourne Municipal Band, The Oh Golly Dixieland Band, played in the Pit Orchestras for the Cocoa Village Playhouse and The Henegar Center, playing various woodwind instruments.  Art has also performed for Las Vegas Cruise Lines, with the Space Coast Pops and Central Florida Winds. Art has been a member of the Board of Trustees for the Melbourne Municipal Band from 2008 to 2010 serving as Treasurer and on the finance committee.  He currently is  Coordinator and Program Director of the MMB/4 the Kids of Brevard Summer Youth Band Program, Executive Administrator for the Melbourne Municipal Band and has been conductor of the Swingtime Jazz Band and an 8 piece ensemble call “Swingtime Lite”. since May, 2010.


Conductor of the New Horizons band and the Summer Youth Band. Kurt Schulenburg earned a degree in Music Education from Lawrence University and has performed professionally on saxophone, trumpet and piano since the early 70's. He was the associate conductor, trumpet player and saxophone soloist with the Crystal Lake Community Band for 20 years, which included several European Music Festivals tours. He was the featured multi-instrumentalist with the Sinful Saints Dixieland Band for more than a decade where he played soprano sax, trumpet, piano - and a whole lot of other instruments!


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