Doctor of Musical Arts, Arizona State University (2011)
Masters of Music, Arizona State University (2003)
Bachelor's of Music, Capital University (1996)
Conducting And Orchestration
Foundations Of Music Education
Music Education Methods I I I Secondary
Solo and ensemble activities, sociology in music education, the utilization of the Kodaly philosophy in instrumental classrooms, and critical theory.
Meyers, B.D. (2012, Fall), Attitudes of Arizona High School Band Students toward Solo and Ensemble Activities. Journal of Band Research.
Meyers, B.D. (2012), The National Solo and Ensemble Contests 1929-1937. Journal of Research in Music Education, 60(1).
Meyers, B.D (2012, August). What do they see?: Parallel observations of a marching band performance. 4th Narrative Inquiry in Music Education (NIME4), Helsinki, Finland.
Meyers, B.D. (2010, February). What do they see?: Parallel observations of a marching band performance. Narrative, Arts-Based, and "Post" Approaches to Social Research Conference, Tempe, AZ.
Meyers, B.D. (2012). Kodály for the masses: band and chorus, oh my! Who said you couldn’t use Kodály? In Kodaly Organization of New York Fall Clinic. New York, NY.
Meyers, B.D. (2012). A grand band vision: Singing in the instrumental classroom. In Organization of American Kodaly Educators (OAKE) National Conference. Phoenix, AZ.
Meyers, B.D. (2011). You want my band to do what!?: Using singing to improve your band's performance. In Arizona Music Educators Association In-Service Conference. Mesa, AZ.
Meyers, B.D. (2008). Improving rhythmic performace. In Arizona Music Educators Association In-Service Conference. Mesa, AZ.
Licenses & Certifications
Level I and II Kodaly certification