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Drew Carter is in his fifth year as band director at Jay M. Robinson High School in Concord, NC, where he directs the Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Jazz Band, and Percussion Ensemble. Mr. Carter has taught in public middle and high schools in the South Central, Central, and Northwest Districts for eighteen years, earning many accolades, including consistent Concert Band MPA Superior Ratings in Grades II-VI. His Jay M. Robinson Symphonic Band was selected to play as a clinic band for Prof. Dennis Fisher at the 2019 NCMEA Professional Development Convention and as part of 2019 President’s Cup through the U.S. Army Band, “The Pershing’s Own.”

Mr. Carter also conducts the Charlotte Concert Band, a band of professional and dedicated amateur musicians which performs regularly throughout the year at various locations in and around Charlotte ( The band performed at the NCMEA Professional Development Convention in 2008 and for its 50th Anniversary in 2015.

Mr. Carter earned his National Board Certification in Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood in November of 2010, and admittance into the American School Band Directors Association in 2016. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Music (horn performance) from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2000 and his Master of Arts in Teaching from UNC-CH in 2001. He has received further instruction in conducting from Prof. Daniel Cook, Prof. Eugene Corporon, Dr. Donald Hunsberger, Dr. Mark Scatterday, Dr. Mallory Thompson, Dr. Andrew Trachsel, and Dr. Eric Wilson. He is married to his wonderful and supportive wife of fourteen years, Mandy. They live in Cabarrus County with their two sons, Van and Levi.

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