David P. Roth, assistant conductor – received a bachelor of music education from Kent State University and a master of music education from The University of Akron. He is a band director of 20 years and has taught at area Northeast Ohio schools including Col. Crawford (North Robinson), Streetsboro, St. Ignatius, Marlington, and Notre Dame College, as well as Evanston, Wyoming, and St. Petersburg, Florida.
His high school ensembles have performed at Severance Music Hall for the Northeast Ohio Wind Band Invitational, in the Citrus Bowl (Orlando) for the Mazda Tangerine Bowl, Champs Sports Bowl, and Russell Athletics Bowl, at The Ohio State University Skull Session, in Disney World and Universal Studios, and in area parades including the Cleveland St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Kent State University Homecoming Parade, and Football Hall of Fame Parade. Concert Bands under his direction have received consistent superior ratings at OMEA Large Group Adjudicated events.
Within the Medina Community Band, David plays trombone, as well as serving as the Trombone Section Leader and Social Media Coordinator, working on the website, Facebook page, and Twitter account.
David is also a member of the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA), National Association for Music Education (NAfME), Technology In Music Education (TI:ME), and is a Life Member of Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Band Fraternity. He has served as a clinician throughout Ohio. He is also a member of the Freedom Brass Band and Recollections Big Band (New Philadelphia), where he plays bass trombone.