Michael Genslinger is an instructor of music at Wayne State College. In addition to serving as the Assistant Director of Bands, he teaches Music Education courses and applied trumpet. As a performer, Genslinger serves as principal cornet in the Nebraska Brass Band and has performed with the Sioux City Symphony, Ocala Symphony, Sioux City Municipal Band, A Touch of Brass, the Northeast Area Jazz Ensemble, and Carnival Cruise Lines, and performs solo recitals at Wayne State College. As a music educator, he is in demand as a guest clinician and adjudicator. Prior to his appointment to Wayne State College, Genslinger taught in Florida public schools for 11 years, most recently at Umatilla High School. He holds a bachelor's in Music Performance from Stetson University, a master's in Music Performance from the University of North Florida, and a master's in music Education from the University of North Florida. Genslinger is an artist for Adams, an international brass and percussion instrument manufacturer headquartered in the Netherlands.
Master's in Music Education, University of North Florida
Master's in Music Performance, University of North Florida
Bachelor's in Music Performance, Stetson University